Last Halloween we featured Night of the Living Dead.
Tonight we feature Dawn of the Dead.
Director George A. Romero's epic sequel to his legendary Night of the Living Dead has firmly established itself as the equal of its ground-breaking predecessor. Though shot in 1978 -- ten years after the first films' release -- Dawn's story begins as if the events in Night had happened only a few months before: after shambling armies of the recently-dead take over every major city -- seeking warm human flesh for food -- the U.S. government imposes a state of martial law, sending in special National Guard units to attack and destroy zombie infestation where they find it.
This is the faster-paced European/Italian version edited by overseas distributor Dario Argento. It's the full movie, from a playlist.