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ROTLD stands for Return of the Living Dead
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Although luckily for the players, the 2004-05 back catalogue is under lock and key alongside Nightmare on Elm Street, Halloween and Return of the Living Dead.
THE RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD (15, Blu-ray pounds 11) *** The co-writer of the seminal Night Of The Living Dead unleashes brainchomping zombies in this 1985 comedy horror that has nothing whatsoever to do with George A Romero's reanimated cadavers.
A remake of Eighties classic Return Of The Living Dead is also in the works, while the original zombie, Frankenstein's monster, is back on screen in this summer's action blockbuster, Van Helsing.
The best example was the Return of the Living Dead film about the teenagers trapped in a crematorium.
As I write, the local theaters are playing The Return of the Living Dead, Teen Wolf, Pee-Wee's Big Adventure, Summer Rental, The Bride (of Frankenstein), Fright Night, National Lampoon's European Vacation, and, of course, Rambo.