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It s one of the most celebrated horror films in the history of cinema. Now, Elite Entertainment has added even more bonus materials and special features to the classic title Night of the Living Dead. Marking the initial release in Elite s Millennium EditionTM DVD series, Night of the Living Dead has been restored with a newly approved THX Transfer, and includes a wide array of never-before-seen DVD features. Considered one of the true, classic horror films of all time, Night of the Living Dead tells the story of a group of strangers taking shelter in a farmhouse while the rest of the world is doing battle against an army of hungry un-dead.
Special Features Include:
Newly Approved THX Transfer Trailers/TV Spots Dual Commentary Tracks featuring George A. Romero and the Entire Cast Film Parody "Night of the Living Bread" Original Mono Soundtrack Dolby Digital 5.1 Remix Still Photo Gallery Featuring RARE COLOR Photos The History of Romero's Company, The Latent Image Scenes from the "Lost" Romero Film, "There's Always Vanilla" Liner notes by George A. Romero and Stephen King AND MORE!
After years of murky tapes and fuzzy prints, Elite Entertainment showed the world what it was missing with the definitive presentation of the film on home video, mastered to THX specifications from the best materials in George Romero's possession. Elite has made the best even better with this new remaster for the Millennium Edition, and the DVD is filled with even more supplements. Romero and screenwriter John Russo discuss the challenges of the production with coproducers/costars Karl Hardman and Marilyn Eastman on one commentary track, while a cast party gathers for a raucous reunion on a second track. Other highlights include a gallery of Romero's TV commercials (check out the clever low-budget parody of Fantastic Voyage for Calgon), an articulate and thoughtful 16-minute audio-only interview with star Duane Jones (the last before his death), and heretofore unseen clips from Romero's "lost" film There's Always Vanilla. An essential disc for any horror enthusiast and still the definitive presentation. --Sean AxmakerSee all Editorial Reviews
I honestly like this film! Yes the guy at the ending sucked, but the picture quality is really sharp and I liked the new score. The new scenes were ok.Published 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
Some scenes were extremely dark. I don't remember the original being so dark, although I could be wrong. The movie just appeared to lose some detail from the digital re-master.Published 21 days ago by Steve M.
Waisted my money on this version. The added scenes they filmed in 1998. I thought they would be like a director's cut, from the original 1968 movie. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cynthia Williams
"Night of the Living Dead" is a classic, of course, but this anniversary edition is not. The added footage is terrible. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Goddess Zilla
your service was great BUT this movie is awful awful awful who thought it was a great idea to put this classic horrror movie on bluray and recorded it from the orginal 35 mm film... Read morePublished 1 month ago by jeff finelli
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Millennium Edition is the best
Mar 27, 2010 by MattT | See all 10 posts
|How is this legal?||
"Night of the Living Dead" is in the public domain due to intricacies of U.S. copyright law, therefore this is not a "bootleg" copy of anything.
Nov 20, 2008 by KORY A. SCHAUBHUT | See all 8 posts
|40th Anniversary edition||
I believe back then, movies were shot in full frame. Perhaps they made it widescreen by simply adding black bars at the top and bottom? They did the same thing with Toxic Avenger, and I think Jaws.
Apr 30, 2010 by compsciguy | See all 5 posts
|Can you name this old horror movie?||
Isn't that Dr. X? It came out in the early '30s but was surprisingly shot in color. You can buy it on DVD in a set called "Legends Of Horror" for about 20 dollars.
Apr 10, 2014 by Joeywoodburn | See all 4 posts
|Like it or hate it....It's STILL a collector's item!!!||
Things grow in value because they were originally wanted at some point to where they are searched for decades later, being limited is just the added bonus.
Nobody wanted this 30th anniversary edition to begin with, and once the few who did get it saw it, they spread the word it was garbage.... Read More
Jul 11, 2010 by Primogen | See all 7 posts
|anyone know if it has spanish subtitles????||Be the first to reply|