Night of the Living Dead
Night of the Living Dead (2006)

In this 3D chiller, Barb and her brother Johnny arrive late for the burial of their aunt and walk straight into a nightmare. With zombies on her heels, Barb flees the cemetery and is rescued by Ben, a local college student. The two seek… More

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Rated: R
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Genre: Horror
Release Date: October 9, 2007
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Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Justin Chang

What is the point of a 3-D zombie movie when the story and the scares have zero dimension to begin with?

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Mark Palermo
Coast (Halifax, Nova Scotia)

The look of Night of the Living Dead 3D can be replicated by holding translucent red and blue Jolly Ranchers in front of your eyes while running in a park at night.

Luke Y. Thompson
L.A. Weekly

As a 3-D zombie flick on the big screen, it offers something new and fun: Zombies, breasts and copious joint-passing coming right out of the screen.

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Brian Orndorf

Broadstreet can barely keep up with his own filmmaking incompetence, directing a cast that resembles small town community theater understudies, and following a script that prompts every character to talk, and talk, and talk.

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Mike Barnard
Future Movies UK

This is a remake which isn't trying to make any bold statement or add gloss to an old movie, it's a tongue-in-cheek offering that's fun as you can tell all involved had wry smiles on the face when they made it.

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Flixster User Reviews
Conner Rainwater
The only worthwhile thing was Sid Haig's two minute cameo where he is beating the shit out of zombies with a shovel. It's another failed attempt to… More
Chad Roesti
Trys to Rip off the original Night of the living dead buts sucks badly.
Brian De Guelle
Avoided this one.
Leo L
It had great effects, the dialogue was cheesy!
Caesar Mendez
Remakes in the horror genre rarely matched the original and fewer surpass the original. Sure there are some great remakes like The Fly (1986) and The Thing… More
Laurence Collin
Terrible. Terrible. Terrible. There's not a scare to be found, no suspense, no laughs, no gore, no nothing. Even as a campy horror comedy, the movie is an… More