Night of the Living Dead (1990)
|It's a ned dawn for terror when the dead come back to feast on the living in this contemporary version of the horror classic. Special features: full screen and widescreen versions, subtitles: english, spanish, portugese, chinese, korean, thai, director's commentary, talent files, theatrical trailers and more.|
Editor's NoteSeven people are trapped in an isolated farmhouse and living an unspeakable nightmare. Cannibalistic zombies have been awakened from the dead and are on a relentless killing and eating binge. Re-make of the 1968 George Romero classic.
Cast & Crew
|Frank Prinzi - Director of Photography|
|George A. Romero - Screenwriter|
|Tom Savini - Director|
Plot SummaryA high-tech, color remake of the 1968 black-and-white low-budget horror classic about corpses that come back to life as flesh-eating zombies and terrorize the Pennsylvania countryside. Following the original plot almost to the letter (with a few surprises thrown in), the film opens in a rural cemetery where the heroine Barbara and her brother are visiting the grave of their mother. The brother is killed by one of the zombies and Barbara seeks refuge in a farmhouse with six other survivors. While desperately trying to barricade the house against the zombies, the seven people inside fight among themselves, undermining their attempts to fend off the slow-moving, but relentless army of ghouls.