• Dude222

    ★★★★★ Added by Dude222

    perfect remake, even better than the original in my opinion. Best Zombie movie out there


  • Gore Blimey

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Gore Blimey 02 Jan, 2015

    As the world wakes up to find a zombie epidemic has spread overnight, a group of survivors takes refuge in a shopping mall.

    Remaking Romero's cult classic, Dawn Of The Dead, could be seen as either very brave, or simply asking for trouble. Especially if you're going to change the zombies to make them fast moving. But I have to say Zack Snyder has done a remarkable job. The story begins with a shocking pre-credits sequence, which rapidly takes us…


  • Travis Lytle

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Travis Lytle 31 Oct, 2014

    It may have taken an equal dose of sacrilege and hubris to think remaking George A. Romero's "Dawn of the Dead" was a good idea, but director, Zack Snyder, and writer, James Gunn, pulled it off. Their "Dawn of the Dead" may lack the narrative subtly and suggestion of Romero's film, but the 2004 version is ferocious, frightful, and fully involving in and of itself. One of that year's best horror films, the other being a certain, England-set zombie romp,…


  • Dave A Vannatta

    ★★★★★ Added by Dave A Vannatta

    I hate to say it but this remake blows Romero's version away (sorry George). The zombies are much faster and the group of survivors are more diverse. This is one remake that gets it right.


  • Chris Smith

    ★★★★★ Added by Chris Smith

    Zack Snyder’s 2004 remake of the classic George A. Romero zombie movie “Dawn of the Dead” was a milestone in many ways. It helped launch Snyder’s career and has since directed “300” and “Watchmen”. “Dawn” is a spectacular remake, some say better that the original. It introduced us to the fast, sprinting zombies. It did however also help set in motion the trend of remaking every old horror they could dig up no matter how bad it is.

    “Dawn” follows…


  • Kyle Lauren

    ★★★★★ Watched by Kyle Lauren 21 Mar, 2004

    Well now, this movie kicked about 1,800 different varieties of ass. Everything was just horror-movie-perfect. Nothing was too overdone. It wasn't about showing death in many new and fashionable ways. It was just plain cool. The soundtrack was perfectly awesome. I mean, a lounge-act cover of Disturbed's "The Sickness"? Inspired! If you go see this movie, stay for the credits. If you don't, you'll think the movie ended totally differently than it actually does. I wanna see it again!!



  • John LaTour

    ★★★★★ Watched by John LaTour 14 Jan, 2010

    Like the 2003 Texas Chainsaw Massacre, the idea of this film took a bit of getting used to at first. The original Dawn is a classic, and knowing that George Romero has a script for the fourth in that series, why would anyone wanna spend money on redoing what was already done instead of funding him?

    Well, despite all of that, this movie is a blast. While the first was groundbreaking and had more social commentary inlaid, this is much…


  • Randle McMurphy

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Randle McMurphy 21 Jul, 2013

    My favorite zombie movie of all time (after Shaun of the Dead, but that one is just a comedy). Review coming soon.


  • Jerry Downing

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Jerry Downing 15 Jul, 2013

    July Challenge: connection to previous movie - Sarah Polley

    This is one of those remakes that I wanted to hate so badly when it was first announced. When I eventually saw it, I loved it. I'd even say it's the best remake of the 2000's. The opening credit sequence is one of my favorites. I love that they took the original idea of characters trapped in a mall during a zombie outbreak but then created a totally fresh story around it.


  • turnaboutint

    ★★★★★ Added by turnaboutint

    At least as good as the original


  • Lyndell Clark

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Lyndell Clark 04 May, 2013

    This is the movie that made me just stop blindly hating modern remakes before seeing it for myself. I wanted to hate it from the moment I heard it was being made. Remaking the greatest movie ever made? Blasphemy. I ended up loving it though. They did what I think good remakes do...you take the central idea (ie zombies / mall) and then make your own movie.


  • Redmaker

    ★★★★★ Added by Redmaker

    Die ganz obere Liga des erwachsenen Filmvergnügens. Ein unverwüstliches Setting, Anarchie an allen Ecken und der Untergang der Menschheit, wie er bei einer Zombieapokalypse wohl nicht unterhaltsamer laufen könnte. Überzeugende Schauspieler und eine bis zum letzten Schnitt spannende Story sorgen dafür, dass dieser Film mich auch beim mittlerweile nicht mehr gezählten, wiederholten schauen immer noch grandios unterhält.