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3.7 out of 5 stars

on 1 November 2012

A National Emergency grips the US as the zombie population grows at an alarming rate. Two S.W.A.T. officers, a helicopter pilot and his girlfriend escape the city and take refuge in an abandoned shopping mall after securing it following a series of flesh-shredding confrontations with the undead. Their survival is threatended when a band of looters leave a door open allowing the zombies access to the mall and a final stand-off for survival must play out.

having only seen the Director`s Cut previously I am assuming this is the theatrical version, this movie is a true epic in the horror genre and although over 2-hours long moves at a brisk pace. as with most Arrow releases the picture has been cleaned up nicely with the audio crisp and clear. The only thing is the lack of extras A behind the scenes documentary or making of would have been good, but you do get an For Every Night there`s a Dawn collector`s booklet and 2 audio commentaries that is pretty cool. Overall classic movie that should be seen at least once.

Running Time: 122 mins
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (Widescreen)
Extra`s include collector`s booklet
Reversible sleeve of original artwork
2 audio commentaries including George Romero, Tom Savini
Audio 5.1 / 2.0 Stereo / 1.0 Mono
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on 23 October 2016
excllent value the uncut film thankyou amozon great movie i love this 10 out 10 simon
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on 1 August 2016
nothing of any worth for me I'm afraid,
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on 16 November 2014
Classic film. Years ago in the days when so many horror films where tame, George A Romero made "Night Of The Living Dead"; low budget but ground breaking. Making a decent sequel to any film is difficult, and on average the failures far outnumber the successes. But Romero drafted a good script, which was then converted into a well acted film. If you watch Dawn Of The Dead today it may look a little dated, so remember it was created in the 1970's. Since then there have been countless remakes of this theme nearly all of which can be traced back to these two ground breaking classics. Sadly, Romero went to make a few more sequels which in truth have so far failed to take the concept much further (2014). In summary, if you have not seen Dawn Of The Dead, and you want to see the inspiration for the endless rehashes of this theme, do watch this film, its a classic.
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on 24 October 2004
this is top notch film remake of a classsic. definatly one to watch if you love zombies. this is wicked and a sure scare to for you and your girl to watch together.
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on 15 November 2011
There's really nothing new that can be said about this incredible film. It is truly one of the greatest masterpieces in cinema, let alone the zombie genre. You can't call yourself a horror fan if you've never seen this.

The Arrowdrome DVD itself, though not nearly as great as Arrow Video's, is superb with a detailed booklet, reversible artwork and plenty of great features too.

If you haven't got this film already - what's wrong with you?!
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