Land of the Dead Reviews

April 27, 2019
There's a knowing intelligence at play as Romero peppers his script with spiky humor and references to mass consumerism and the nature of freedom.
October 30, 2017
George A. Romero's Land of the Dead is a decent follow up to his classic "Dead" trilogy, delivering compelling characters, a thrilling narrative, and plenty of zombie action/gore.
August 24, 2017
There is so much symbolism that after a time, this feels less like a film than a thinly veiled lecture on the current global situation. But this has always been Romero's metier.
February 23, 2016
The Dead Lands offers an odd mix of cultural identity that falls prey to clichéd tropes and one-dimensional characters.
February 18, 2012
March 22, 2011
Romero's zombie movies have always been about people, not zombies. That's what makes them work so well and Land of the Dead is no exception.
April 29, 2009
Romero is back and just as good as he was then...
April 16, 2009
Gory sight gags and intestine eating abound in this must-see movie for fans of the horror genre.
July 19, 2008
While it's hardly Romero's scariest achievement, it is a thrilling, disturbing commentary on a man-eat-man world that hits just close enough to home to give viewers an uncomfortable pause.
June 19, 2008
Romero's best film in a quarter century ...
October 6, 2007
Land of the Dead may be the baddest genre film this side of Y2K.
September 24, 2007
With a master's control, Romero sets his characters in motion and against each other.
July 14, 2007
July 6, 2007
a weak, if fun, appendix to Romero's excellent trilogy.
March 1, 2007
If this does turn out to be the 65-year-old director's last foray into this territory, it's a great note to go out on.
November 10, 2006
I can't recommend this film enough.
October 30, 2006
August 5, 2006
Romero is more interested in Technicolor gore effects and in young people shooting big guns than in telling a frightening story.
May 12, 2006
March 10, 2006
The film has one of the best lines of the year, by Hopper, 'Zombies, man, they creep me out.'