Night of the Living Dead is being remade. Again. Only this time it looks AWESOME.

Those fine folks over at Dread Central have unleashed the details concerning the interesting little piece of cinematic awesomeness known as Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated. Instead of a simple animated version of the film, which would be kinda cool in its own right, this DVD, which is brought to us by Wild Eye Releasing and MVD Visual, contains damn near 150 different artists paying homage to George Romero's classic film that essentially created the contemporary zombie as we know it.

Rob Hauschild of Wild Eye describes the collaboration as a "portable horror or zombie convention," and given the sheer number of special features and variety of animation found on the DVD, it sounds like he's spot on. Interpreting the film through their own styles, dozens of artists recreated scenes from the film using a variety of mediums, including stop-motion animation, CGI and even sock puppets. In addition, we're given a metric crapton of special features, including:
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