WHITE ZOMBIE - SPECIAL EDITION (Blu-ray) [BD-R] 
The woman he loves is engaged to someone else, so he turns to a witch doctor to win her heart, but instead she becomes a zombie slave.
MPAA Rating: NR
The Halperin brothers made White Zombie (1932) for just $50,000 — $1,000 of which went to star Bela Lugosi. Using standing sets on the Universal lot (from Frankenstein and Dracula, among others) and the studio’s makeup maestro Jack Pierce, they fashioned an atmospheric, perverse, oddly poetic horror film in a mere 11 days.
Lugosi plays zombie master Murder Legendre in what is surely one of the most visually-interesting horror films ever made. Dialogue is kept to a minimum, and cinematographer Arthur Martinelli employs camera tricks with obvious relish — White Zombie doesn’t tell us a story when it can show us one.
It’s said that Bela Lugosi was especially fond of his work on White Zombie. It’s easy to see why. – Toby Roan
- 2014 Audio Commentary by Author Gary Don Rhodes
- White Zombie Theatrical Reissue Trailer
- Bonus "Dracula" (1931) Trailer
- Photo and Poster Gallery
Region All Regions
Audio PCM 2.0 Mono
Aspect Ratio 1.37:1 / 16x9
Subtitles English Subtitles