Corrected entry: George A. Romero actually has his own little trademark in his zombie flicks. It's a zombie on fire. In all his zombie movies of his there is at least one who ends up completely engulfed in flame.
Corrected entry: Society globally has collapsed, yet for some reason money is still worth something, as Dead Reckoning is "a 5-million dollar vehicle" and apartments in Fiddlers Green cost money. If there are no stock markets, no other nearby human settlements, how is money still being used and cycled effectively through the city?Dom
Corrected entry: At the beginning in the liquor store when John Leguizamo opens the cooler doors and out comes a zombie, If you look closely at the zombie you can see that this is "Bub" from "Day Of The Dead". You can see the zombie is wearing the same kind of camouflaged jacket and has a dog's choke chain around his neck. Sherman Howard originally played "Bub" in the 1985 movie, but is played here by an unknown actor.
Corrected entry: All the zombies must have lead in their shoes as they are walking on the bottom of the sea without floating up like corks.
Corrected entry: Where have the surviving residents of Fiddlers Green obtained all the latest clothing, computers and firearms? The desert camouflaged uniforms some soldiers wore was not even invented until the early 1980's. If society's collapse started in 1978 in Dawn of the Dead, shouldn't everyone still be wearing bell bottoms and leisure suits, since that's when all fashion and technology ceased?