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A military accident unleashes a manmade virus on Evans City, and it’s causing everyone in the town to become homicidal. A small group of locals try to make their way out to the countryside as the military descends on the town and enforces a quarantine. The government grows increasingly desperate to contain the threat, but chaos threatens to overtake the city, and the seemingly heroic locals attempting to escape might spread the virus beyond Western Pennsylvania. Dumped by its distributor, The Crazies was initially a failure at the box office. But the film slowly gained a cult following as it became available through home video releases. It’s now widely regarded as one of Romero’s most important early films and a breathtakingly fierce entry in his body of political critiques through the horror genre: an innocent population victimized by a government too incompetent to fix its own messes.
The Los Angeles Times