George Romero

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The Coroner takes a hike up Staunton Hill and thinks the view is pretty rotten – and not in a good way.

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Another George Romero flick, this one dealing with “sort of zombies” instead of actual ones, gets the remake treatment and we’ve got a surprisingly awesome trailer for you.

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Seeing a George Romero film, especially a brand new one, on the big screen has been on my list of things I must experience for a long time and last night, I am pleased to say I got that opportunity. Prepare yourselves for Survival of the Dead!

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The second round of entries into the Fantastic Fest 2009 line-up have been released this morning. And it’s not the sort of thing you’re going to want to miss.

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The Toronto Film Festival paints midnights red with zombies, flesh-eating cheerleaders, badass bitches and Tony Jaa.

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A new trend appeared this week with famed directors trading in the clapboards and megaphones for inkwells and laptops.

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Before Watchmen and 300, Hollywood superstar Zack Snyder sunk his teeth into remaking George A. Romero’s “Dawn of the Dead” and showed the industry what he was made of.

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George Romero takes on Island Zombies

We’re only a few weeks from Halloween and who better to get some ghoulish buzz going than director George Romero, who is beginning production on an untitled zombie film.

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Zombies attack again in Diary of the Dead

It’s been 40 years since George A. Romero introduced the world to his special brand of flesh-eating zombies, and the landscape of American cinema hasn’t been the same since.

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Dawn of the Dead in 3D

In a bit of news that, even for a horror fan, doesn’t make all that much sense, George Romero’s 1978 Dawn of the Dead will get the 3D treatment from the wizards at In-Three.

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A group of students, along with their professor, are filming a cheap horror movie out in the woods when news reports start coming in about the dead coming back to life.

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