NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD

There had been ghosts and witches, German expressionism and giant apes, mutated grasshoppers and mad scientists and mysterious murderers. And then, then came Night of the Living Dead! Even though the word zombie is never mentioned in the film, that was the moment when the undead awoke for real and invaded modern horror cinema.

With a tiny budget and little equipment, George A. Romero created his feature debut, the result being equal parts his breakthrough, a middle finger to all phoney moralists and a heavily critisised success. When Barbara and her brother visit the remote cemetary where their father is resting, they soon notice that something is wrong. Very wrong. Those who were once dead and buried are now walking the earth, and they’re hungry. Very, very hungry.

Night of the Living Dead is a fenomenal film historical blood stain that time hasn’t managed to wash out. For all the beloved undeads’ sake, don’t miss this chance to see it on the big screen with Romero himself just a scream away!

Afsaneh Larsson

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  1. SNy says:

    Filmkopia?

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