Cinema's (Still) Dead

Friday, March 19, 2004

Try as civilized society might to kill them, zombies just won't die. This week, the flesh-eating resurrected returned once again to the silver screen. The much-anticipated remake of George Romero's Dawn of the Dead includes some new and improved special effects, but the dead are still dead, and the story is no less gripping than it was more than a quarter-century ago. Last year, OTM Senior Producer Arun Rath assembled this deconstruction of the zombie genre.

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