Dawn of the Dead (1978)

George Romero’s sequel to 1968’s Night of the Living Dead tracks a zombie invasion from a besieged news station to a shopping mall, where a small band of survivors try to ward off an army of the undead and a whole lot of symbolism about consumerism.

It’s a violent, jolting zombie movie, a sharp-eyed satire, and a fabulous time capsule of late 1970s grit. One of our favorite 1970s horror movies.

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