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In this episode of MYMHM, Lee is stuck on a film shoot, so Juan decides to tackle George Romero's 1968 Zombie masterpiece 'Night Of The Flesh Eaters'.
Which was later renamed to 'Night Of The Living Dead'.
This episode contains naked zombie butt.

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Buy 'Night of the Living Dead' on DVD from Amazon!



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Having a husband and two sons who like zombie movies I'm embarrassed to admit I'd never seen this. Seeing that it was going to be showing at midnight on a cable channel, I set my DVR to record. Watching it the next day I was 20 minutes in when I realized I was watching the remake! ("Wait a minute... this is supposed to be in black and white!") Finished watching it and then watched the classic version as well. I generally don't like remakes but this one wasn't bad. Liked remake Barbara so much better than classic Barbara. Anyway, good movie! Maybe now I'll know why everyone else thought "Sean of the Dead" was so funny. (Ok, I thought it was funny too, but I know I missed all the zombie references). =)

June 17, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterYvonne

Just recently went back and watched the remake. It was ok. Remake Barbara is awesome! She has the highest body count in the film, and her last scene is classic.
I felt they tried to lock Remake Ben into repeating the classic Ben's performance. It gave him a weird anachronistic feel.
I also wish they had laid off the message at the end. I really do like that the original doesn't bash us in the face with metaphor (can it be metaphor when they explain it?).

Ultimately the original is better IMO, but the remake has it's moments.

To help fill out Shaun of the Dead see also "Dawn of the Dead". You can also check out "Day of the Dead" as Simon Pegg's zombie impersonation is a rip off of Bubs from Day of the Dead. Pegg also has a cameo in Romero's Land of the Dead (playing Bubs btw), but I don't think that film is as good as the others.

Really how many zombie flicks can one take LOL...

June 17, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterM.Y.M.H.M.

This truly is a movie I missed. I have missed out for a long time and finally I have committed to watching it. Thanks for assisting me in finding new movies to expose myself to!

September 22, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterNatalie

Hey Natalie!
This is an EASY film to catch! You can download a hi-def version for FREE!

It's a little hokey after all this time, but the original NotLD is a solid flick full of 60's paranoia! Good times!
Thanks for the comment!

September 22, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterJuan @ MYMHM

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