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Halloween Horrorfest- Night of the Living Dead Animated: 2021

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The animated film Night of the Living Dead was released in 1968 and is considered one of the most influential films ever made. The film’s low budget led to a grainy black-and-white appearance which added to its horror effect. Night of the Living Dead is still popular with some people because it has been referenced so many times in TV shows, video games, and other movies. In 2021, an animated sequel will be released that takes place 40 years after the original movie!

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George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead has resonated in pop culture for over 50 years and now, its 1968 animated adaptation, Night of the Animated Dead is creating a whole new wave of zombies.

Romero's Night of the Living Dead Lands R-Rated Animated Remake


After nearly fifty years since the original film was released, the night of a living dead animated remake finally arrives on September 14th. The voice cast includes Josh Duhamel as Harry Cooper, Dulé Hill as Ben, Katharine Isabelle as Barbara, James Roday Rodriguez as Tom, and Katee Sackhoffas Judy.

The film is an animated adaptation and a remake of the 1968 horror classic. It is directed by Jason Axinn, with a 2019 animated horror feature as his prior project. The screenplay was written by Richard Potter, Thomas DeFeo, and Jamie Elliott.

Having originally released in 1968, Night of the Living Dead achieved success by playing on societal fears during a time when society needed it most. George Romero wrote the script with John Russo, who had extensive experience concerning horror and science fiction films. The film did not specifically use the term “zombie” but instead hit upon all our deepest fears about what could happen if we were ever forced into war, while also satisfying our need for summer fun at drive-in theaters across America.


Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s new animated film,  Night of the Animated Dead, will be released on Blu-ray and DVD this fall.

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