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Discussion in 'Site News' started by rhett, Oct 5, 2012.
Dawn of the Dead (1978)
Re-animator (unless it's not technically a zombie film, in which case a tie between Return of the Living Dead and the original Dawn of the Dead)
Re-Animator. One of the first films that I "discovered." at the video store. The original Night of the Living Dead is a close second. But nothing can beat Jeffrey Combs as Herbert West.
Cemetery Man...not just my favorite zombie film, but in my top 3 favorite horror films of all time.
I still love NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD  best.
NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD:George Romero's original 1968 masterpiece still has the power to get under my skin.It's a film that makes a virtue of it's tight budget and it's still the template for hordes of films that haunt our theater and TV screen's to this day.Classic.
When i first saw the Fulci classic Zombie, i was floored with its grotesque special effects,great acting and dubbing.It changed my life.
Well duh! My all time fav zombie is Zombie! I really hope I win this!
Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things. More for the other characters than for the zombies. Alan Ormsby's over-acting is a sight to behold!
Dawn of the Dead, how can you go wrong with holding out in a shopping mall during a zombie apocalypse??
The Return of the Living Dead!!!!
Zombie vs. Shark vs. Topless scuba-girl.
Dawn of the Dead (1978)
I'll admit it. I want that mall. I'm a materialistic, consumerist pig. And it's one of my top three favorite films of all time, with the others being Midnight Cowboy and Once Upon a Time in the West.
Night of the living dead. I was never really into any Romero flicks or zombie movies, but I was at a Halloween party where the host was showing this in his garage. The party was lame so I actually watched the movie and totally enjoyed watching it basically outside on a crisp autumn evening. Brings back some interesting memories.
Night of the Living Dead
The original Dawn of the Dead. I first saw it in my Junior High years, and it made a huge impression. I was sitting on the edge of my bed, watching a VHS rental on a 13" screen, and it was just as thrilling as being in a huge state-of-the-art theater. The characters are great, and the idea of holing up in a shopping mall during a zombie takeover just can't be beat. Sure, there have been dozens and dozens of zombie movies since, but this one still feels like an epic.
Gotta go with Dawn of the Dead as well. This is tough. So many choices. But I think Dawn gets the last chomp!
Romero's "Dawn of the Dead"
Probably the only movie I've ever been able to watch back-to-back-to-back.
Burial Ground, because it smells of death!
Original Dawn of the Dead, I love it because it feels like an adventure+action+horror film, which makes it the most entertaining zombie movie (for me).