The "Blind Dead" are back! The Knights Templar, blinded and then killed by townsfolk 500 years ago for Black Magic offenses, continue to haunt the earth, showing up occasionally in Spain to kill some beautiful women. In this, the last entry in the series, they haunt a fishing village, rising from their graves for seven nights every seven years. At this point, the concept was seriously tired, although "Night of the Seagulls" does manage to deliver some nice atmosphere. See the first film in the series, "Tombs of the Blind Dead," and skip the rest, including this one.
Can"t agree with this review either. I think this is a fantastic 70's horror film with plenty of suspense and lurid atmosphere. Compared to return of the evil dead, night of the seagulls is lacking in graphic violence. But it is a definite improvement over the ghost galleon (horror of the zombies). Don't always believe what you read. Give this movie a chance and you won't be disappointed.
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