"Come out, Morgan..."
Disposing of the dead.
This Italian-American co-production is the first adaptation of Richard Matheson's classic novel, I AM LEGEND (1954), and much like later versions it really only takes what it needs from the source novel and lets the chips fall where they may. This version is closest to what Matheson's book was going for but it's still kind of a mediocre effort. The reason I bring it to your attention is for its very obvious stylistic influence upon George A. Romero's NIGHT OF THE LIVNG DEAD (1968). The scenes where the vampires besiege Morgan's residence play like a dry run of Romero's zombies converging on the abandoned house that NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD's ill-fated characters take refuge in. THE LAST MAN ON EARTH is worth a look for completists but it's not essential viewing.
Poster from the original theatrical release.