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If you are a fan of Romero's Zombie masterpiece, you simply have to get a copy of this movie. The filmmaker took all of the original dialog and sound out of Night of the Living Dead, replacing it with his own resulting in an originally entertaining movie. It is extremely silly and even idiotic, but I could not help myself from laughing out loud on numerous occasions. Be warned, the film almost crosses the line in terms of the lead character's racial stereotype, however I felt that both races were equally parodied and it is my feeling that the filmmaker's intent was purely comical. If you love the original movie and know it well, get on the internet and buy a copy of this movie, you will not be disappointed.
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