Differences in Day of The Dead 1985 Which Alternate Version is the Best?

Day of the Dead version differences

Day of the Dead is a zombie apocalypse movie that is loved by many, a true classic and very original take on the undead overtaking the world with only a handful of known survivors living in an underground military bunker. Day of the Dead is a direct follow-up to the most popular zombie movie of all time Dawn of the Dead written and directed by the late great George Romero. The film has been released time and time again but what are the differences in all of these Day of the Dead editions? While the variations of the film are …

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Dawn of the Dead (1978) Facts & Information

Dawn of the Dead 1978 Horror Movie Facts

Let’s dive into the best collection of Dawn of the Dead Facts Nothing says best classic zombie movie like Dawn of the Dead 1978, it is the best zombie movie of its time, breaking boundaries and setting standards for all genres of zombie movies. This is a true Classic in every sense of the word. If you are a zombie fan and have not seen this film, you owe it to yourself to see it as soon as possible. We have put together a collection of horror facts about this great zombie survival horror movie. The biggest fact for the …

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Cast Details Emerge for NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD II

Marcus Slabine, the director of Night of the Living Dead II (The Dark Offerings) has revealed the cast members of the sequel to George A. Romero’s trend-setting zombie classic. Among the stars of Romero’s Day of the Dead, which was released in 1985, are Lori Cardille, Terry Alexander, and Jarlath Conroy. The company has promised to make more big announcements soon. As part of the Night of the Living Dead II campaign, Rue Morgue was able to release a “First Look” image featuring David Howard Thornton dressed as an undead shambling corpse known as “The Shark Bait Zombie”! A small …

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TRAIN TO BUSAN PRESENTS: PENINSULA – A Missed Opportunity of a Horror-Action Movie Sequel

Like many other people, I was excited to learn that an alleged sequel to 2016’s very well received and successful film Train to Busan had been announced. Unfortunately that excitement was gone almost as quickly as the first sequence of the movie had finished. I do not wish to sound unnecessarily harsh, however, this movie does NOT live up to its predecessor.  Okay, I take it back, I probably WILL be a little harsh. Strap in kids here goes nothing… Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula is directed by Sang-ho Yeon who also directed the original Train to Busan. Peninsula starts …

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Milla Jovovich BEST Pictures

Mila Jovovich Sexy Pictures

Milla Jovovich is an Ukrainian-born actress, supermodel, fashion designer, singer and public figure, who was on the cover of more than a hundred magazines, and starred in such films as the Resident Evil franchise. Milica Bogdanovna Jovovich was born on December 17, 1975 in Kiev, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union (now in Ukraine). Click an image to view in high quality. FACT Milla first appeared in the 1988 television movie “The Night Train to Kathmandu”. Disney Channel produced the film. Milla achieved box office success in the U.S. and around the world with the action-packed thriller, Resident Evil (2002), based on the wildly popular …

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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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