Goerge A. Romero’s Diary of the Dead (2008)
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  • I definitely recommend this movie to any horror or zombie fan and to anyone looking for a very surreal experience in a movie

    • by David S. Glass
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      Goerge A. Romero’s Diary of the Dead (2008) is rated R for strong horror violence and gore, and pervasive language and is in the Horror genre.

      The master and creator of zombie horror himself, George A. Romero, follows up the 2005’s Land of the


      Dead with the fifth installment of the dead series, Diary of the Dead. This film follows the exploits of a group of PITT film students who are trying to make their way home while everyone who is dying in the world is coming back as flesh eating zombies.

      The entire movie is filmed through a camera’s point of view in a documentary style way which makes it feel a little more realistic at times.

      The acting isn’t too bad for the budget Romero had to ...


      • Goerge A. Romero's Diary of the Dead (2008)
      work with and although the film never really succeeds in scaring you, it just leaves you thinking “What if”. The gore isn’t over-the-top, and what sets this film apart from the rest of the genre is the large dose of social satire
      Romero puts into the film and returns the series back to the roots of the original Night of the Living Dead.

      I definitely recommend this movie to any horror or zombie fan and to anyone looking for a very surreal experience in a movie.




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