This weekend delivers another chapter of undead terror, with the release of 'Sex and the City 2' 'George A. Romero's Survival of the Dead.' In the latest installment, survivors on a secluded island fight amongst themselves over how to live in a zombie-ravaged world, where friends and family rise from the grave to eat your brains.

A writer-director for over 40 years, George A. Romero is considered the godfather of the modern zombie films, updating the silent and methodical threats from atmospheric voodoo-inspired creatures, and turning them into decaying monsters who crawl out of the ground with a craving for flesh.

To celebrate the influence Romero has had on the zombie film, Moviefone has put together a collection of the best moments in zombie movie history
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