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Reilly Smith • Oct 20 2016

Night of the Living Dead stands atop the mountain of great Hollywood films.

It's also the most downloaded public domain title of all-time. Except for one caveat: finding a good torrent or retrieving files from (the wonderful) Archive.org, and viewing them in your living room... isn't exactly user-friendly.

Fear not: we're making it easier than ever to fear.

You can stream the original today at: lbry://nightofthelivingdead.

George A. Romero's Night of the Living Dead

If you're looking for a real treat this Halloween season, the MoMA in New York announced the premiere of a new 4K restoration of this influential masterpiece.

Not on LBRY yet? Get an invite here. Know some great public domain content to share? Have high-quality scans? Email reilly@lbry.com for a trip to the front of the line.

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For nearly a decade, Reilly has developed, produced, championed and contributed to dozens of film projects big and small.

The only thing that rivals his love of film is the marriage between content and blockchain.

If you come from the world of film, television or web content, he's your sherpa on Mount Blockchain.

Reilly's work has been seen from Oxford, Mississippi to Sundance Film Festival, and he has produced content for Fox Digital Studios and Disney LOL.