Night Of The Living Dead (30th Anniversary Edition) [DVD]
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George A. Romero's low-budget horror classic is supplemented by fifteen-minutes of freshly-shot footage and a new musical score in this 30th anniversary edition. However, despite these additions, the story remains largely the same: One quiet morning, Barbara (Judith O'Dea) and Johnny's (Russell Streiner) visit to their father's grave is interrupted when Johnny is killed by a flesh-eating stranger. Barbara escapes to a nearby farmhouse, meets up with a few other desperate individuals, and prepares to do battle with the zombies who gather outside.
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30 years ago in the quiet Pennsylvania countryside, the dead began to walk. Fuelled by an insatiable hunger for living human flesh, the ghouls' ghastly quest inadvertently brought together six strangers whose inability to unite would ultimately lead to their tragic downfall.
To celebrate its 30th anniversary, the cult classic NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD has been expanded and enhanced to bring you the best visual and audio version ever available.
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Top Customer Reviews
Also, the makers of this anniversary edition felt the need to update the soundtrack. The new electronic score is terrible and used far too often. There is now NO impact on the audience.
Get another version than this. If it would be printed I would swear in my frustration. Avoid like the plague.
I first saw "Night of the Living Dead" when I came home one afternoon and discovered that the Iowa City Public Library Channel on cable was showing the film. I have to admit, I was rather surprised that this cult classic horror film would be on at a time when kids could come home and discover it on television since one of the living dead is naked and the whole point is that they have risen from the dead to eat human flesh. All of this only goes to prove that "Night of the Living Dead" is a horror movie that is even scary in the daytime with all the lights on and the sun shining brightly through the window.
"The Night of the Living Dead" is a true classic horror film, which is rather surprising when you take into account that director George A. Romero made the film in 1968 for $114,000 without a cast of first time actors (extras who playing the zombies were paid $1 and a t-shirt that said "I was a zombie on Night of the Living Dead"). Filmed in black and white with Romero as the cinematographer, this film has a technical proficiency that is missing from other low-budget classics such as "Dementia 13" and "Carnival of Souls." You can take or leave the various sequels to this film, some of which definitely ahve their moments, but this one has to be on everyone's Top 10 list when it comes to horror films.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I would have to disagree with everyone here, the new version does work, I showed it to some one who had never seen the 68 version and they were impressed and did not realise that... Read morePublished on 29 Aug. 2003
I'll have to go against the grain here and say that this film is over-rated. I appreciate that it is a horror classic that spawned a hundred and one imitations and therefore you... Read morePublished on 26 Aug. 2002
"They're coming to get you Barbra." The lines whch scared the world out of it's wits with the most deadlest monsters in a movie ever zombies. Read morePublished on 27 Sept. 2001 by Paul Egan
When you think of night of the living dead you think about a horrific account of cannibalism, blood, gore etc. Read morePublished on 10 Feb. 2001
This is the original 1968 classic and is a great zombie movie. Unlike many other zombie movies, this is actually very scary and serious. Read morePublished on 18 Nov. 2000