I have not seen this one yet. Need to rectify this 🙂


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Zombies have become ubiquitous in just about every medium of our popular culture. In Italy, on September 2, 1978,  when “Dawn of the Dead” first premiered, however, the massive hordes of decaying undead weren’t nearly as omnipresent. The movie is director George Romero’s follow up to his classic originator, 1968’s “Night of the Living Dead.” It follows the trials and tribulations of its four well drawn out main characters: two members of a Philadelphia swat team, a television executive, and a traffic reporter, as they seek shelter in a shopping mall on the outskirts of Pittsburgh. The mall might be the perfect place to hide while they wait for something that they hope will be their salvation. Case in point, it offers them innumerable supplies in the way of weapons, clothing, food, and the like. The band of survivors are free to take what they want, when they want…

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