Well the last thread kind of got swallowed up, so I'll post this again. https://archive.org/details/night_of_the_living_dead
Film-maker George Romero has died at the age of 77. Some of you might know of him as "the guy who made Night of the Living Dead", but there's a lot more to it than that. When he made that movie, he also created most of the modern conventions of zombies and the the "zombie apocalypses" genre. What you think of as a "zombie"? George Romero literally invented that.
Hundreds and hundreds of movies, TV shows, video games, books and and everything in-between wouldn't exist without what he created.
So we owe a lot more to George Romero than just a hand full of films. With that in mind, if you never have, I think everyone here should take a moment to watch the original "Night of the Living Dead." It's (legally) free, because a mistake in editing made the movie public domain earlier than it should have been. Sucks for the studio, but it also means that the movie literally belongs to us all. May George Romero rest peacefully, unlike the monsters in his movies. https://archive.org/details/night_of_the_living_dead