The Ghost Galleon

The Ghost Galleon

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The Ghost Galleon (El Buque maldito) (1974) is a Spanish horror film written and directed by Amando de Ossorio and starring Jack Taylor. It is also known as Horror of the Zombies, a title frequently found on public domain DVD copies.


The film focuses on a boatload of stranded swimsuit models who discover a mysterious ghost ship. But this phantom galleon carries the coffins of the satanic Templar, eyeless zombies who hunt humans by sound. Even if these frightened lovelies can survive their own forbidden desires, will they escape the insatiable hunger of the Blind Dead?



The film is the third in Ossorio's Blind Dead series and, being set aboard a ship, is the only film in the series to not feature the Templars' trademark undead horses.

The movie (as its sequel Night of the seagulls) also inspired the English doom metal band Cathedral, which included a song called "La noche del buque maldito" (Aka "Ghost ship of the blind dead") on their last album, The guessing game (Nuclear blast, 2010).

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