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  • Jul 27, 2010
a B rated movie that was good enough to spawn a spoof lol. its cheezy corney and funny i love it.
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Picking up where NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD left off, and still offering no explanation of why the dead are walking the earth, DAWN OF THE DEAD plunges headlong into one of the most violent and original horror films ever made. After securing an apartment building overcome with flesh-eating zombies, two Philadelphia area SWAT team members, Peter (Ken Foree) and Roger (Scott Reiniger), flee to a television station, where they escape in the station's helicopter with Francine (Gaylen Ross) and Stephen (David Emge), two station employees. Seeking refuge from the zombies and the ensuing hysteria, they land on top of a Pittsburgh area shopping mall, despite the fact that the undead seem to be flocking there. What begins as a stop for supplies becomes a longer stay as the four become embroiled in a futile war within the mall to keep their flesh to themselves and remain alive. <br> <br> The film's relentlessly disturbing and innovative gore effects are one reason to see DAWN OF THE DEAD, but those who can stomach...
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Cast: David Early
Director: George Romero
Genre: Horror
Release Date: 1978
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Screen Writer: George A. Romero
DVD Release Date: Anchor Bay Entertainment (April 27, 1999)
Runtime: 2hr 10min
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