Night of the Living Dead (1968)

Night of the Living Dead (1968) (86) As the oldest of the “Dead” flicks, Night of the Living Dead surprisingly wastes the least amount of time before throwing zombies at you. It’s not until the second act where things start to settle. Dawn and Day of the Dead might be more developed, but Night is all the better as a raw, unrefined, and utterly new experience. Its shoestring budget does nothing to slow the creative forces of young Romero, and – despite a simpler aesthetic – Night might claim the best camerawork of the bunch.

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