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Eric Brainard over 1 year ago
Romero's classic remade with a bigger budget. The start of the modern zombie genre.
Henke 6 years ago
A remake thats actually good
Daniel Jones over 7 years ago
One of the rare examples of a good remake.
Filipe Vieira over 7 years ago
Good movie!
JustinMFnTime over 1 year ago
Flo HM 2 years ago
Robert Stuart 4 years ago
John Caley 4 years ago
Matthew Bettencourt over 4 years ago
Emma Fitzgerald over 4 years ago
Sean Funk over 5 years ago
Mark Henry over 6 years ago
Brack King over 6 years ago
Alex Stone almost 7 years ago
João Santos almost 7 years ago
Jordan Bel almost 7 years ago
Andrew Hill 7 years ago
Ed Wong over 7 years ago
Night of the Living Dead is a 1990 American remake of George A. Romero's 1968 horror film of the same name and was directed by Tom Savini. Romero rewrote the original 1968 screenplay co-authored by John A. Russo. Another remake would follow in 2006, titled Night of the Living Dead 3-D; however, none of the original cast or crew was involved with the production. The film begins with siblings Johnny (Bill Moseley) and Barbara (Patricia Tallman) visiting their mother's grave in a remote, rural cemetery. During their visit, Barbara is attacked by a zombie. Her brother comes to her defense, but is killed in the struggle. Barbara flees the cemetery and discovers what at first seems to be an abandoned farmhouse. She is joined there shortly after by Ben (Tony Todd) and the two clear the house of zombies and begin the process of barricading the doors and windows. They discover other survivors are already hiding in the cellar of the house: Harry Cooper (Tom Towles), his wife Helen (McKee...
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