Birth of the Living Dead

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Released 2013

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Director:
Rob Kuhns
Released:
2013
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In 1968 George A. Romero, a young college drop-out, directed "Night of the Living Dead," a low budget horror film that that shocked the world, became a counterculture icon and spawned a billion dollar zombie industry that continues today.

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  • 80

    Village Voice Ernest Hardy

    What distinguishes this doc from much of the tedious critical prose Romero has inspired is the fan-boy and fan-girl ardor that fuels its smarts--both behind and in front of the cam...

  • 70

    Los Angeles Times

    Enjoyably recounts how, in 1967, Romero and an assortment of Pittsburgh locals shot a micro-budget chiller that would unexpectedly change the face of horror films.

  • 63

    Boston Globe Peter Keough

    In the war between zombies and vampires for the domination of American popular culture, the zombies currently seem to have the edge. So suggests a montage in Rob Kuhns's amusing bu...

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Documentary, Horror, Suspense