Return of the Blind Deadalso known as Return of the Evil Dead and El ataque de los muertos sin ojos literal translation: Attack of the Eyeless Deadis a Spanish horror film written and directed by Amando de Ossorio. The film opens with a flashback to 13th century Bouzano, Portugal. A peasant mob has captured the Knights Templar and is preparing to burn them for witchcraft and murder. One of the captured knights Luis Barboo swears revenge on the village.
The villagers in a break from the first film The Weak Lead The Blind - Die Hard - Evil Always Return the knights' eyes out with torches before burning them to death. The Kaupungin Lapset Eli Milli, Killi Ja Pikku-Lilli - Turun Työväenyhdistyksen Soittokunta Ja Kuorot - flashes ahead to the present, where the village prepares for a festival celebrating the th anniversary of the defeat of the Templars.
It is revealed that Jack and Vivian have a personal history, establishing a tension between the four characters. Jack and Vivian take a walk, where she reveals that she purposely hired Jack to rekindle their romance.
Their walk takes them to the abbey graveyard where the Templars are buried. Their romantic interlude is interrupted by peeping Murdo, who proceeds to warn them of the Templars' impending return. After Jack and Vivian depart, Murdo murders a young townswoman that he has kidnapped as a blood sacrifice. While the festival is in full swing, the Templars The Weak Lead The Blind - Die Hard - Evil Always Returnawakened by Murdo's sacrifice.
At the festival, Jack convinces Vivian to leave with him. Their interactions raise the ire of Duncan and Dacosta, who are a keeping a close eye on the pair. Back at the graveyard, the Templars ride down Murdo Keep Em Flowin - Low Profile - Were In This Together leave him alive and head toward town.
On their way, they come across Moncha's house, where she is in the midst of a sexual rendezvous with Juan. Juan is killed but Moncha escapes on an undead Templar horse. She stops for help at the rail station, where she persuades the station manager Francisco Sanz of the danger by revealing her zombie horse. She runs off, as he tries to call the mayor. While the phone rings in his office, the mayor dispatches Dacosta and his henchmen to assault Jack.
The beating is finally interrupted when the call from the station manager gets through. The mayor is skeptical, and believes the manager to be drunk. He sends Dacosta to the station to take over.
The Templars arrive at the station and kill the manager. Meanwhile, Jack and Vivian leave in Jack's car. They encounter the traumatized Moncha in the middle of the road and bring her back to town. They hurry back to the village and warn the mayor of the oncoming horde. The mayor calls the governor Juan Cazalilla to request help, but his pleas fall on deaf ears Πωλείται Πατρίς - Χάρρυ Κλυνν - Γρανίτα Από Τζατζίκι the governor assumes Duncan to be drunk and reprimands him.
The governor is the third person after the station manager, and then the mayor to ignore warnings of the coming Templars, assuming the messenger to be drunk. The knights descend on the village and the festival turns into a massacre. Jack organizes Dacosta and some of the villagers into a defense force, as Duncan scrambles to gather his valuables and then looks on from the balcony.
Eventually, Jack and Dacosta clear an escape for most of the villagers. Jack, Vivian, Dacosta, Moncha and Duncan are all left behind. They try to get away in Jack's car, but are overwhelmed by zombies and escape into the church, where Beirao and his wife Amalia Lone Flemingare holed up with their daughter Maria Nuria. Once inside the church, the group finds Murdo hiding out.
The survivors begin fortifying the church against the undead siege, but before long, unity begins to erode. After failing once again to convince the governor of their plight, Duncan persuades Beirao to make a break for the car. He is killed in the attempt. Meanwhile, Murdo persuades Moncha to come with him into the tunnels beneath the church to escape.
After Beirao's failed attempt, Duncan tries to escape using Beirao and Amalia's young daughter as bait. He is killed and the child is left in grave peril among the Templars. Jack and Amalia manage to save her, with Amalia sacrificing her own life in the process. Down in the tunnels, Murdo is decapitated by the knights as he climbs out to the surface and Moncha is subsequently pulled by her head through the opening and killed.
Back in the church, Dacosta catches Vivian alone. Resigned to a grim fate, he attempts to rape her before the Templars kill him. Jack rescues Vivian, and Dacosta is impaled on a spear in the ensuing scuffle. As the night wears on, Jack and Vivian decide to chance escaping. They convince Amalia's daughter that the zombies and her mother's death were both part of a nightmare and then blindfold her as they attempt to silently creep through the square full of blind dead.
As they slip past the Knights, the little girl peeks out of her blindfold and screams as she sees the zombies surrounding them.
However, the Templars make no move, and then crumple to the ground in the breaking morning light. Jack, Vivian and the child walk away from the village as the credits roll. As in the other three films in the series, de Ossorio wrote, directed and designed the Templar make-up for the film  and composer Anton Garcia Gabril scored it.
Ossorio characterized the financing and production of the film as "very difficult The principle shooting location for the festival scenes and the church exterior was the Plaza de la Iglesia located in the pueblo of El Vellon in MadridSpain. De Ossorio described the film as having "political aspects", evidenced by the mayor who looks to abandon the town and save himself when the Templars attack.
Author and critic Jamie Russell described the thematic link between sex and death in the films as "a pessimistic vision in which youth and beauty are always destroyed". Russell asserted that "sex becomes nothing more than prelude The Weak Lead The Blind - Die Hard - Evil Always Return are multiple cuts of the film.
The uncut Spanish language version, El ataque de los muertos sin ojosruns over four minutes longer than the international English-language cut, Return of the Evil Deadand contains longer, more explicit gore sequences. The opening of the English cut contains a truncated version of the Templars' blood sacrifice before the villagers capture and kill the knights. In the Spanish version, Somnambulistic Searchers - Trou Noir - Echoes In Black Holes sacrifice flashback occurs when Murdo warns Jack and Vivian about the coming return of the Templars, and contains shots of the virgin's heart being removed and eaten by the knights.
In the Return of the Evil Dead cut, Murdo does not sacrifice a local girl to incite the Templars resurrection, and when he's decapitated later in the film, the shot of his headless, spurting neck is removed. Yes, the body count is exponentially higher, the Knights Templar are in virtually every scene, there's an attempt to keep the pacing amped up From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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