Revenge of the Living Dead Girls was released on Blu-ray by Severin Films on Black Friday 29th November 2019; limited to just 2,000 units.
- Revisiting the Revenge – Interview with Special Effects Artist Benoit Lestang and Writer Jean-Claude Roy
- The Revenge – Interview with Director Pierre B. Reinhard
- Inside Studio Lestang – Interview with Special Effects Artist Benoit Lestang
- Theatrical Trailer
- Bonus CD Soundtrack
Here’s our previous coverage of the film:
Revenge of the Living Dead Girls aka The Living Dead is a 1987 French supernatural horror feature film directed by Pierre B. Reinhard from a screenplay by producer Jean-Claude Roy.
The movie stars Véronique Catanzaro, Kathryn Charly, Sylvie Novak, Anthea Wyler, Laurence Mercier, Patrick Guillemin, Gabor Rassov, Christina Schmidt and Cornélia Wilms.
Originally titled La revanche des mortes vivantes and apparently shot in 1986, it was released in France on 16 September 1987.
In France, the CEO of a chemical company looks to cheaply dispose of their plant’s chemical waste. He and his secretary come up with the idea to dump it illegally. When the secretary contaminates a milk tanker, it causes several deaths in the town.
The toxic waste, dumped in a nearby graveyard, then causes the recently dead townspeople to rise as ravenous zombies, who seek revenge on the unscrupulous company and its employees…
Reviews [click links to read more]:
“In the end, the utter nonsense of the whole affair undermines Reinhard’s “Give a hoot, don’t pollute” message and the general sleaziness undermines the female empowerment angle of lady zombies (and Bridget) beating up the boys. What you have is some nakedness, some blood and some terrible dubbing.” Portland Mercury
” … impossible-to-follow-even-if-we-cared plot involving chemical dumping, corporate blackmail, and enough fornication to make a soap opera roll its eyes; everyone seems to be involved with everyone else’s partners. As toxic chemicals seep into the graves of the dead girls, they rise and exact their revenge on those who are responsible – just as the title advertises! See zombie girls rise from the grave looking like cheap knockoffs from Thriller.” IGN
” … for fans of bad trash cinema, this one is worth a look. Despite some slow spots it offers enough ineptitude, gore and completely unnecessary nudity to satisfy the wants of most exploitation fans and the unintentional hilarity scattered throughout give it a fair amount of entertainment value if you have a tolerance for bad movies.” DVD Talk
” … numerous dull boardroom scenes and typically gratuitous nude scenes featuring the majority of the female cast. Almost everything about this production is inept, thanks to director Pierre B. Reinhard … Gives milk a bad name.” Glenn Kay, Zombie Movies: The Ultimate Guide
Watch trailer on YouTube