Cemetery Man is a 1994 Italian-French-German comedy horror film directed by Michele Soavi and starring Rupert Everett, Francois Hadji-Lazaro and Anna Falchi. It was written by Gianni Romoli and based on the 1991 novel by Tiziano Sclavi. Sclavi is also the author of the comic Dylan Dog, which covers similar themes and whose protagonist is a Rupert Everett lookalike. The film's story concerns the beleaguered caretaker of a small Italian cemetery, who searches for love while defending himself from dead people who keep rising again. Bloody Disgusting rated it 5/5 stars and called it "one of the greatest cult films of the last twenty years". Director Martin Scorsese called Dellamorte Dellamore one of the best Italian films of the 1990s.