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Projection Booth
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October 29, 2007

Romero's framing of social ills via his rotting, walking metaphors is ingenious but it's the more subtle, unspoken statements that register with the greatest force.
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Film4
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September 24, 2007

This is both a fine straight-up horror and an archly sly comment on consumer society.
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eFilmCritic.com
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July 29, 2007

Romero, who was his own editor this time out, keeps the scenes clipped and purposeful.
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Radio Times
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October 07, 2013

Cynical, devastating and relentless, director George A Romero's gruelling masterpiece about the American Dream turning into a terrifying nightmare is a brilliant blend of black comedy and hip, if harrowing, carnage.
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Time Out
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January 26, 2006

Undoubtedly the zombie movie to end 'em all.
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Total Film
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October 14, 2014

George Romero's horrific sequel to Night Of The Living Dead finds the zombies still shuffling around Pittsburgh.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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October 23, 2004

Dawn of the Dead is one of the best horror films ever made -- and, as an inescapable result, one of the most horrifying. It is gruesome, sickening, disgusting, violent, brutal and appalling.
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Chicago Reader
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March 29, 2007

Romero's sensibility approaches the Swiftian in its wit, accuracy, excess, and profound misanthropy.
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Cinefantastique
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July 23, 2008

This sequel to Night of the Living Dead (1968) abandoned the shadowy black-and-white creepiness of its progenitor in favor of a brightly lit color canvas that was bigger, broader, and bloodier.
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Washington Post
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February 21, 2007

Between atrocities the movie has its funny moments and funny lines. It's just difficult to relish the humor when you're dripping in so much gore.
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New York Times

May 20, 2003

Perhaps horror-movie buffs will consider this an improvement.
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Variety
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October 07, 2008

Romero's script is banal when not incoherent.
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