Questions tagged [night-of-the-living-dead]

1968 American independent horror film, directed by George A. Romero, starring Duane Jones and Judith O'Dea. It was completed on a $114,000 budget and premiered October 1, 1968.

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Why is “Night of the Living Dead” banned in Gemany?

I came across a news report saying that "Night of the Living Dead" is banned in Germany. Can you please explain why? I didn't manage to google it.
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What was so different about “Night of the Living Dead” from previous zombie movies?

Zombie movies appear to have existed since at least the 1930s (see this question). But many critics trace the origin of essentially all modern zombie movies to George A. Romero's acclaimed 1968 indie ...
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What was the first Zombie movie?

It is widely accepted that the first modern zombie movie is George A Romero's brilliant, low budget, Night Of The Living Dead. But I'm sure zombies featured in Hammer Movies much earlier so Romero ...
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Do the later films in the “Night of the Living Dead” series use CGI?

series release history: Night of the Living Dead (1968) Dawn of the Dead (1978) Day of the Dead (1985) Land of the Dead (2005) Diary of the Dead (2007) Survival of the Dead (2009) The 20-year gap ...
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How much connected is the Night of the Living Dead film series?

Night of the Living Dead film series are the 6 zombie horror films created by George A. Romero but as per Wikipedia they are loosely connected but how loosely? I have not seen any of those 6 films and ...
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Why did Romero cast a Black actor as the lead?

Back in the 1960s, it was not typically seen or accepted for a Black lead actor to be seen in mainstream American movies. So why did Romero cast Duane Jones as Ben in Night of the Living Dead?
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Should I watch Dawn of the Dead before watching Shaun of the Dead?

Given the names and zombie-themes, I'm guessing Shaun of the Dead might have some satirical relations with Dawn of the Dead or Night of the Living Dead. Should I watch DotD or NotLD (or any other ...
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Rights to George A. Romero's “Night of the Living Dead”

The 1968 American independent horror film, Night of the Living Dead, is (apparently) in the public domain… but the stories of how it got that way range from the age of the film to how he ...