First George Romero gave us Night of the Livening Dead, which became the corner stone for an entire genera of horror films and gave birth to one of the most well known and recognized movie monsters in history, the zombie. Then, in 1978 he its sequel, Dawn of the Dead, took the zombie film to a new level of horror and popularity. Full of satire and grotesque humor Dawn of the Dead became the inspiration for many a zombie film to follow and threw Romero into the spotlight … more
Day of the Dead is the third film in the "Dead" series. For awhile this was going to be the last chapter until recent events have changed the mind of the series creator George A. Romero. Whilst it was going to be a huge budgeted venture for Romero and Laurel Films, a small budget and a few extras limited the scope of the director's vision for this film. But like all good film makers he made do with what he had around him and made a dreary and depressing film. … more
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