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"Do ya wanna party?" challenges the soundtrack to this freaky and funny reworking of George Romero's Night of the Living Dead. Paced to the beat of a pounding rock score, this comic flesh feast delivers both laughs and outlandish gore. No longer lumbering, moaning creatures, these lithe, feral, and cunning undead claw their way out of the cemetery and into the skulls of a human smorgasbord. They even master the art of home delivery: "Send more cops," croaks a corpse into a patrol car radio. Director Dan O'Bannon even takes pains to explain their motivation between the tributes to the granddaddy of zombie horrors ("Well, it worked in the movie!" screams James Karen when a pickax to the skull hardly phases a lively cadaver). Not that it really matters amid the gore and gallows humor, but it does add a kick to the cynically sinister climax. --Sean Axmaker --This text refers to an alternate DVD edition.
Simply one of the best, most fun Zombie films of all time. New zombie flicks don't know how much they owe to ROTLD. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Otisburg
This movie is what I call a blast from the past. I consider at a comedy-horror. In my opinion a classic from the 80's.Published 19 months ago by dion wagner
CAN SOME ONE PLEASE TELL ME IF THIS IS A SEQUEL TO ALL THREE OF ROMEROS'S ZOMBIE FLICKS OR JUST NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD.
I LIKE THE FILM IT IS A FUN HORROR FLICK .I LIKE IT !
This is eaisly the most stupid horror movie ever, but if you like comedies then you will laugh your head off. Read morePublished on July 28 2004
zombie stories and movies are so versatile ( when done right) and this movie is proof that zombie movies aren't only dark and scary but fun and humorous also. Read morePublished on June 17 2004 by B. Fitzgerald