If you've ever wished the flesh eaters would have devoured the screechy Barbra sooner than later in Romero's 'Night of the Living Dead,' you're in for a treat. The 1968 zombie classic has been part of the public domain since its release due to a paperwork snafu, which allows fans like Editing the Dead to re-cut the flick into a choose your own adventure YouTube series. With just a few clicks, you can navigate your way through Romero's movie with a fresh set of eyes. Editing the Dead picks your brain (mmm ... ) and asks you, "What would you do next?"

'Living Dead' groupies will be able to easily evade the zombie horde, but like any videogame you've played a bazillion times, sometimes it's just fun to create unnecessary carnage. Those of you new to the movie (shame on you!) will enjoy making decisions for the frazzled Barbra and the heroic Ben. This is also a good way to hone your survival skills for the real zombie apocalypse that AMC's 'The Walking Dead' has been tickling our brains with every Sunday night.

Hit the jump to put yourself in Romero's legendary zombie movie and fight the fiends your way. Take note of the amusing anecdotes in the video description like, "When zombies discover helmets we will all be doomed," and "It would be worth being dead to get away from her."
Night of the Living Dead Movie Poster
Night of the Living Dead
In Theaters on September 18, 2007

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