Day of the Dead A Romero 1985 Classic Zombie Movie

Romeros Day of the Dead film from the year 1985

Day of the Dead was coming to theaters everywhere, the year was 1985, it had been seven years since the release of the critically acclaimed dawn of the dead which was released in 1978. The horror industry was now in the slasher era of Michel Myers from Halloween, and Jason from Friday the 13th along with other popular slasher films taking the horror industry by storm. Deep in the mind of the legend George Romero was a craving to complete the of the dead series, along came Day of the Dead the follow up film to the Dawn of the …

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Dawn of the Dead 1978 Coronavirus Movie of the Day

Dawn of the Dead 1978 HD Film

George Romero’s Dawn of the Dead 1978 is in our opinion one of the single best zombie films ever created, it has a huge emphasis on survival and how people will come together in times of crisis. It also shows how the world is a very commercial place full of consumerism and that people can not go on without items from shopping malls (haha, had to say it). Much like the crisis we are in today with the coronavirus, this film shows a world on lock down where the television is telling private citizens that they must report to designated …

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