Night of the Living Dead 3D

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Night of the Living Dead 3D
Night of the Living Dead 3-D.jpg
Poster art
Directed byJeff Broadstreet
Produced byJeff Broadstreet
Screenplay byRobert Valding
Based onNight of the Living Dead
by George A. Romero
John A. Russo
StarringBrianna Brown
Joshua Desroches
Johanna Black
Greg Travis
Sid Haig
Music byJason Brandt
CinematographyAndrew Parke
Edited byRobert Valding
Distributed byLux Digital Pictures
Release date
  • November 10, 2006 (2006-11-10)
Running time
80 minutes
CountryUnited States
Box office$1,553,837

Night of the Living Dead 3D or Night of the Living DE3D is a 2006 horror film made in 3D.[1][2] It is the second remake of the 1968 horror classic Night of the Living Dead. The first remake was released in 1990 and was directed by Tom Savini from a revised screenplay by George A. Romero. Unlike the first remake, no one involved with the original is involved with this version. The original film was never properly copyrighted, and so it has fallen into the public domain, making this remake possible with no permission from the original's creators (the original movie can actually be seen playing on TV in this version).

It was released on DVD on October 9, 2007 in two separate versions, the original 3D format which includes four pairs of anaglyph (red/blue) 3D glasses, and a 2D version that does not require nor include any 3D glasses.


In this latest interpretation, the characters Barb and her brother Johnny arrive late for their aunt's funeral and find the cemetery overrun with zombies. After Johnny abandons her, Barb flees the cemetery and is rescued by Ben, a local college student. The two seek refuge in the nearby farmhouse of the Cooper family (Henry & Hellie Cooper, Henry's daughter and Hellie's stepdaughter Karen, farmhand Owen, and farmhand Tom and his girlfriend Judy), and attempt to live through the night along with other survivors, including the pyrophobic mortician, Gerald Tovar, Jr. As Barb and Ben attempt to convince the Cooper family that the zombies are heading to the house, Tom and Judy are attacked while having sex in the barn. After hearing Judy's screams, Barb and the rest of the household attempt to save her, but they are too late. When Tovar arrives, he explains what is happening. Owen the farmhand and Karen succumb to zombie bites and become undead.

Barb and Ben leave with Tovar to what they believe is safety, while Henry and Hellie barricade themselves upstairs. Henry, who was bitten by a reanimated Karen and thus doomed to become a zombie, and Hellie, who is completely distraught over the death of her stepdaughter and the eventual reanimation of Henry, decide to commit suicide, and do so. After reaching his house, Tovar knocks Ben out and reveals that he was the one who brought the zombies back to life, even so much as bringing his own father back and feeding him with his own blood. Barb sets the house on fire, but Tovar catches her and brings her back to the mortuary along with an unconscious Ben in the trunk. Ultimately, Tovar plans to have Barb reborn as a zombie, but Barb gets the upper hand and throws him to a pack of zombies, who devour him. Barb and Ben escape and lock the other zombies in the garage. Ben realizes that he has been impaled with a tire iron, but is apparently unharmed; moments later, he transforms into a zombie. Barb uses the last bullet to kill him, and the zombies break through the gate.


  • Brianna Brown as Barb
  • Joshua DesRoces as Ben
  • Sid Haig as Gerald Tovar, Jr.
  • Greg Travis as Henry Cooper
  • Johanna Black as Hellie Cooper
  • Adam Chambers as Owen
  • Ken Ward as Johnny
  • Alynia Phillips as Karen Cooper
  • Max Williams as Tom
  • Cristin Michele as Judy


A prequel, titled Night of the Living Dead 3D: Re-Animation, was released in 2012 starring Andrew Divoff, Jeffrey Combs, Denice Duff and directed by Jeff Broadstreet.[3][4][5][6][7]


The end credits theme is entitled "Control", is part of the album "Sleepwalker" of the band "Radford", was released in 2004.


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  2. ^ J.C. Maçek III (2012-06-15). "The Zombification Family Tree: Legacy of the Living Dead". PopMatters.
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