Director: George Romero
The dead shall inherit the earth.
Partially rewritten after 9/11, Land of the Dead is the only film of the ‘Dead' series produced by a major studio.
While the rich and powerful live in a fortified golden tower, all around them the zombies (“my blue collar monsters,” Romero calls them) walk the earth in the seemingly endless night. They are as hungry as ever but a little less aimless, less docile and less hapless than before…
Romero went back to Hollywood, scored a mainstream coup - and delivered a revolution. Dennis Hooper appears as a Bush/Cheney clone and a very undead Asia Argento joins the cast of her father's old friend.
Any truly international film festival would welcome the inclusion of an Irish zombie movie, and MIFF has. [Dead Meat] represents yet another accomplished entry in the list of films such as [28 Days L… More »
“I made bad taste one percent more respectable and that was what I was put on this earth to do.” - John Waters Before VCRs were readily available, midnight movies were the holy grail of ravenous … More »
Real zombies move slow. ... Taking a shot at Zack Snider's accelerated version of the living dead, Romero returns for the fifth time to his own franchise with a trip back to the future. A film full o… More »
“Together with Psycho, this is the movie that extracted horror cinema from its mortal embrace with Gothic romanticism.” - John Carpenter ... Inspired by Richard Matheson's classic novel I Am Lege… More »
USA, Italy, 1978
"Dawn of the Dead is one of the best horror films ever made - and, as an inescapable result, one of the most horrifying." - Chicago Sun-Times ... The second instalment in George A. Romero's ‘Dead' … More »