In 1985 George Romero's "Day of the Dead" hit the silver screen. Initially, this horror flick was a failure. Fans of Romero's "Dawn of the Dead" (1979) were cool to this next installment in the great director's zombie series. Where "Dawn" drove home social commentary with wit and humor, "Day" tried to drive it home with a hammer. But wait! As the decades unfolded, horror fans warmed to the 1985 film, and it is safe to say "Day of the Dead" has aged well. Even Zack Snyder's remake of 1978's "Dawn" became a bigger box office hit than it's 1978 predecessor. Forget all that, today we take a peek at 2008's "Day of the Dead," which Romero had nothing to do with.