George A. Romero didn't invent zombies, but his low-budget horror chiller about people on the run from the flesh-eating undead became a cult classic - and the inspiration for dozens of spinoffs and sequels.
Fascinating opening from director Bill Gunn, minister and chauffeur Luther (Sam Waymon) narrating as he introduces his boss Dr. Hess (Duane Jones), in Ganja And Hess, 1973.
Troubled, and addicted to blood, Dr. Hess (Duane Jones) conferring with his new assistant and expert George Meda (Bill Gunn, the director and screenwriter), imagninings taking over, early in Ganja And Hess, 1973.
Ben (Duane Jones) and fellow thus-far survivors watching the telly for news of the zombies, George Kosana as Sheriff McClelland stealing the scenes, near the climax of George A. Romero's original Night Of The Living Dead, 1968.
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A true cult classic -- and one of the scariest movies of all time! The dead are walking and hunger for human flesh
All of New York is their stage when the Big Apple's hottest hip hoppers ignite in this uplifting story of teenagers who dream of making it in the recording business. A musical love story with fabulous songs and flashy dance sequences. Breakdancing, rapping, graffiti art, and DJ scratching are the driving beat!
Urban ghetto kids from the South Bronx find creative outlets in painting graffiti, breakdancing, rapping and developing new disco D.J. routines.
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