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"When a bumbling pair of employees at a medical supply warehouse accidentally release a deadly gas into the air, the vapors cause the dead to re-animate as they go on a rampage through Louisville, Kentucky seeking their favorite food, brains."

-- Provided by IMDb

This is THE quintessential zombie movie. The greatest of all time. The perfect mixture of comedy, punk rock and gore. Okay, if you haven't figured it out by now, I REALLY dig this movie, but with good reason. These are some BAD zombies. In fact, it's been speculated that this movie is why Romero's sequel, "Day of the Dead" flopped at the box office. The original zombies just aren't too scary compared to these bad boys.

Now, there is a story behind this movie and how it's related to the original "Night of the Living Dead." Yes, this movie is a sequel to Romero's original, but, according to the movie, this is the REAL story. The reality is this: George Romero and John Russo were partners during "Night of the Living Dead." Romero directed it and Russo helped write it. Needless to say, "Night of the Living Dead" was a huge success, so Russo and Romero started quarrelling over who had the rights to the movie. They eventually decided that Russo would have the rights to use the name "Living Dead" while Romero would simply have "Dead." That's why Romero's sequels don't have the word "living" in the title.

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