Dawn of the Dead (1978) REMUX 2160P 4K ULTRA HD

Dawn of the Dead (1978) REMUX 2160P 4K ULTRA HD
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–°ountry: USA | Italy
Genre: Adventure
Language: English, Italian
Cast: David Emge, Ken Foree, Scott H. Reiniger, Gaylen Ross, David Crawford, David Early, Richard France, Howard Smith, Daniel Dietrich, Fred Baker, James A. Baffico, Rod Stouffer, Jese Del Gre, Clayton McKinnon, John Rice...
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Following an ever-growing epidemic of zombies that have risen from the dead movie Dawn of the Dead (1978) in 4K Ultra HD quality blu-ray, download and watch REMUX 4K - original blu-ray disk, two Philadelphia S.W.A.T. team members, a traffic reporter, and his television executive girlfriend seek refuge in a secluded shopping mall.


Dawn of the Dead (1978) REMUX REVIEW
There's not much use denying it George A. Romero's "Dawn of the Dead" is one of the chosen few, absolute greatest horror films ever made and it's fairly unimaginable that a powerful movie like this will ever come out again. Even more than its 1968 predecessor, the landmark known as "Night of the Living Dead", this film contains literally everything to satisfy even the most demanding fan of horror cinema. Some films attempt to reach a maximum level of high tension throughout; some have eminent directors and/or a professional cast; some horrors will distinguish themselves from the rest by providing a lot of gore & gruesome make-up effects and others completely rely on uniquely atmospheric set pieces and filming locations. "Dawn of the Dead" consists of ALL these trademarks and yet a whole lot more! This film more or less begins where "Night" ended, with an alarming increase of zombies that feast their way through America. The opening sequences masterfully capture the growing sense of mass hysteria and disbelief in a TV-studio, where a 'scientist' warns the population not to regard these walking corpses as former family members or friends, but as mere monsters on the constant lookout for human flesh to feed on. Film watch and download 4K 2160p UHD. These scenes introduce Peter and Francine, who plan to escape the big city in a helicopter. Cut to another very perplexing series of action sequences in which fellow policemen Stephen & Peter battle their way through a zombie-infested apartment building. Eventually these four characters flee together and entrench themselves in a large shopping mall complex. They can fairly easily handle the menace of the zombies here, but the biggest danger comes from typical human greed and selfishness. It's downright amazing how Romero manages to present such an implausible topic like zombie mayhem in such a realistic and incredibly disturbing way. He already did that in "Night of the Living Dead" but "Dawn" is entirely different film all together, since it contains a lot more humor and intelligently subtle society-mockery. The gore is sensational and plentiful (thank you, Tom Savini!) but the film never at one point drags in the tension or bad editing department. It's just, in one word, the perfect horror movie. There exist more than a dozen different versions of this film, which are all worth seeing at least once if only to spot the differences. Particularly recommended are Romero's original director's cut (duh!!) and Argento's European cut. This latter cuts a little on the dialogues and humor, but it features another brilliant soundtrack by Goblin! I could easily write another five page-essay about the genius of this movie, but it would just constantly re-confirm that it's absolute must-see! In case you haven't yet, make "Dawn of the Dead" a priority and also make sure you've got the horror-munchies!

Technical Specs
Six-Disc Limited Edition UHD Combo Pack
UHD-66 Dual-Layer Disc / 5 BD-50 Dual-Layer Discs
Region Free (UHD Only)
Region B Locked (Blu-ray Discs)

Video Resolution/Codec
2160p HEVC/H.265
1080p/AVC MPEG-4
Aspect Ratio(s)
1.85:1

Audio Formats
English DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
English DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Mono
Italian DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1
Italian DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0 Mono

Subtitles/Captions
English
Italian
Supplements
Audio Commentary
Interviews
Featurettes
Still Gallery
Trailers
Postcards
Booklet

File size: 54.14 GB


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