Zombi: Dario Argento Presents George A. Romero’s Dawn Of The Dead


Most George A. Romero fans have either seen or are familiar with his 1978 film Dawn of the Dead. A follow up to the ground breaking 1968 Night of the Living Dead, the story kicks off the morning after the zombie outbreak and follows a group of survivors as they hold up in a shopping mall.

In 1979, Italian director Dario Argento gave us a very different version of Romero’s Dawn of the Dead. Released to European audiences as ZOMBI, Argento’s version of the film has edited out all the “American humor” in favor of more zombie action and gore. The film also features an entirely new score by the rock band The Goblins.image
Dario Argento shows us an even darker version of an already frightening classic. Available for sale on Amazon.com, it’s a great addition to your zombie film collection and a must have for every George A. Romero fanatic.








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