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City of the Living Dead (Review)

Blue Underground, 1980, Unrated

1 Comment · Wednesday, June 23, 2010
George A. Romero is cinema's point man when it comes to zombie horror, and rightfully so. His groundbreaker, 'Night of the Living Dead' (1968), and its sequels set the rules and regulations for the subgenre: The dead have come back to life, they move slowly and they want to eat you. However, another director must be credited for some of contemporary zombiedom's successes, too: Lucio Fulci.  

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