Return of the Living Dead (1985)
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|Just when you thought is was safe to go back to the cemetery...those brain-eating zombies are back and hungry for more tasty mortals. A fiendish mix of outrageous humor and heart-stopping terror, The Return Of The Living Dead is "a veritable smorgasbord of fun" (L.A. Herald Examiner) filled with skin-crawling jolts, eye-popping visuals and relentless surprises! On his first day on the job at an army surplus store, poor Freddy unwittingly releases nerve gas from a secret U.S. military canister, unleashing an unbelievable horror. The gas re-animates an army of corpses, who arise from their graves with a ravenous hunger...for human brains! And luckily for those carnivorous cadavers, there is a group of partying teens nearby, just waiting to be eaten!|
"Ferocious! All-American zombie horror. L.A. Herald Examiner
Editor's NoteDo you wanna party? The freshly risen undead certainly do in this horror-comedy that finds two employees of a medical supply company unwittingly releasing several zombies from cylinders in which they have been trapped for many years. The nasty brain-eating creatures are as hungry as ever, and eager to make up for lost time. Soon, the local citizenry is forced to deal with a large-scale zombie epidemic. The writer of ALIEN helmed this punk/horror pastiche.
Cast & Crew
|Dan O'Bannon - Director|
|Jules Brenner - Director of Photography|
|Robert Gordon - Editor|
|Derek Gibson - Executive Producer|
|John Daly - Executive Producer|
|Matt Clifford - Musical Score|
|Tom Fox - Producer|
|William Stout - Production Designer|
|Rudy Ricci, et al. - Story By|
|Dan O'Bannon - Writer|
Plot SummaryA blood-filled spoof of zombie flicks, which fans of George Romero will especially enjoy (and you know who you are). The rotting cadavers of a graveyard are resurrected by a deadly, gaseous emission. Unfortunately, the gruesome ghoulies just love to dine upon human brains, to the "grave" displeasure of the nearby townsfolk. How will the citizens rid themselves of their gore-lovin', gut-munchin' visitors?