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", and the answer is "okay." Unlike, say Dawn of the Dead (not on Shudder), Night is pretty placid most of the time.
The story conventions are classic and the black-and-white cinematography still looks excellent, but some of the performances are downright irritating, particularly that of Judith O’Dea as Barbara.
Duane Jones more than makes up for that as the heroic Ben, however, in a story that is very self-sufficient and provincial—just one small group of people in a house, with no real thought to the wider world.
It’s a horror film that is a MUST SEE for every student of the genre, which is easy, considering that the film actually remains in the public domain.
It doesn’t fully commit to the inversion of protagonist/antagonist of the source material, but it makes the use of Price’s magnetic screen presence and ability to monologue.But in terms of entertainment value, Romero would perfect the genre in his next few efforts.Also recommended: The 1990 remake of this film by Tom Savini, which is unfairly derided just for being faithful to its source. The Kid Year: 1921 Director: Charlie Chaplin Charlie Chaplin’s first full-length film and one of his finest achievements, The Kid tells the story of an abandoned child and the life he builds with The Little Tramp.No one ever watches a Vincent Price movie and thinks “I wish there was less Vincent Price in this,” and The Last Man on Earth delivers a showcase for the actor at the height of his powers.Night of the Living Dead director George Romero has stated that without The Last Man on Earth, the modern zombie would never have been conceived. Night of the Living Dead Year: 1968 Director: George A.