88 Films Release Italian Horror/Thriller – All Deceased Except the Dead Blu-ray

All Deceased Except the Dead is a 1977 Italian horror, thriller comedy directed by Pupi Avati.

I have to admit I’m not familiar with this film so can’t really recommend it.

Thankfully 88 Films is bringing All Deceased Except the Dead out on blu-ray this September 2022 in the UK so we can all make up our own minds.

All Deceased Except the Dead Blu-ray

Sadly there’s no mention of any restoration work but 88 Films do claim this release to be a “Brand New 2K transfer from the Original Negatives”.

The extras includes plenty of interviews, a reversible sleeve and a booklet.

All Deceased Except the Dead Bluray


  • Region: A, B, C
  • Video: 1080p High Definition
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Audio: Original Italian LPCM 2.0 Soundtrack
  • Newly Translated English Subtitles
  • Running Time: 104 mins approx
  • Rating: 15


  • Audio Commentary with Film Journalists Troy Howarth, Nathaniel Thompson & Italian Cinema Expert Eugenio Ercolani
  • Among the Dead – An Interview with Pupi Avati
  • The Avati Factory – An Interview with Antonio Avati
  • The Eyes of Horror – An Interview with Giulio Pizzirani
  • When Bob Met Pupi – An Interview with Steno Tonelli
  • Reversible Sleeve
  • Gloss Slipcase Featuring New Artwork By Rich Davies (First Pressing)
  • Booklet (First Pressing)

You can pre-order it now from Amazon for £14.99 (Prices correct as of 06.09.22).

Alternatively you can purchase directly from 88 Films website also for £14.99

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The blu-ray releases on 12th September 2022 in the UK.

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