Now this is the George Romero I love. The opening scene. The score. The jaw-less "title card" zombie.
Day's setting in Florida has always been nostalgic for me. My parents lived in Miami when I was 3-9 years old -- we used to vacation at my grandparents place in The Keys. Palm trees, blue waters, and tropical heat.
When I first saw this I imagined the streets being abandoned with the walking dead shambling around -- and an alligator jumping out of the doorway.
There really isn't much of a plot/story in these beyond an established setting, people not getting along, and zombie carnage. But that's just fine with me because the way Romero sets up each set scene its…