Night of the Living Dead (1990) 31 for 31 Review



Directed by Tom Savini

Starring Tony Todd and Patricia Tallman

Synopsis: The dead are returning back to life. A few survivors hole up in a country home. But, tensions rise among the inhabitants.

Review: I watched this one before the original NOTLD. I prefer it over the original. They improved among everything. Barbara was likable and Tony Todd’s best role is on this one. It’s noticeably gore-less which is something uncharacteristic for Romero and Savini. There were plenty of scenes shot, but it was cut to make it R instead of X. But yeah, it’s a good flick. I would have liked to see a sequel, possibly a Dawn of the Dead remake to follow this. In this world. I wanted to see more of this apocalypse



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