Saturday, June 7, 2008

NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD - Scott Vladimir Licina - "Zombies" (1968)

For some obscure reason, "Night Of The Living Dead" doesn't really seem like a 60's movie to me, I guess that just shows how far old lonesome George was ahead of his time.

The original music score is attributed to Scott Vladimir Licina, but Ib Glindemann, Philip Green, Geordie Hormel, William Loose, Jack Meakin, and Spencer Moore all had their stock music used in this movie, so who knows who is really responsible for what. Just say George Romero did it all and be done with it!

Naked zombies make sense if you think about it, or try and picture a zombie tieing his shoes, and why would a zombie even bother putting shoes on or getting dressed anyway? They got nobody to impress!!

The music doesn't rock or swing but it sure is eerie! George opened up the portals of Hades, and out sprang a whole generation of DIY film makers, so yeah, you can basically say that the whole industry went to hell at this point in time, leastwise that would be our humble opinion anyway!!

Uh, oh, unlike certain varieties of vampires, werewolves and mummies, these zombies die if they get shot.
Screw the doves and deer, new style hunting season just opened!!


Greg Goodsell said...

I saw actress Judith O'Dea ("They're coming to get you, Barbara!") last month and she still looks great -- and she's still acting!

Anonymous said...

Tabonga have pic 3 for wallpaper!!

Monster Music

Monster Music
AAARRGGHHH!!!! Ya'll Come On Back Now, Y'Hear??