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You may have your favorite version of the film, but there is no arguing about quality. They all look and sound fantastic. Each version has its own commentary track. The European version has the actors' commentary track, while the extended version has producer Richard Rubinstein. But it is the commentary track on the U.S theatrical version that is the real gem. It includes Romero himself, his wife Chris, and makeup artist Tom Savini. If you enjoyed the stellar commentary on Anchor Bay's Day of the Dead, you can expect more of the same. The three of them will take you on a strange trip down memory lane discussing every possible nuance and anecdote of Romero's crowning achievement. The extras on this set are too numerous to lay out in detail. However, two documentaries are particularly noteworthy. The Dead Will Walk (75 minutes) is an all-new documentary tracking the entire life cycle of the Dawn of the Dead phenomenon. It includes tons of interviews with cast and crew members. It is interesting to compare the new documentary with Roy Frumkes' Document of the Dead (92 minutes), an excellent, original documentary that was shot during the making of the film. All in all, Anchor Bay has done an exceptional job with this Ultimate Edition. If you make it through the set, feel free to award yourself an honorary Ph.D in the undead. --Rob Bracco
The movie had good special effects and a great story line.
In the end, it comes down to this: Dawn of the Dead is one of the best zombie films ever made - more than that, it's one of the best horror films ever made.
Deffinetly see this movie if you like zombie movies,in fact I think im going to go watch it now.
If you like zombie and you like what George Romero has to offer...you will love this.Published 2 days ago by Lawrence S. Boucher
No one does zombies like George Romero. Beware teenie boppers and young adults, this will happen to you if you spend to much time at the malls. Do you need proof of my statement? Read morePublished 16 days ago by Gary Gilfoy
I never thought this movie was as good as most people think. Frankly, George Romero did nothing but ruin the Zombie movie genre because Zombies were never Ghouls before he came... Read morePublished 29 days ago by That's Life
My family likes the original the best. I, however, prefer the remake because it had so much more action. At least, to me it did!Published 1 month ago by Ondreyus Dotson
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The Blu-ray edition is the U.S. theatrical version of DOTD running at 127 minutes. The extended version runs 139 minutes. Romero used the extended cut to premiere the film at the '78 Cannes Film Festival but George prefers the U.S. version.
Oct 4, 2007 by Mike | See all 8 posts
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Personally I'd love to see the version that circulated as a bootleg for years appear on blu ray. That version combined both the extended american version with the european cut so that you had the longest version ever.
Apr 1, 2014 by Brandon See | See all 4 posts
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It's only in the remake as far as I know.
Feb 10, 2012 by John W. Rethamel | See all 3 posts
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Your effort finally paid off! The movie has debuted on DVD! Yay! I love ...Love....LOVE....criterion movies!
Aug 27, 2009 by compsciguy | See all 2 posts
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