After the 2005 slay ride "Land of the Dead", and the 2007 cheesefest "Diary of the Dead", I didn't know if Romero had anything left in the tank. With movies under his belt like his 1978 masterpiece "Dawn of the Dead", watching "Diary" was almost like watching "The Blair Witch Project", but with less action. Then, along comes "Survival of the Dead", which is his best zombie movie since Dawn. Those pesky monsters from Diary are back, and no I'm not talking about the zombies. I'm talking about the military personnel that held up the van full of those students that eventually all ended up dying. There is a family sqabble on Plum Island, which is just off Delaware. It seems the Muldoons and the O'Flynn's can't just get along. Along come the zombies, and you can just imagine what happens next. It is George Romero, after all.