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Let The Dead Rise Again: The 45th Anniversary of George A. Romero’s ‘DAWN OF THE DEAD’ (1978)

Dawn of the Dead

The Dead will rise again this year for the 45th Anniversary: Dawn of the Dead was first released in Italy in September 1978, and all the OG zombie fans can’t wait to celebrate the walking dead all over again. Dawn of the Dead set the standards a little higher for …

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Joe Giannone’s ‘Madman’ (1981) Hits 4K Through Vin Syn – Media Review

It’s a spooky summer night around the campfire. The beers are flowing, the party is wild, and it’s time for a scary story to change the lives of some unfortunate, trespassing teenagers. This setup sounds like the perfect backdrop for a nostalgic horror movie, but very few do it like …

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George A. Romero — Why His Zombie Legacy Lives and Thrives

Born on February 4, 1940, George A. Romero is well known as a horror icon and the co-creator of the modern, man-eating zombie (along with John Russo). In fact, as crazy and fanboy-ish as this sounds, it’s actually difficult to exaggerate his influence on pop culture. Virtually everyone is familiar …

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Creepshow (1982): Romero, King and Savini’s Stylish Revenge Stories – Retro Review


Revenge is a tried and true theme in the arts, and horror cinema is no exception. Enter the world of Creepshow (1982). Written by Stephen King, directed by George A. Romero, and with practical effects by Tom Savini, Creepshow illustrates what can happen when horror icons unite. Seriously, a team like …

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