Goji wrote:Stay far, far away from the 2008 "remake" of DAY OF THE DEAD. It's supposed to be god awful.
Goji wrote:Proofpoochie wrote:Night of the Living Dead(original)
Dawn of the Dead(Original. The remake sucks.)
Shaun of the Dead
Day of The Dead(original)
This. (Though I personally don't care for SHAUN..can't stand British humor)
I'd also add
-Zombi 2 (aka ZOMBIE in the U.S., hands down, one of the best zombie films ever made)
-Return of the Living Dead ( funny as hell)
-The Living Dead At Manchester Morgue (A criminally underrated film)
-Zombi 3 (Silly Italian zombie flick, lots of fun)
-Hell of the Living Dead aka Night of the Zombies (So bad it's good. It has to be seen to be believed)
Stay far, far away from the 2008 "remake" of DAY OF THE DEAD. It's supposed to be god awful. Like Proof said, stick with the Romero classic from '85.
I'd avoid Romero's more recent zombie films unless you're already a big fan of his work. I personally really like SURVIVAL OF THE DEAD, and I enjoy LAND OF THE DEAD for what it is..though I don't know that I'd go as far to recommend them to people. LAND is especially bland, and SURVIVAL, being an indie zombie film, it may simply not appeal to some people. (Some of the acting can be cringe worthy).
DaikaijuSokogeki! wrote: I still like to believe he's still on hiatus after Land of the Dead...
Oh, and Hell of the Living Dead. It's not that scary, but it is one of the (unintentionally) funniest films I've seen.
Dr. Nishiyama wrote: I'm really glad I'm not the only one who enjoyed Survival of the Dead! I personally think it's a fun little zombie movie! Also enjoyed Land quite a bit, but i understand why some people wouldn't like it. I wonder just how much studio interference Romero had (running time, proper characterizations etc)
Proofpoochie wrote:I hated both Land of the Dead and Survival of the Dead but, I thought Diary of the Dead was at least entertaining despite the bad acting.
Hellspawn28 wrote: You think that after Land of the Dead, Romero would be a good or decent director again until Diary of the Dead (2008) came out. I watched Diary of the Dead on TV in October and I thought it was pretty bad. I hear Survival of the Dead (2009) isn't very good either.
Goji wrote:DaikaijuSokogeki! wrote: I still like to believe he's still on hiatus after Land of the Dead...
What does this mean exactly? That you pretend the two films he did after LAND just didn't happen..or something?
Goji wrote:-Zombi 3 (Silly Italian zombie flick, lots of fun)
Hellspawn28 wrote:Goji wrote:-Zombi 3 (Silly Italian zombie flick, lots of fun)
That was also known as Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror (1981) right? The Zombi movies always seem confusing since you have so many of them? You have Zombie 4: After Death, Zombie 5: Killing Birds, Zombie 5: Revenge in the House of Usher, Zombie 6: Monster Hunter and Zombi 7 (aka Zombie '90: Extreme Pestilence). I was also told that Sexy Nights of the Living Dead (1980) is also given the title of Zombi 4: Cave Dwellers in Argentina?
tymon wrote:Man, it really makes me laugh when I remember that all this drama is centered around a fictional, giant atomic monster. Damn you, Godzilla!
FlamingZilla23 wrote:The only movie that ever comes close to being good as "Night of the living Dead" is "Day of the Dead" in my opinion.
Ethan wrote: Oh, and Zombi 6 is just an alternate title for the movie Absurd, which isn't a zombie film at all.
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