"**** THERE’S PLENTY TO DELIGHT IN ROMERO’S SIXTH ZOMBIE EAT-‘EM-UP. The film’s final image is a mythopoetic doozy, HILARIOUS AND HUMBLING ALL AT ONCE."
"THE BEST HORROR-COMEDY-WESTERN YOU’LL EVER SEE."
"RABIDLY ENTERTAINING! One of the best looking of Romero’s films with sharp jabs of black humor, wild moments of intestine-chomping gore and surprising bursts of social commentary."
"Romero is a fount of inspiration. Scarcely a zombie dies in a boring way."
"A ROLLICKING, RAMBUNCTIOUS, OFTEN HILARIOUS, FREQUENTLY REVOLTING INVERSION OF GENRES THAT COULD ONLY COME FROM ROMERO. A great, eccentric, tightly paced and unconventional film. Viewed as a piece of Romero’s ongoing cinematic puzzle, IT’S ESSENTIAL."
"*** It mixes genres and milieus with absurdist glee."
"Survival of the Dead is, hands down, the best Dead film since Day."
"Survival is the funniest Dead film."
"…it's a damn good, damn interesting, damn unique film from a filmmaker who isn't resting on his laurels but rather still earning our respect and loyalty."
"A WELCOME RETURN TO FORM FOR ROMERO. The most picturesque of his zombie film. There’s infectious humor, pathos and intensity and old-fashioned directorial mastery."
"KUDOS TO THE GRAND OLD MAN OF THE DEAD FOR RECLAIMING WHAT’S HIS, ON HIS TERMS."
"****1/2. Arguably one of the best in the ‘of the dead’ series."
"Old school horrorheads will find enough here to rejoice."
"A LOT OF FUN. Strong laughs, lots of zombie mayhem and a fantastic lead performance by Kenneth West."
The newest film from horror master George A. Romero (legendary creator of the Night of the Living Dead franchise) picks up where Diary of the Dead leaves off. On a small island off the coast of Delaware, live two families locked in a struggle for power and control over the fate of the undead. The O’Flynns approach the zombie plague with a shoot-to-kill attitude. The Muldoons feel that the zombies should be quarantined and kept “alive,” in hopes that a solution will be discovered. For both families, existence on Plum Island is a nightmarish world where humans are the minority and zombies rule.
George A. Romero
Alan Van Sprang
George A. Romero