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Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated
     

Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated

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An animated re-telling of the George A. Romero classic, as realized by a diverse group of talented visual artists. After selecting a specific scene from the film, each artist brought it to life in their own chosen medium. Each individual scene was then strung together to create a narrative feature. The result is an unconventional remake that alternates between

Overview

An animated re-telling of the George A. Romero classic, as realized by a diverse group of talented visual artists. After selecting a specific scene from the film, each artist brought it to life in their own chosen medium. Each individual scene was then strung together to create a narrative feature. The result is an unconventional remake that alternates between claymation, hand drawn animation, puppet show, and various other artistic styles, offering an exciting twist on the familiar zombie tale.

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Amy Robinson
One of the most successful independent films of all time, Night of the Living Dead helped pave the way for every low-budget horror hit that followed, from Halloween to The Blair Witch Project. This terrifying classic, in which a band of mismatched strangers find refuge in a deserted Pittsburgh farmhouse during a mysterious wave of zombie attacks, masterfully builds suspense and tension through the conflict of the humans inside the house and the never-ending presence of the flesh-eating ghouls outside. For years, viewers assumed that the grainy, pseudo-documentary look of inferior prints was director George Romero's original intention. But a recent restoration has brought out the film's crisp, black and white cinematography, and viewing it is a revelation. All but ignored during its initial release, Night of the Living Dead became a true word-of-mouth hit, with the midnight and drive-in circuits wholeheartedly embracing the film's audacious shocks. It remains among the most terrifying films ever made.

Product Details

Release Date:
08/24/2010
UPC:
0760137501596
Original Release:
2009
Source:
Wild Eye Releasing
Region Code:
0
Time:
1:41:00
Sales rank:
47,110

Special Features

Special Introduction from Count Gore De Vol; Commentary with Horror Scribe Jonathan Maberry; Second "Making Of" Commentary Track; NOTLD:R Artist Call-In Commentaries; Alternate/Deleted Scenes; Short Horror Films/Horror Comics; Behind the Scenes: Animation Processes; The Zombie Encounter Panel Video; Night of the Living Box Art Video

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Technical Credits
Mike Schneider Director,Editor

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Night of the Living Dead: Renanimated
1. Chapter 1 [16:59]
2. Chapter 2 [16:59]
3. Chapter 3 [16:59]
4. Chapter 4 [16:59]
5. Chapter 5 [16:59]
6. Chapter 6 [17:15]
1. April Guadiana [:42]
2. Brad Uyeda [1:00]
3. Calum Macaskill [1:34]
4. Carla Rodrigues [:45]
5. Chris Garcia [1:17]
6. Dale Robertson [:27]
7. David Goodman [1:36]
8. Devin Houston [1:28]
9. Eric Schock [:36]
10. Geff Bartrand [:54]
11. Grant Fuhst [:57]
12. Jag Lall [:33]
13. Jeff Bracey [:25]
14. Jeff Hibbert [1:00]
15. John Chestnut [1:13]
16. Ken Carrano [:07]
17. Larry Adlon [:40]
18. Matthieu Lefebvre [2:56]
19. Morbideus Goodell [:27]
21. Pete Berg [:43]
20. Paul Watts [:49]
22. Phil Willis [:51]
23. RD Nicklow [1:39]
24. Robert Walker [1:24]
25. Ryan Sigg [:43]
26. Sam Flegal [1:20]
27. Travis Legge [:44]
28. Zina Lahr [:40]

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