In 1967 a group of Ten friends decided to put up their own money to make a horror film, they unknowingly created a movie that would have a profound impact on the horror genre for many years to come.
Nearly Fifty years after it was made, Night Of The Living Dead has stood the test of time, and is still going strong, gaining popularity and new fans all around the world .
It keeps coming back in a bloodthirsty lust for HUMAN FLESH!
Now, thanks to the original camera negative, which has been carefully guarded for many years by the films original producers in Pittsburgh, Image Ten, A restoration was overseen by George A. Romero and Image Ten—most especially, Gary Streiner, Russ Streiner, and John Russo— with restoration work done by Cineric Inc, NYC, and Audio Mechanics, Burbank, CA. DCP.MoMA and The Film Foundation have returned the film to its full, original glory.
On November 5 2016 , Romero introduced the world premiere of the new 4K digital restoration at the Museum of Modern Art,
Janus Films will rollout NOTLD’s first-ever major restoration, opening on October 13 at New York’s Film Forum, soon to be followed by a national release.