A biological weapon gone awry is only the start of problems in the little town of Evan’s City, Pennsylvania. Bouts of insanity in the populace are leading to murder and rioting, until the US Army turns up – and things really start going to hell. –IMDb
Born George Andrew Romero on February 4, 1940 in New York City. Romero was passionate about filmmaking from an early age. After attending Carnegie-Mellon University, he worked in the industrial film business making commercials and shorts. In 1968, he released his first full-length feature, a horror film called Night of the Living Dead. Shot in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, the low-budget film soon reached cult status. Romero subsequently turned it into a trilogy with 1978’s Dawn of the Living Dead and 1985’s Day of the Dead.
Known for mobilizing tiny budgets to create unforgettable scare flicks, Romero also directed Creepshow (1980), Martin (1978) and the TV show Tales From the Darkside (1984-1986). Though the success of his Dead trilogy afforded him bigger budgets and higher profile actors, Romero failed to attain the same level of success later in his career.
Romero is married to actress Christine Forrest. They have three children. —bio.
Fin dove è capace di spingersi una persona quando non esiste più nessuna regola morale?Saltano tutti i preconcetti e torniamo degli animali.La regia di Romero è ottima,statica,essenziale e dà al film un'atmosfera fredda,spietata,senza speranza,con un'angoscia e uno straniamento che non mollano mai.A volte non si capisce neanche cosa stia succedendo,si capisce solo che non c'è scampo.Pochi mezzi,ma critica enorme.4*
Fascinating anti-military sci-fi thriller taking up THE NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD's framework with an important modification. This time, the heroes have to confront two kinds of enemies : army soldiers disguised as penguins and civilians gone mad. They are the Crazies. A nervous editing enables the director to somewhat mask his budget pressure. Highly recommended.