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Episode Info: We saw Dawn of the Dead for free on Youtube because it’s available for free on youtube. This is a Patreon request, so if you want to have a say in what we review, join our Patreon and you will get to weigh in on what we review once a month. This movie is the classic sequel to Night of the Living Dead by George A. Romero that really upped the ante on the zombie concept, and shock factor of the time.  Skip to Intro – 0:37 Skip to Trailer – 7:35 Skip to Synopsis – 8:31 Skip to Review – 10:06 Skip to Score – 15:46 Skip to Spoilers – 23:23 Skip to Final Recommendations – 1:01:44 Skip to It Came From Social Media – 1:16:00 Skip to Horror Movie News – 1:09:11 Skip to Outro – 1:16:55 @Dgoebel00 on INSTA provided this amazing pic. Check him out on his site as well. One of our listeners called us “Moronic Man Children”, and they are depicted here as a zombie writing in their own blood…Don’t cross us! Dawn of the Dead Synopsis Dawn of the Dead starts in an emergency broadcast television station with lots of disarray and confusion before it settles on some National Guard troops who have set upon some public housing with an outbreak of zombies.  Pretty soon the movie settles in on the lives of four individuals – two National Guard members (Peter played by Ken Foree and Roger played by Scott H. Reiniger), a traffic reporter (Stephen played by David Emge), and his TV Exec girlfriend (Francine played by Gaylen Ross). This group sets their sights on a Mall in the rust belt and try their best to fortify the mall. Eventually, things calm down, and life returns to ), pace before outside forces beyond their control throw everything into disarray. One of the most iconic movie posters ever, Dawn of the Dead Dawn of the Dead Review The time has passed for Dawn of the Dead to be a shocking movie, while it was crucial to the horror genre in upping the stakes of gore and satire, it’s just not that impressive anymore. What Dawn is still good at is taking a hard look at the human condition and posing the question of what would you do in the event of a zombie apocalypse.  There was a period where I watched every single zombie movie I could get my hands on with the intent of breaking down my own obsession with building a firm tactical plan for some such zombie occasion. Goofy? Yes, but man was it satisfying building “fool-proof” plans that my friends would tear apart with zombie-like fervor. Buy Dawn of the Dead Buy it on Amazon Click here to buy Dawn of the Dead is an important movie, and it’s has a historical place in the vaults of horror, but it’s slow for today, and it’s not that shocking when you compare it to any modern horror. Like I mentioned, it does do a great job of exploring the human condition and posing fun and interesting questions about all kinds of societal ailments.  For anyone who wants to check it out today who hasn’t seen it or hasn’t seen it for sev...
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