I just got home from seeing it, and the official report is: It kicked ASS. Very good. Didn't rely too much on startle scenes. Covered some of Romero's social commentary, and seemed to REALLY understand what's scary about zombies, and understand why we lose in the end (human nature). I still don't like dead rotting things that are faster and stronger than they were when they were alive. I don't like zombies that act like olympic gymnasts. And the zombies look like they were straight lifted from 28 Days Later. Running zombies = the suck. But as much as that bothers me, the movie was good enough to make up for it. Other than that, it was very, very well done. Small things to watch for: Tom Savini (Biker/Makeup Wizard in the original) as the Sheriff ("Shoot them in the head!") Ken Foree (Peter) as the Televangelist ("When there is no more room in hell, the dead will walk the earth.") Scott Reineger (Roger) as the General Gaylen Ross (Francine) as the name of a clothing store. Tip of the hat to the helicopter, the man with his head blasted off, more that I can't remember right now. I plan to buy the DVD. It gets the Zombie Fan Seal of Approval.