Night Of The Living Dead (1968)/I Eat Your Skin (1964)
First, director/cowriter George Romero's gruesome and groundbreaking cult classic, "Night Of The Living Dead," pioneered the zombie genre of horror films and spawned a host of sequels, remakes, and imitators. A disparate group of people takes refuge in an isolated farmhouse in rural Pennsylvania in a desperate bid for survival as they come under siege by hordes of the recently deceased, returned to "life" as bloodthirsty, flesh-eating ghouls. Duane Jones, Judith O'Dea, Karl Hardman star. Next, once paired with "I Drink Your Blood," the gory goodie "I Eat Your Skin" is about a mad doctor who uses radioactive snake venom to help manufacture disgusting zombies. William Joyce, Heather Hewitt star; directed by Del Tenney ("The Horror of Party Beach"). AKA: "Voodoo Blood Bath," "Zombie." 184 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: English (SDH).
- Del Tenney
- Black & White / Color
- Closed Captioned:
- Cast: William Joyce, Heather Hewitt, Walter Coy, Dan Stapleton, Betty Hyatt Linton, Robert Stanton, Vanoye Aikens, Rebecca Oliver, Matthew King, George-Ann Williamson, Don Strawn's Calypso Band