George A. Romerothe all time classic zombie movie dawn of the dead rises from the grave in three dimensions this Halloween. Morgue street revealed that Regal Cinema has teamed up with the film’s producer Richard P. Rubinstein company New Amsterdam Entertainment Inc. to release the 3D modification of Rubinstein’s film in theaters nationwide for Halloween weekend. From Friday, October 28 through Monday, October 31, fans can see the horror classic in a whole new light at 250 locations with a minimum of six shows each.
Romero’s 1978 masterpiece is arguably his best zombie flick, even when stacked against the groundbreaking black-and-white flick night of the living dead. The film shows a much broader perspective of the zombie outbreak than its predecessor, showing how society has deteriorated in the face of the apocalypse. Much of the events revolve around four survivors – traffic reporter Stephen (david ege), his girlfriend and television producer Fran (Gaylen Ross), and two deserters from SWAT Peter (Ken Foree) and Roger (Scott Reineger) – who take refuge in an American mall to make what could be their last stand against the undead. The film also received an impressive remake thanks to Zack Snyder in 2004, no doubt director’s best film.
The second track in Romero’s six-part franchise, dawn of the dead was an immediate hit upon release and remains a mainstay of popular culture, inspiring many zombie media beyond. It’s also the film most responsible for launching the horror effects genius’s career. Tom Savini whose stellar work creating the bites, scratches and severed limbs put him on the map.
Add extra dimension to dawn of the dead was a painstaking process through DNext Media under Rubinstein’s supervision, requiring frame-by-frame retouching to get everything working properly. Aside from this change, the producer ensured that Romero’s vision remained intact during the process. While this isn’t the first time the 3D adaptation has been shown to the public, it will be the first time it’s been widely available on the big screen.
Romero’s work has seen some re-emergence in recent times thanks to reissues of his most iconic work and further reviews of his masterpieces. Regarding his zombie films, night of the living dead will be made available as part of October Criteria Collection, just in time for Halloween. And one new biopic about the film of The Walking Deadit is Greg Nicotero explores the film’s impact and legacy of Romero’s genre-defining zombie movies.
dawn of the dead returns to cinemas in 3D this Halloween weekend. Tickets for the screenings can be purchased directly from Regal’s website.
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