The third, and perhaps last, chapter in George Romero's "Living Dead" series is a claustrophobic character study set almost entirely in a huge underground storage facility that has been converted into a laboratory and barracks. The military has been assigned to protect and assist the
group of scientists (Lori Cardille, John Amplas, and Richard Liberty) who are working to develop a solution to the zombie epidemic, experimenting on zombies who have been herded into a holding pen. One scientist, Liberty--nicknamed "Frankenstein" by the soldiers--tries to modify the zombies'
behavior so that humans can train them like dogs. One zombie, whom Liberty calls "Bub," seems t...