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# 402 - Night of the Living Dead & # 420 - Dawn of the Dead

When I was in school, a couple of my friends were into filmmaking and old school horror, and hence introduced me to the name George A. 332 more words

Horror

Personal Tribute: George Romero

Upon reflecting on the recent passing of the revered horror director George Romero, the first thing that comes to mind is the long-standing filmmaker had a social conscience. 294 more words

Tributes

Zombie-Voodoo Dream


(google image, Night of the Living Dead, 1968)

A shadowy figure
coal dust-covered zombie in rags
followed me everywhere
reaching out his rotting finger… 82 more words

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Stream Guide: The Founder & The Royal Tenanbaums

Starting this week, I am bringing back a feature I had started almost six years ago where I went through the weekly streaming content and listed the ones I considered the ten best of the week. 646 more words

The Magnificent Seven

Are Zombies Real?


Per English Oxford Dictionaries, the term zombie is a word from West African that came to light in English in 1819. The term could have originated by the word zumbi (meaning fetish) and nzambi (meaning a god). 1,164 more words

Journalism

Sacrilegious Horror Geek...And Proud Of It.

Maybe I’m mistaken, but I do recall, back when the Ted Turner colorization controversy was current, George Romero making a statement to the effect that he had no problem with someone colorizing his black & white film, since the only reason he shot the movie in black & white was due to the fact that he didn’t have the budget to shoot the movie in color. 84 more words

Monsters of Modern Horror

In the wake of horror great George Romero (the original king of the zombie), the time to build a proper foundation of horror film knowledge is now. 44 more words

Movies