With its pallid execution and rudimentary story, Navy SEALS vs. Zombies is a highly unremarkable film indeed.
Talking the effectiveness of aural terror with award-winning sound designer and composer Alan Howarth.
Successfully posits the film as one of the most influential titles in horror cinema history.
Fascinating reading, further highlighting how groundbreaking Mario Bava’s film was.
A well-written, well-paced screenplay gradually builds tension and intrigue, ensuring the viewer is riveted throughout.
With their ingenious recreations of radio productions from a bygone era, the troupe afford us a glimpse into the past.