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Terror reigns. Panic and paranoia take their toll. No one knows why the dead are returning to life, only that the living are their eviscerated victims. In a remote wooden farmhouse seven people fight for their lives against ever-increasing numbers of flesh-eating ghouls. One by one they are whittled down until, in a memorable shock finale, only a lone hero remains, cowering in the cellar while legions of ravenous zombies run amok. As the sun rises, he emerges into a new dawn has he survived the Night of the Living Dead?
In 1969 a new breed of horror film erupted onto American movie screens. Vilified by critics and ignored by distributors on its release, George A. Romero's tense, audacious, groundbreaking shocker ushered in a new era of raw modern horror. Rightly championed by fans around the world, it is now revered as a seminal cult classic a quasi-expressionist celluloid nightmare, and the Citizen Kane of the horror 'B's.