Night of the Living Dead

Night of the Living Dead
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Roger

Shower time

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Winnie

Is it just me or there is dark humour in it? Finally I got why people keep calling it a classic and an iconic horror movie.

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Lauren

This film is such an important piece of horror history. What Romero was able accomplish with the resources and budget they had is amazing. Duane Jones is fantastic and the ending is brutal.

"They're coming to get you Barbara!"

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Clyde

I just realized daringer used this movie for so many samples... this is an amazing film.

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Pete

Great fun!

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BOBBY

The original classic. The only "Dead" you need.

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Sarah

An milestone film that was essential in developing staples within the horror genre. Night of the Living Dead does what all great horror films should seek to; entertain its audience and offer some insight into the society under which it was made.

As an aside, Duane Jones is perhaps one ...Read more

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Ethan

One of the best! Way ahead of its time in so many ways.

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