Although I'd never seen this movie before, it's been on my radar for a while. At the video store my family used to go to when I was a kid, there was a VHS copy of this in one corner of the store with the same cover as in the picture above. I was terrified even to walk past it.
It wasn't as frightening as I used to fear, but it was a great movie to end my block of zombie flicks on. Now that I've seen two of Fulci's films, the thing I notice is that he's not necessarily gorier than other directors, but he's very inventive with the gore he does use. There's a scene where multiple zombies are resurrecting out of a graveyard, and it's just fantastically done. Also, the final shot of the movie is one of the most well-known in zombie movies, with a horde of them shuffling across the Brooklyn Bridge into Manhattan. My favorite thing, though, was that this movie really played up the voodoo angle as a part of the zombie plague, complete with pounding jungle drums.
I give this one four sharks out of five.