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Day of the Dead


Lori Cardille, Anthony Dileo Jr., Terry Alexander, Joseph Pilato View All


George A. Romero (Screenplay), George A. Romero (Director) View All

Release: Jul. 19th, 1985
Runtime: 1 hour, 42 minutes
Trapped in a missile silo, a small team of scientists, civilians and trigger-happy soldiers battle desperately to ensure the survival of the human race. However, the tension inside the base is reaching a breaking point, and the zombies are gathering outside.
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(The original script featured an above-ground fortress and a small zombie army, but the smaller scale is one of the finished films assets.) The characters are positioned as stand-ins for different ideas: military might, represented by a teeth-gnashing army captain played by Joseph Pilato looking....
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The Zombie effects and makeup are top notch and seem to have been made the standard for pretty much every Zombie film since.
In an underground bunker, a collection of scientists led by a woman named Sarah (Lori Cardille) and a scientist named Logan (Richard Liberty) search for a solution to a zombie plague that has taken over the world.
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