Close message

Welcome to Kanopy

Brought to you by Austin Public Library

Not your library? Find it now
Day of the Dead
To start watching

Day of the Dead

Show More

People who watched this also watched

Comments (8)

Justin avatar
Justin

Greg Nicatero, the special effects head of all The Walking Dead Series also was responsible for Day of the Dead. Groundbreaking effects in 1985 and now. Digital did not exist yet. Not shown here but available on the DVD are some killer documentaries on how the effects were done. plus who ...Read more

Anonymous picture
Paul

"Night of the Living Dead" and "Dawn of the Dead" are objectively way better movies. This one is my favorite. Hell if I know why. Hell if I care.

Anonymous picture
Patrick

Nice to see the first and third entries in Romero's influential trilogy on this site. Shame about the complete lack of the second one, which I think is the best.

For whatever reason, Dawn of the Dead (1978) is also very hard to find on DVD or Blu-Ray. All that is available instead is ...Read more

Anonymous picture
James

The most uneven of Romero's original zombie trilogy - also the most despairing and grisly and oppressive. If you're into that kind of attitude in a horror film, you'll find rewards here, especially in the final third, when all hell breaks loose and the blood flows. It's a long walk there, as ...Read more

Anonymous picture
Ronald

Captain Rhodes makes this my favorite of the "of the dead" movies.

Anonymous picture
BOBBY

Thought the original "Night of the Living Dead" the best, but had a lot of fun with this movie.

Lauren avatar
Lauren

My personal favorite George Romero film. I like the post-apocalyptic setting, the strong female lead, and most of all delving into the psychology of the zombies themselves with the unforgettable "Bub". It also features some awesome make-up and special effects. Highly recommended!

Justin avatar
Justin

I too love Day of the Dead. I remember when it came out the summer of 1985 and I was at camp. When My parents came to visit I insisted they take me. They were grossed out but it only encouraged my love of zombies, special effects and of course the missed and loved George R. Bub was fantastic ...Read more