Return of the Living Dead is a zombie comedy film series that consists of five films beginning with the 1985 film The Return of the Living Dead. While the first film was a commercial success, none of the four sequels have enjoyed anything near the success and cult status of the first film.
"The Dead Return" by J. Peter Robinson; Although not included on the soundtrack, "Bad Case of Loving You" by Robert Palmer is also featured in the movie. Reception. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds a 5% rating from 21 reviews. On Metacritic it has a rating of 45 based on 6 critic reviews indicating "mixed or average reviews". Home video
Return of the Living Dead: Rave to the Grave (Ellory Elkayem, 2005) Then, in 1998, Russo went back to the original Night of the Living Dead to reshoot extra sequences into the film. This version, which was officially named Night of the Living Dead: 30th Anniversary Edition, added a subplot, alternate opening, and new score. Russo followed this ...
Each film traces the evolution of the living dead epidemic in the United States and humanity's desperate attempts to cope with it. As in Night of the Living Dead, Romero peppered the other films in the series with critiques specific to the periods in which they were released. Return of the Living Dead series
Production Concept. The film has its roots in a novel by John Russo also called Return of the Living Dead. When Russo and George A. Romero parted ways after their 1968 film Night of the Living Dead, Russo retained the rights to any titles featuring Living Dead while Romero was free to create his own series of sequels, beginning with Dawn of the Dead.
Night of the Living Dead is a zombie horror media franchise created by George A. Romero beginning with the 1968 film, Night of the Living Dead directed by Romero and co-written with John A. Russo. The franchise predominantly centers on different groups of people attempting to survive during the outbreak and evolution of a zombie apocalypse .
In a California town at a military chemical warfare base, a deadly experiment involving the Trioxen gas from "Return of the Living Dead 1 & 2" as it brings the dead back to ghastly life as they crave human brains and Col. Reynolds (Kent McCord) wants to keep them under control.