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Thursday
Oct202011

Zombie Take-Out Episode 99: Luftundead

Night of the Living Dead Scotto and Uncle John conclude their better late than never trilogy with a horror classic that has not only influenced countless other horror films, but also just about every action and first- person shooter video game. This week on Take-Out, from 1968, it's Night of the Living Dead. What was Romero trying to say with the film? Why didn't Duane Jones have a much bigger career? Couldn't anyone else have played Barbra?

Scotto's Rating
4 brains
Uncle John's Rating
4.5 brains
How would you rate Night of the Living Dead?

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Night_of_the_living_dead
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In two weeks ... Episode 100

Reader Comments (1)

Just listened to this episode today as I trudged my way home in the SNOW... I then turn on WPIX-11 to watch the weather report on the 10:00 news, and guess what movie was ending? Yep, NotLD! So thank you for pleasant synchronicity! (If only I'd known it was on earlier! LOL!)

Great show, as always.

Brian

October 29, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterBrian Jude

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