The third entry in George A. Romero's 'Living Dead' series, this time around centred on a group of soldiers and scientists stuck in an underground bunker as debates rage on over research versus violence versus escape.
I absolutely loved this, just as much as the first two classics. Romero understands better than anyone that what's interesting about a zombie film is not the zombies, but how we react to them. Apocalyptic situations can turn us into monsters and here Romero takes aim at American military arrogance and authoritarianism gone wild.
In this one the humans are unequivocally the monsters.
On top of that this is full of carnage that'll satisfy any gore fan, with some deliciously brutal kills and satisfying payoffs to boot.
Romero really is the master when it comes to zombies.