|Directed by:||Lucio Fulci|
|Written by:||Claudio Fragasso|
|Produced by:||Franco Gaudenzi|
|Music by:||Stefano Mainetti|
|Edited by:||Alberto Moriani|
|Distributed by:||Flora Film|
|Released:||July 29th, 1988|
|Running time:||95 min.|
|Language:||Italian (English dubbed)|
|Previous:||Zombi 2 (1979)|
Zombi 3 is a 1988 Italian horror film directed by Lucio Fulci. It is a sequel to Fulci's iconic 1979 film Zombi 2 and premiered in Italy on July 29th, 1988. Like many Italian movies shot for the international market, most of the cast delivered their lines in English and were then re-dubbed for the US release anyway. Only a few members of the cast actually spoke Italian.
Cast[edit | edit source]
|Alan Collins||Plant director|
|Mike Monty||General Morton|
|Roberto Dell'Acqua||Zombie on footbridge|
|Claudio Fragasso||Soldier at crematorum|
|Robert Marius||Doctor Holder|
|Bruno Mattei||Soldier at crematorum|
Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Despite the title of the movie, Zombi 3 is actually the second film in the series, not the third.
- Claudio Fragasso and Bruno Mattei are uncredited for their work as co-directors in this film.
- Rossella Drudi is uncredited as co-writer for this film.
- Bruno Mattei also worked on the editing of this film, but was uncredited in this capacity.
- Ottaviano Dell'Acqua, who is credited as Richard Raymond in this film is also known for his portrayal of the worm-ridden "Fulci zombie" from Zombi 2.
- The scenes with Luciano Pigozzi (credited as Alex Collins) were deleted from the final cut of this film.
- Claudio Fragasso and Bruno Mattei both make cameo appearances as soldiers in this film.
- Actor Deran Sarafian will later go on to become a producer and director on episodes of Hemlock Grove.