Night of the living dead has long been one of my favorite films and i have read over 400 books on film theory history many in the bfi series so i had high hopes for this book this book tries too hard to cram what went on screen in night through the lens of 1960s political discourse. George a romeros night of the living dead 1968 is widely acknowledged as one of the most influential horror films of all time shot on a low budget on black and white film night depicts an america under siege from reanimated corpses. Run all night he wont stop until were all dead liam neeson joel kinnaman common 103 spend the night with 6 million dead bodies in paris catacombs this halloween. Premiering 50 years ago on 1 october 1968 george a romeros night of the living dead is often spoken of as a manifesto for the modern horror film taking its inspiration from the racial and political strife of late 60s america it created as a bfi programme booklet put it in 2004 a . George a romeros night of the living dead is a cult classic a tremendously effective and influential horror film that has resonated with its audiences and with independent film makers ever since its release in 1968
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