George A. Romero's Survival of the Dead

de George A. Romero


Humans continue to cause as much trouble (or more) than the living dead in the new movie from master of terror George A. Romero. Barely a week after the dead began to walk, the world has been thrown into utter chaos. A group of soldiers, led by a tough sergeant, decide to take refuge on a nearby island, not even imagining that the supposed paradise is also the conflictive scene of a long-running dispute between two family clans, the O’Flynns and the Muldons. Loaded with irony, the incombustible Pittsburgh filmmaker adds certain classic western elements to this survival horror movie that re-updates his particular zombiesque universe.


George A. Romero

He debuted with Night of the Living Dead (68), founding the legend of the modern zombie. His work combines fantasy and satire and other outstanding movies in his filmography are Martin (77), Dawn of the Dead or Creepshow (82).

Technical information

Edition: 2009
Section: Official Fantàstic Panorama
Original language: English