Years in the making, Waxwork Records brings us the expanded, complete film score to the 1978 zombie-horror classic, George A. Romero’s Dawn Of The Dead. Scored by the Italian progressive rock group GOBLIN, Waxwork’s deluxe double LP includes all new artwork, re-mastered audio, high quality packaging, and an art print. The new arts comes courtesy of […]
Famed director George A. Romero, the man behind Night of the Living Dead, may have passed away last year, but his contribution to zombie lore is not over yet. The book he was in the process of writing before his death will be finished by The Shape of Water's novel co-writer Daniel Kraus. More »
Before his tragic passing last year, NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD and DAWN OF THE DEAD director George A. Romero had begun work on an all-new "Living Dead" novel. Unfortunately, he was unable to finish before his death, but today...Show More Summary
Before he passed away last year, the legendary George A. Romero had been working on a brand new zombie novel titled The Living Dead, which was set to bring his long-running zombie saga off the screen and into the world of print. Sadly, Romero never got the chance to complete the novel, but that hasn’t […]
Last month, we shared the news that George A. Romero's filmmaking program and Tom Savini's makeup effects program at the Douglas Education Center were collaborating to create a web series that was being directed by Savini, writer/producer Robert Tinnell, and Romero's daughter Tina Romero. Show More Summary
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One of this year’s most anticipated home video releases arrives next Tuesday, February 13, when George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead joins the Criterion Collection. The new 4K digital restoration, supervised by the late Romero, was recently described by Romero as being “Closer than anything we’ve seen to the definitive version of the film,” […]
George A. Romero’s Filmmaking Program and Tom Savini‘s Special Makeup Effects Program, both offered by PA’s Douglas Education Center, have joined forces for a brand new horror webseries titled Flicker. As we recently told you, the series will feature episodes directed by Robert Tinnell, Tina Romero (George’s daughter) and Savini himself. “Cant reveal too much, but […]
George Romero's personal favorite Dead film keeps getting remade. Are any of them worthy of the name? Read more...
The Olympic silver medalist could have been an all-time great had he not started fighting at the same age Georges St. Pierre announced his 2013 retirement, writes Todd Martin.
(Welcome to The Final Girl, a regular feature from someone who has steered clear of horror and is ready to finally embrace the genre that goes bump in the night. Next on the list: George Romero’s zombie classic Night of the Living Dead.) This may come as a shock, but I kind of love zombie movies. Show More Summary
Dario Argento, as I’ve said many times before, is a part of my Filmmaker Holy Trinity which is rounded out by George Romero and Wes Craven. My personal reverence for this trifecta of brilliant minds cannot be overstated. Not only did they shape my love for the horror genre but together they helped define my […]
We told you earlier this week that the late George Romero’s daughter, Tina Romero, is working with frequent Romero collaborator Tom Savini on a new horror web-series that both she and Tom are directing episodes for, but now we’ve learned that she’s also planning on making her feature debut with a zombie film of her […]
The late, great, legendary filmmaker George A. Romero had three children, and now two of of his children are working on their own zombie projects. While his son George Cameron Romero will be adding to the horror sub-genre created byShow More Summary
We unearth the details on George A. Romero’s arguably best and worst films, Dawn of the Dead and The Dark Half. ‘Alpha and Omega’ is a recurring feature that examines a famous horror director’s best critically received film and their worst reviewed installment (according to Rotten Tomatoes). It will compare and contrast these two efforts, […]
Yes, the legendary makeup effects artist is back in the director’s chair! As revealed on social media this week by Tom Savini and his team, Savini has stepped behind the camera for a new horror web series that just began filming, with episodes directed by Savini himself along with Robert Tinnell and Tina Romero, George […]
As it turns out, Barbara’s dress was blue. Partially due to the incredibly small budget at his disposal, George A. Romero shot game-changing debut feature Night of the Living Dead on 35mm black and white film; “I always felt that [with] black and white, the blood looked more real,” the late Romero commented a couple […]
Tagline: "Join the Undying War." Day of the Dead: Bloodline is a partial remake of George A. Romero's Day of the Dead (1985). The film was developed by director Hèctor Hernández Vicens (The Corpse of Anna Fritz). The film stars Johnathon Schaech (Prom Night, 2008) and Sophie Skelton ("Outlander"). Show More Summary
Director Hèctor Hernández Vicens unleashed “a bold new reimagining” of the classic George A. Romero zombie film when Day of the Dead: Bloodline was released in limited theaters as well as on VOD and Digital HD last week, and it’s soon headed to Blu-ray! Fight the ultimate war against the undead when the terrifying Day of the Dead: Bloodline arrives […]
I was at Montreal’s wonderful genre festival, Fantasia, last year when I heard that George A. Romero had passed away and I honestly felt my knees a buckle a little bit. Very few filmmakers have influenced me as greatly as the king of the zombies, the man who redefined horror in a way that’s still resonating today. Show More Summary