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George A Romero's Dead Trilogy (Night Of The Living Dead / Dawn Of The Dead / Day Of The Dead) (4 Discs)

Featuring: Judith O'Dea, Duane Jones & Karl Hardman

Format: DVD | Rating: 18 years & over

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  George A. Romero's Dead Trilogy.

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All of the zombies on each of the four discs: Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of The Dead and Day of the Dead is really incredible and fun to watch. I really think that watching these movies makes me want to become part of the action as well. Thumbs up to George Romero.

Zombie-tastic!!!!

  The ultimate Zombie trilogy

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The godfather of Zombie films has his finest work in this trilogy. 'Dawn really is the best of three' but any self respecting zombie nut or fans of 'tape it or die' should have this in their collection.

  if you don't buy this dvd they'll come to get you

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Three great films all in one boxset the best zombie horror films to be made and there wont be better i can guarantee it. Night is great for suspense and being able to scare you at least i was, dawn is quite comical and very gory with a great soundtrack and day is very good for suspense and gore. George what a legend

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  Grim but essential viewing!

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The ultimate zombie trilogy is a must see for anybody who is into horror.Not sure if NOTLD is the extended cut previously available is the version included here which to be fair is no bad thing as the scenes included were newly shot and even though filmed in black and white still look too fresh and so seem more intrusive than anything else.Dawn is by far the best of the series taking place in a shopping mall and taking swipes at consumerism as well as injecting extreme gore. Day ends the trilogy in fashion and is set in a florida based missile silo at a time when the dead now out number the living and the last hope humanity has is to try and domesticate the dead! ignore the imitations and pretenders and purchase these instead.Flesh tearingly brilliant!

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