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The Dead Will Walk (2004)

Feature documentary produced for the "Dawn of the Dead : Ultimate Edition" DVD set which profiles both the film and the career of director George A. Romero. Includes extensive interviews ... See full summary »

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Feature documentary produced for the "Dawn of the Dead : Ultimate Edition" DVD set which profiles both the film and the career of director George A. Romero. Includes extensive interviews with all principle cast members and production personel. Written by Anonymous

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This documentary is featured on the 4-Disc Ultimate Edition for Dawn of the Dead (1978), released in 2004. See more »

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A great companion piece to Dawn of the Dead
22 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

An appropriately thorough documentary for such a scrappy horror film, "The Dead Will Walk" covers plenty of ground, while still maintaining a nice pace. The cast all seem happy to be here (you never know with some actors), and for such a nocturnal shooting schedule, there's plenty of fondness to go around.

If "Dawn of the Dead" had a secret weapon, it was Tom Savini as the makeup effects wild man. And he turns out to be the most enjoyable talking head here. But they're all pretty solid.

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