Day of the Dead
Directed by George Romero
After a zombie apocalypse, scientists attempt to reverse the reanimation process and train zombies to abstain from eating people. But this being one of George Romero's films, the scientists and military enforcers at the underground lab facility soon wind up in deep trouble. As with his previous two zombie films, Romero inserts a commentary on the decade it was made - the '80s - connecting the walking dead to the homeless, the poor and people with AIDS. Controversial on its release, DOTD later found a group of champions who consider it one of Romero's best.
After a zombie apocalypse, scientists attempt to reverse the reanimation process.
Cast: Lori Cardille, Terry Alexander, Joseph Pilato, Sherman Howard
The first zombie movie I ever saw as a child in the 80's and I STILL LOVE IT!
My first Romero movie! Saw it 25 years ago when I was just a kid and still love it this day
Underrated, broad and impressive Romero with the best effects of his lot. And deeply, deeply oppressive. This was the last great zombie movie he would give us.
Special effects are great
One of the best