Count Down to Halloween Day 9 Dawn Of The Dead
Dawn Of The Dead
1978 | Color | 126 Minutes | 1.85:1 | R | Horror | Stereo | Laurel Group
Director: George A. Romero
Writer: George A. Romero
Scott H. Reiniger
In 1968, George Romero brought us "Night of the Living Dead." It became the classic horror film of its time. Now, George Romero brings us the most intensely shocking motion picture experience for all time.
The movie that influenced many with its solid story strong cast and so of the best Zombies ever! Filming at the Monroeville Mall took place during the winter of 1977-78, with a three-week reprieve during the Christmas shopping season (during which other footage, e.g. the TV studio, was shot). Filming at the mall began around 10 p.m., shortly after the mall closed, and finished at 6 a.m. The mall didn't open until 9, but at 6 the Muzak came on and no one knew how to turn it off.
This is a must see during the Halloween season. For most Romero fans this is the best of the series and at conventions every where is widely talked about.
|4 Bloody Brains out of 5!|
Dr. Rausch "These creatures cannot be considered human. They prey on humans. The attack and they feed only on warm human flesh. Intelligence? Seemingly little or no reasoning ability but basic skills remain a more...remembered behavior of ah....normal life. There are reports of these creatures using tools. But even these actions are the most primitive: the use of tools as bludgeons and so forth. I might point out that even animals will adopt to use of tools in this manner. These creatures are nothing but pure, motorized instinct. We must not be lulled by the concept that these are our family members or our friends. They are not"