George A. Romero's classic 1968 film, Night of the Living Dead, has been revered among horror buffs and moviegoers since its release. It introduced a new era of gut-munching cinematic mayhem and inspired legions of directors and writers, among them Quentin Tarantino, George Lucas, Stephen King, and Steven Spielberg. John A. Russo, who co-wrote the screenplay for Night of the Living Dead, turned the flesh-eating frenzy into two blood-drenched novels which have been unavailable for thirty years. Now combined in one gory, chilling volume, guaranteed to delight (and disgust) horror fans old and new Undead is gruesome, suspenseful horror at its best.
Undead: Night of the Living Dead & Return of the Living Dead