The film was released under numerous titles as it was distributed around the world as Let Sleeping
One thing I really appreciate about the film is, like Fulci's Gates Of Hell trilogy or Michele Soavi's Dellamorte Dellamore, it's a smaller, more localized story, rather than a big world wide event. That's where my zombie fatigue kicks in. We've seen so many Romero knock offs for the last two decades it's refreshing to watch smaller stories. And like NOTLD, Manchester Morgue is able to take a b-movie concept and elevate it to a smart, highly watchable film. The latest available edition is from Blue Underground and it looks incredible.