In limited theatres, that is. Check Moviefone to see if it's playing at a location near you!
If it's playing kinda far away and you're wondering if it's worth the drive, I can kinda answer that for you, being that I finally got around to watching it the other night. In my opinion, it's worth a 15 minute drive at best. Ah, make that 10. Yes, seeing a Romero Dead flick on the big screen is an event that doesn't come around all that often, but truthfully, Survival is barely even a Romero Dead flick - it's not even in the same galaxy as the original trilogy we have all known and loved for so long. One of the taglines for the film pretty much sums it up best...
"Death isn't what it used to be."
No, no it's not. Savini's been replaced by a computer and all around, Survival plays like an amateurs attempt at making a Romero zombie movie - quite frankly if you didn't tell me the same guy who did Dawn and Day made it, I probably wouldn't have picked up on that fact. There's some interesting ideas presented, like trying to get the undead accumstomed to eating non-human products, and the whole western warring family vibe is kinda cool (as was seeing Uncle Creepy chompin' on intestines!), but it's just not a very good movie. It inspires more yawns and eye rolls than anything else. Sad, but so very true. Being that I liked Land and hated Diary, i'd have to rank Survival somewhere between the two. It's not the worst entry in the series, but it's pretty damn close.
My advice to Romero is this ; either ditch the zombie thing entirely or bring back Savini for one last zombie epic that will blow our minds, because this shit just isn't flyin' anymore.
But I digress. Romero Week is a time for praise, not bashing, so i'm gonna leave it at that.
If no theatre in your area is showing the film, you're gonna have to either rent it on demand or wait till August 24th, when it will land on two disc DVD and Blu-ray. There's also the option of picking up the Region 2 DVD, which is currently available, if you have a region free player.