The third chapter in the saga that director George Romero started in 1968 with NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD moves the story further along the timeline of the zombie apocalypse to a time when survivors are few and far between. At an underground Florida research station, Dr. Logan (Richard Liberty) conducts grotesque experiments on captured zombies to search for a way that the living and the living dead can cohabitate. Begrudgingly sharing the facility with the doctor is military man Rhodes (Joe Pilato) and his underlings. Scientist Sarah (Lori Cardille) and her fellow survivors seek refuge at the compound just in time to see a clash between Logan and Rhodes reach a critical turning point.
DAY OF THE DEAD stands as the most controversial film in the series. While some feel that its confined, talky nature prevents it from achieving the constant white-knuckle thrills of the previous two films, others admire its strides toward figuring out what drives the zombies. Regardless, the third act features the most extreme and well-executed special effects in the series, with several gory sequences that will leave an undeniable impression on those who witness them.
Movie PictureAccording to Variety, Avi Lerner's Millennium Films, Taurus Entertainment and Emmett/Furla Films are mounting a remake of George A. Romero's 1985 Day of the Dead, which will be financed and distributed through Millennium.
The original pic was set in a world overrun by pesky zombies bent on extracting a group of scientists and military personnel who have holed up in an underground bunker. It was a sequel to Romero's 1968 Night of the Living Dead and 1978 Dawn of the Dead.Read More
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Movie PictureDay Of The Dead: Anchor Bay Entertainment will be releasing the much anticipated and sought after Day of the Dead. Day of the Dead keeps with the biting political and social commentaries that made the first two films classics of the zombie genre.
The two-disc set will hit stores on August 19, and the features are a plenty. Disc one will include two commentary tracks, on with filmmaker Roger Avery, while the other includes George Romero, Tom Savini, Lori Cardille and production designer Cletus Anderson.Read More