Day Of The Dead
From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Day of the Dead (1985, USA) is a Zombie film directed by George A. Romero.
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- The Dead Films: Night of the Living Dead | Dawn Of The Dead
- Featured in: Trailer Trauma 3: 80s Horrorthon (BluRay) | Drive In Delirium: Maximum 80s Overdrive (BluRay)
- Featured on: TCM Underground
- Released in 1985
- Running Time: 102 min | Canada:96 min (Ontario) | Argentina:101 min | Norway:97 min | Australia:97 min
- Production Co: Dead Films Inc. | Laurel Entertainment Inc. | Laurel-Day Inc.
- Distribution Co: United Film Distribution Company (UFDC) (1985) (USA) (theatrical) | Esplanade Filmverleih (1987) (West Germany) (theatrical)
- Written & Directed by George A. Romero
- Starring Lori Cardille, Joe Pilato, John Amplas, Richard Liberty, Howard Sherman, Greg Nicotero
- Produced by David Ball, Salah M. Hassanein, Ed Lammi, Richard P. Rubinstein
- Original Music by John Harrison
- Cinematography by Michael Gornick
- Film Editing by Pasquale Buba
- As the world is overrun by zombies, a small group of scientists and military personnel dwelling in an underground bunker in Florida must determine whether they should educate, eliminate or escape the undead horde.
Also Known As
- El Día de los muertos (Argentina / Spain) | Dzien umarlych (Poland) | Elävien kuolleiden päivä (Finland) (TV title) | George A. Romero's Day of the Dead (complete title) | Il Giorno degli zombi (Italy) | Le Jour des morts-vivants (France) | I Mera ton zontanon nekron (Greece) | Zombi - Ölüm günü (Turkey) | Zombie 2 (Germany) (censored version) | Zombie 2 - Das letzte Kapitel (Germany)
- The Dead have waited. The day has come.
- Prepare yourself for the darkest day of horror the world has ever known!
- First there was "Night of the Living Dead" then "Dawn of the Dead" and now the darkest day of horror the world has ever known
- The darkest day of horror the world has ever known.
- Once again, the dead have their day
- First, he brought us the most frightening film ever made. Then he took his unique version of horror one step further. Now, George Romero takes us out of the night, beyond the dawn, and into the darkest day of horror the world has ever known.