Zombies get unleashed at the Uneeda medical supply company.
Hugely entertaining tongue-in-rotting-cheek zombie film with James Karen and Don Calfa in terrific roles and then there's Linnea Quigley doing the zombie thing stark-bollock-naked.
A near perfect horror comedy, buoyed by great performances (especially Karen), and marred only by pointless recycling of footage at the climax. The comedy is a bit blunted when you consider the ending is likely exactly how the government would react to a situation like this. Great soundtrack, too!
And where exactly do they get all those skeletons with the perfect teeth?
Followed by a quartet of sequels, each exponentially worse than its predecessor: Return Of The Living Dead Part II (1987), Return Of The Living Dead III (1993), Return of the Living Dead: Necropolis (2005), and Return of the Living Dead: Rave to the Grave (2005).