DOTD

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DOTDDepartment of Transportation and Development (Louisiana)
DOTDDawn of the Dance (Monster High doll line)
DOTDDrink of the Day
DOTDDaughters of the Dragon (Marvel Comics)
DOTDDeal of the Day
DOTDDawn of the Dead (movie)
DOTDDay of the Dead (movie)
DOTDDaily of the Day
DOTDDiary of the Dead (movie)
DOTDDawn of the Dragon (video game)
DOTDDay of the Diesels (Thomas the Tank Engine)
DOTDDirectorate Of Training & Doctrine
DOTDDescendants of the Dragon (game)
DOTDDumbass Of The Day
DOTDDate of the Day
DOTDDestiny of the Daleks (Dr. Who TV series)
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He made a dozen horror movies, including Crazies, Zombie 2, and Diary of the Dead. He presented his last work, Survival of the Dead, at the 2009 film festival in Venice.
Living Dead spawned an entire school of zombie knock-offs, and Romero's own sequels were 1978's Dawn of the Dead, 1985's Day of the Dead, 2005's Land of the Dead, 2007's Diary of the Dead and 2009's George A.
Other sequels included "Day of the Dead" in 1985, "Land of the Dead" in 2005, "Diary of the Dead" in 2007 and "Survival of the Dead" in 2009, all which Romero directed.
Elisabeth Bronfen's "Gothic Wars--Media's Lust: On the Cultural Afterlife of the War Dead" connects World War I poetry with George Romero's Diary of the Dead (2007), which "treats the zombie film as a recycling of a notion of war's haunting inherited from WWI, to the extent that the poetic rendition of a soldier, decomposing in foreign soil, assumes a far more sinister tone" (15).
Separated by several decades, George Romero's Night of the Living Dead [1968] and Diary of the Dead [2007] envision the end of the world when the dead begin coming back to "life" and eating their victims.
Romero's following feature films will be screened: Night of the Living Dead (1968); There's Always Vanilla (1971); Season of the Witch (1972); The Crazies (1973); Martin (1977); Dawn of the Dead (1978); Knightriders (1981); Creepshow (1982); Day of the Dead (1985); Monkey Shines (1988); Two Evil Eyes (1990), co-directed by Dario Argento; The Dark Half (1993); Bruiser (2000); Land of the Dead (2005); Diary of the Dead (2007); Survival of the Dead (2009).
Sookie finds the diary of the dead woman and reads about how she met a vampire and fell in love with him.
However, Romero's return to the subgenre with Diary of the Dead (2008) has not been particularly critically and commercially successful and thus arguably might deserve a less important place in this analysis.
Diary of the Dead NIGHT of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, Day of the Dead, Land of the Dead - George A Romero's predilection for zombie based films seemed to be as deathless as their slowly rotting subject matter.
Diary Of The Dead. Just how many times are we meant to pay to watch people getting killed on wobbly cameras?
With Shaun of the Dead (2004), Edgar reinvented the zombie movie in a (British) way that even pioneering Americans like George A Romero (Diary of the Dead, 2007) have been unable to do.
With Diary of the Dead (2007), Romero arguably restarts the Dead series with a new focus on self-reflexivity aimed at decrying media manipulation.