“The Ghostly Bible: Night of the Living Dead/Walter Sparrow’s commentary”
As you can see, Barbara and Johnny are driving to the cemetery, to visit their mother; conversation in the car should have really been about _______/
I’d have preferred not seeing a dummy smash its head on a gravestone, my imagination could have done a whole lot better.
And here we see the coffin-dodgers bum, his top lip up showing his teeth, hands on a window, like it’s Ricky at my letter, is what I would have told the director. Like he wouldn’t have been as smart as the other zombie, to pick up a brick. Though, he thought ahead letting go off the car when he did, before it ended up rolling down the hill, because the aftermath of that, would have been him flying off-screen when the vehicle hit the tree, how’d everyone then feel?
Barbara is now checking out the house.
You can’t see, Uncle Rege laid on his stomach to push the hand off the landing, and then came into view which he should have done before, considering that stomach. He lost Barbara’s scent a few feet away, and never followed her out of the door.
Yeah, Barbara could have saved one of those six hello’s, when she actually saw Ben approaching, and running over his drug dealer.