Residents of an island battle a zombie epidemic and search for a way to bring their dead relatives back to life.
When it comes to zombie movies, it's hard not to think of George Romero. The "godfather" of zombies may not have created them — zombies have been around since the 1930s — but he certainly created the modern, popularized version of zombies starting with 1968's Night of the Living Dead. Now 70, Romero has finished his sixth Dead movie in his 40-year career, Survival of the Dead, which serves as a continuation of the zombie apocalypse "reboot" Romero himself started with 2007's Diary of the Dead. For the first time in Romero's zombie career, he is making a quasi-sequel, following a smaller character (played by Alan Van Sprang) from Diary, and giving his center stage in a different movie. Romero explained his motivation for Survival in a interview with ShockTillYouDrop.
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