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Its code name is 'Trixie,' an experimental government germ weapon that leaves its victims either dead or irreversibly insane. When the virus is accidentally unleashed in Evans City, Pennsylvania, the small community becomes a war zone of panicked military, desperate scientists and gentle neighbors turned homicidal maniacs. Now a small group of citizens has fled to the town's outskirts where they must hide from trigger-happy soldiers while battling their own depraved urges. But even if they can escape the madness of this plague, can they survive the unstoppable violence of THE CRAZIES?
Richard France (DAWN OF THE DEAD), Lynn Lowry (SHIVERS, CAT PEOPLE) and Richard Liberty (DAY OF THE DEAD) co-star in this masterpiece of modern horror written and directed by George A. Romero (NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, CREEPSHOW) that remains one of his most chilling and disturbing films ever. Blue Underground is now proud to present THE CRAZIES newly transferred and fully restored in thrilling High Definition!
Audio Commentary with Director George A. Romero
"The Cult Film Legacy of Lynn Lowry" - Interview with Star Lynn Lowry
Much better on 2nd viewing, many years after I ditched my VHS! Fascinating from start to finish; the remake I'd rate ****1/2! Both enthusiastically recommended!Published 3 months ago by P ski
Great Romero Classic. I might actually like the remake a little better, but I truly felt the message was clearer and more powerful in this original. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jayce Ollie
Was not the original Romero classic like in the photo. It was the lame remake version. Lame.Published 4 months ago by Michael Gasser
Gave to friend that is fireman in town this movie was made in.Published 6 months ago by thomas kolesar
Depressing as all get out. Everyone's at fault. If people would just shut up and cooperate (at all levels, starting at the gov't level) then none of the tragedy would have... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Charles W. Johnson II