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Old 26-04-21, 23:07   #39461
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Night of the Living Dead (1990)

I grew up watching this version and it still holds up well. It's rare to see a remake of a movie exceeding the original, but the original is still great though.

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Night of the Living Dead (1990)

I grew up watching this version and it still holds up well. It's rare to see a remake of a movie exceeding the original, but the original is still great though.
Was this film made on a really cheap budget or am I confusing it with a different film?
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Old 27-04-21, 13:31   #39463
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Was this film made on a really cheap budget or am I confusing it with a different film?
The original's budget was $114,000, so it's much more raw & amateur compared to the remake's $4.2 million budget. Interestingly the 1968 version still remains in public domain to this day, as they failed to include a copyright indication for the release.
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The original's budget was $114,000, so it's much more raw & amateur compared to the remake's $4.2 million budget. Interestingly the 1968 version still remains in public domain to this day, as they failed to include a copyright indication for the release.
I seem to recall watching a tiny bit of The Night Of The Living Dead and not liking it and thinking that the budget must've been razor thin. I might be confusing it with something else or maybe I'm not.
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Ugly Betty

Watching this show for the first time in over a decade. I remember the first two seasons being so great.
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Agatha Christie's Poirot - Death on the Nile
Agatha Christie's Poirot - Murder on the Orient Express

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The Boy 2 (2020)
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