Official Selection: Most Racist Horror Film. Wow. Really didnt see it coming. The dialogue and acting that came out of this schlocky zombie flick feels like it was written by a Confederate in the 1800s. A navy recovery unit crashes on a mysterious island where a whacked out Nazi domesticates black zombie slaves to do his bidding. After doing some research, the film was supposed to have been a biting social commentary, portraying the white men as ignorant and allowing the black lead to take control and solve the mystery while injecting bits of urban influence into the dialogue and acting. Some 70yrs later, it hardly comes through, and appears to have quite the opposite effect, but had I known that was the initial concept going in, I may have interpreted the film differently. Regardless of intent though, as a horror film it is a slapsticky mess, so leave it to those writing theses on African-American influence in early Horror and pass.