George A. Romero's Night Of The Living Dead [Blu-ray] - £4.47 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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In director George Romero's NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, seven people secluded in a Pennsylvania farmhouse face relentless attacks by reanimated corpses seeking to eat their flesh. The group, which includes a married couple and their daughter, a pair of young lovers, and an African American man, try to keep their sanity as the living dead try endlessly to enter the house until they are laid to rest by burning or a severe blow to the head. As they listen to news reports of the zombie plague taking over the eastern United States, the ever-decreasing band of survivors loses ground in their battle to both keep peace with one another and stay alive.

Romero's low-budget, homegrown classic went from being unable to find a distributor to becoming one of the most influential horror films of all time. Aside from its visceral impact years before realistic gore became the fashion, the film is also important for its portrayal of a black man as the protagonist during a time when race relations were an extremely sensitive issue in the United States. Romero's choice for the ending of his film also made a shocking and bold statement about the issue.
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Classic. Wonder what the transfer is like?
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matedodgy
Classic. Wonder what the transfer is like?

According to this review from amazon should be good:
Leo Johnson "Curly Q. Link":The picture resolution is incredible, even though this print does have the previously mentioned missing 7 seconds and some scratches and film dirt here and there, it's picture is still much better than the Millennium DVD.



Edited By: fromabroad on Jun 07, 2011 08:55: typo

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