Night Of The Living Dead
Cert: 15 Year: 1968 Length: 96 mins
Patrick Glen will have set the mood as our late-night frightener marks the 50th Anniversary of the release of the granddaddy of the genre, The Original and the Best according to Empire Magazine Night of the Living Dead really needs no introduction.
Brilliantly edited and with an underlying racial tension (we are talking 1960s USA) the film proved to be a game changer.
Thanks to Cinema for All
Up until 1968, horror had been escapist. But Night of the Living Dead made horror serious business.
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