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Night of the Living Dead (1990) Horror. Seven people are trapped in an isolated farmhouse and living an unspeakable nightmare. Cannibalistic zombies have been awakened from the dead and are on a relentless killing and eating binge.
• • Night of the Living Dead (1990) Horror Seven people are trapped in an isolated farmhouse and living an unspeakable nightmare. Cannibalistic zombies have been awakened from the dead and are on a relentless killing and eating binge.
In this classic yet still creepy horror film, strangers hold up in a rural Pennsylvania farmhouse and battle constant attacks from dead locals who have been brought back to life by mysterious radiation. Note: This item contains a user-contributed srt subtitle file. To use this file you must download an srt compatible player and point it at the correct video and srt files (google for srt subtitles). We include this file for advanced users who may wish to use it, however the Archive does not support any player that displays subtitles stored external to the video they are intended to be used with, nor can we vouch for the quality or completeness of the subtitling effort.
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Credits Directed by George A. Romero Writing credits - George A. Romero, John A. Russo Cast Duane Jones - Ben Judith O'Dea - Barbra Karl Hardman - Harry Cooper Marilyn Eastman - Helen Cooper/Bug-eating zombie Keith Wayne - Tom Judith Ridley - Judy Kyra Schon - Karen Cooper/Upstairs body Charles Craig - Newscaster/Ghoul S. William Hinzman - Cemetery ghoul (as Bill Heinzman) George Kosana - Sheriff McClelland Frank Doak - Scientist Bill 'Chilly Billy' Cardille - Field reporter A.C. McDonald - Ghoul Samuel R. Solito - Ghoul Mark Ricci - Washington scientist Lee Hartman - Ghoul/News reporter Jack Givens - Ghoul Rudy Ricci - Ghoul (as R.J.
Ricci) Paula Richards - Ghoul John Simpson - Ghoul Herbert Summer - Ghoul Richard Ricci - Ghoul William Burchinal - Ghoul Ross Harris - Ghoul Al Croft - Ghoul Jason Richards - Ghoul Dave James - Ghoul Sharon Carroll - Ghoul William Mogush - Ghoul Steve Hutsko - Ghoul Joann Michaels - Ghoul Phillip Smith - Ghoul Ella Mae Smith - Ghoul Randy Burr - Ghoul George A. Romero - Washington reporter (uncredited) John A. Russo - Washington mililtary reporter/Ghoul in house (uncredited) Russell Streiner - Johnny (uncredited) Vincent D.
Survinski - Vince, Posse gunman (uncredited) Produced by Karl Hardman, Russell Streiner Cinematography by George A. Romero Film Editing by George A.
Romero, John A. If you enjoyed this classic horror film, now you can also enjoy the music, released for the first time ever on CD. THEY WON'T STAY DEAD! Is the most comprehensive collection of music used in the soundtrack of NIGHT of the LIVING DEAD, digitally restored from original library Capitol Hi-'Q' LPs and reels. The CD is now available for pre-order through (just click on the cover art and you'll be taken directly to the order page) or Amazon via the following link: FYI, the music to NIGHT of the LIVING DEAD is not public domain, and has been licensed from the current rights holders and publishers for this CD release. George Romero's Night of the Living Dead helped to pave the way for subsequent horror classsics like Halloween and The Exorcist by taking away the gothicism of the horror flicks of the '30s and '40s and replacing it with hopelessness and paranoia. The plot is simple.
A brother and sister go to a cemetery, and, when the brother is killed by a 'ghoul' (amazingly, the film never uses the term 'zombie') the sister escapes and finds her way to an abandoned farmhouse where a small groupof survivors has holled up. Romero's B-movie scenario of walking dead becomes horrifically believable as he shows us a realistic struggle between the characters and the attempts of the athorities to stop the deadly phenominon. The final ten minutes are gripping and show this is one of the most ionfluential horror films of the late 20th century. To flbucs1 - under the 'Play/Download' section on the left hand side of the screen, simply right-click on whichever quality version of the film you want to download (the bigger the file, the better the quality) and from the pop-up menu that comes up, choose 'Save Link As' or 'Save target As' or whatever 'save' message appears in your particular browser. Great film by the way. I saw this when it was first out, and still enjoy seeing it again from time to time - still a very watchable film today, and amazing how such a well-made film was made on an absolute shoestring. Puts the millions spent on the lame movies that make up the majority of recent Hollywood output to shame.