Daniel Pilon’s review published on Letterboxd:
About the inevitability of images. It remains one of the best found footage movies. Romero leaves the political commentary that permeated the previous 4 films a bit aside to now leave his impression on the change toward the trivialization of the camera. Ten years later, the speech "If it did not happen on camera, it's like it did not happen, right?" sounds even more powerful than it had at the time, with the difference that now even fewer events are not captured.