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Nightmare City Is The First “Fast Zombie” Movie (Before 28 Days Later)

In fact, Lenzi himself would bristle when people, including Quentin Tarantino, would describe Nightmare City’s ghouls as zombies. The film is said to have been an inspiration on Robert Rodriguez’s Planet Terror segment from Grindhouse, which also features fast-moving zombies who attack with guns and other weapons. Nightmare City suffers from a lack of story, fleshed out characters and a strange lack of overt gore – aside from a few nasty moments – but its relentless pacing and wild energy have seen it attain a cult following, with horror director Eli Roth proclaiming himself a major fan on Arrow’s Blu-ray release.

Nightmare City often gets lost in the conversation around fast zombies, and it doesn’t hold up nearly as well compared to movies like 28 Days Later. That said, as a wild, scrappy b-movie from a golden age of Italian horror cinema, it’s a fun ride while it lasts and deserves credit for giving fast zombies their first race.


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Nightmare City Is The First “Fast Zombie” Movie (Before 28 Days Later)

In fact, Lenzi himself would bristle when people, including Quentin Tarantino, would describe Nightmare City’s ghouls as zombies. The film is said to have been an inspiration on Robert Rodriguez’s Planet Terror segment from Grindhouse, which also features fast-moving zombies who attack with guns and other weapons. Nightmare City suffers from a lack of story, fleshed out characters and a strange lack of overt gore – aside from a few nasty moments – but its relentless pacing and wild energy have seen it attain a cult following, with horror director Eli Roth proclaiming himself a major fan on Arrow’s Blu-ray release.
Nightmare City often gets lost in the conversation around fast zombies, and it doesn’t hold up nearly as well compared to movies like 28 Days Later. That said, as a wild, scrappy b-movie from a golden age of Italian horror cinema, it’s a fun ride while it lasts and deserves credit for giving fast zombies their first race.

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Nightmare City Is The First “Fast Zombie” Movie (Before 28 Days Later)

In fact, Lenzi himself would bristle when people, including Quentin Tarantino, would describe Nightmare City’s ghouls as zombies. The film is said to have been an inspiration on Robert Rodriguez’s Planet Terror segment from Grindhouse, which also features fast-moving zombies who attack with guns and other weapons. Nightmare City suffers from a lack of story, fleshed out characters and a strange lack of overt gore – aside from a few nasty moments – but its relentless pacing and wild energy have seen it attain a cult following, with horror director Eli Roth proclaiming himself a major fan on Arrow’s Blu-ray release.
Nightmare City often gets lost in the conversation around fast zombies, and it doesn’t hold up nearly as well compared to movies like 28 Days Later. That said, as a wild, scrappy b-movie from a golden age of Italian horror cinema, it’s a fun ride while it lasts and deserves credit for giving fast zombies their first race.

#Nightmare #City #Fast #Zombie #Movie #Days


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