Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Night of the Living Dead



Just to make up for the posting drought: George Romero's 1968 classic 'Night of the Living Dead'.

Yes, Virginia, the whole movie.

You probably can't get away with watching the whole thing at work, but just play it and minimize your window. The muffled screams, music, and Duane Jones' badass dialogue make the workday just FLY past.

2 Comments:

At 10:45 AM, Anonymous Sweet said...

Awesome dude.

 
At 1:37 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

My darling JS (do you use your name on here? I'll keep your cover):

DEAR JESUS!!!I'm the only Zombie buff you'll ever meet who hasn't seen the original. And now I'm a changed woman. That's right, I sat here, drinking wine, having just been rejected for my dream job, and watched this whole damn movie on my laptop and now I am astounded at the sheer genius of George Romero. No zombie movie maker has had an original idea since (except maybe Peter Jackson [Sumatran Rat Monkey] and Danny Boyle [RAGE and soldiers dying to re-populate]). High-level radiation mutating dead human cells!?!?! Impossible but perfect!!! Thanks for making my night, five months after posting the movie. Love, MHT in SB.

 

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