Ever pondered what George A. Romero’s 1968 zombie exemplary may look like reconsidered as a rough cutscene for a PlayStation 1 diversion? No? Doesn’t make a difference, on the grounds that here comes “Night of the Living Dead: Darkest Dawn,” an enlivened motion picture with CGI so dated it wouldn’t approach the front line of a margarine cut in the event that it were 1995.
A plot rundown is pointless, as “Darkest Dawn” is essentially “Night of the Living Dead” retold in cutting edge Manhattan. Amazingly, four attributed authors were required to adjust a completed story that has as of now been reproduced numerous times. It is a silver platter of demonstrated fiction, yet the generation all things considered makes a special effort to carelessly dump the substance on the floor.