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Dawn of the Dead (10-Mar-2004)

Director: Zack Snyder

Writer: James Gunn

Keywords: Horror, Zombie, Cannibalism, Sniper, Explosions

Remake of the 1978 horror classic of the same name follows survivors of a worldwide zombie epidemic as they hole up in an oversized shopping mall.

Remake of George Romero's 1978 film, Dawn of the Dead. Ana, a young nurse happily married to a loving husband, must escape her home in the Midwest when his corpse comes back to life shortly after being murdered by their next-door neighbor. Chaos rules the day, it would seem, as Ana is treated to the sight of a zombie apocalypse ravaging not only her neighborhood but the entire planet, ultimately winding up in a large mall with a cast of fellow survivors from various walks of life as they attempt to withstand the ongoing madness and make it out to an island sanctuary believed to be free of zombies.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Lindy Booth
2-Apr-1979   Claudia on Relic Hunter
Ty Burrell
22-Aug-1967   Phil Dunphy on Modern Family
Jayne Eastwood
17-Dec-1946   Chicago
Louis Ferreira
20-Feb-1967   Everett Young on Stargate Universe
Ken Foree
29-Feb-1948   Dawn of the Dead
Matt Frewer
4-Jan-1958   Max Headroom
Michael Kelly
22-May-1968   Det. Crocker on Kojak revival
Mekhi Phifer
29-Dec-1974   Dr. Greg Pratt on E.R.
Sarah Polley
8-Jan-1979   Road to Avonlea
Ving Rhames
12-May-1959   Marsellus Wallace in Pulp Fiction
Tom Savini
Film Director
3-Nov-1946   Special effects master
Jake Weber
19-Mar-1964   Joe Dubois on Medium
Kevin Zegers
19-Sep-1984   Air Bud


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