Watched this last night. For some reason I didn't think about writing a review for it till now. Go figure :dead: Anyways, bout the movie, don't go in expecting a classic. Romero redifined the genre several years ago with his initial entry in the field. He has done much since then but nothing really to rival what he had done back then with his Dawn of the Dead flick. This zombie flick has the usual suspects, cheap thrills and bad characters but unusually for the first time (in my experience) he humanizes the zombies. Spoiler There is a zombie who somehow has started to think and learn as the dead return to the land as zombies. He learns and his experiences and the choices he makes and the way in which teh zombies overcome obstacles that many of their "alive" counter-parts set for them is quite refreshing. The acting is hardly top notch, Leguizamo does a good job just is sort of wasted. Asia Argento similarly. Dennis Hopper has his moments as well. Some rather funny one-liners lost in-between the un-funny stuff. Robert Joy is absolutely brilliant, a little repetitive but I loved his character Also Eugene Clark as the "head" zombie is fabulous. He has no lines, just "Grrrr, rawrrrr, grrrrrrrr !!!" :smoker: I don't know if this movie is good or just better than some of the other crap I have seen recently but I thought it was worthy of a decko If you like mindless fun and don't mind a little blood/gore and language, give this movie a look. Romero doesn't strike out on this endeavor. My rating, 3.5/5 Osnn stars.