Witness the Birth of the Living Dead in New Documentary

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Witness the Birth of the Living Dead in New DocumentaryNight of the Living Dead. The title is synonymous with all things horror. Over the years George A. Romero’s seminal horror film has been often imitated but never duplicated. Now a new documentary is gearing up to be the definitive look at this truly classic film.

Below you’ll find the first artwork and trailer for Rob Kuhns’ Birth of the Living Dead (also known as Year of the Living Dead). Look for more soon!

For additional info in the meantime, visit the official Birth of the Living Dead website, and “like” Birth of the Living Dead on Facebook.

In 1968 a young college drop-out named George A. Romero directed a low budget horror film that shocked the world and became an icon of the counterculture – “Night of the Living Dead.”

“Year of the Living Dead,” a new documentary, shows how Romero gathered an unlikely team of Pittsburghers — policemen, iron workers, teachers, ad-men, housewives and a roller-rink owner — to shoot, with a revolutionary guerrilla, run-and-gun style, his seminal film. During that process Romero and his team created an entirely new and horribly chilling monster – one that was undead and feasted upon human flesh. The “zombie” became its own genre worth billions of dollars that continues to this day.

This new documentary also immerses audiences into the singular time in which “Night” was shot. Archival footage of the horrors of Vietnam and racial violence at home combined with iconic music from the 60s invites viewers to experience how Romero’s tumultuous film reflected this period in American history. “Year of the Living Dead” shows us how this young filmmaker created a world-renowned horror film that was also a profound insight into how our society really works.

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Steve Barton

You're such an inspiration for the ways that I will never, ever choose to be.

  • DavidFullam

    Looking forward to it. I could listen to stories about Night (and Texas Chainsaw Massacre) anyday.

  • Terminal

    ANOTHER filmmaker implements the public domain film for a “documentary.” Much as I adore this movie, haven’t we learned all that there is to learn?