Whenever someone "reimagines" a classic movie, I'm always a little skeptical. No one wants their favorite movie to get screwed up. So it was with some trepidation that I watched this film. But I was pleasantly surprised with the result. The heart and soul remained intact while the new angle made it fresh and energized.
The first few minutes are somewhat dizzying as a multitude of various animation styles whiz past you. After a short while, things settle down as the changes in the animation isn't so fast and furious, and the viewer is given more time to enjoy each style (and enjoy I did!). It was great fun to watch all of the different animation styles employed in this film. This is such a creative project, my mind was blown with how the artists used their styles to emphasize certain finer points of the film. Some of my favorites scenes were the sock puppets, the claymation, the Edvard Munch type of artwork, and other styles that are so crazy I don't know how to even describe them.
I was truly fascinated by this whole movie. I think that it is a labor of love and and a sincere tribute to the original "Night of the Living Dead". I would recommend this film to anyone who loves George Romero, zombie films, animation, or who would like to see a truly creative piece of work. All of the artists who contributed to this project should be commended and congratulated on this amazing achievement.