Dawn of the Dead
On tap right now is a new one-sheet for director William Sanders' nostalgic look at the locations used in George A. Romero's seminal classic Dawn of the Dead, fittingly entitled Road Trip of the Dead. Dig it!
On tap right now is the first trailer for director William Sanders nostalgic look at the locations used in George A. Romero's seminal classic Dawn of the Dead, entitled fittingly enough Road Trip of the Dead.
There's perhaps nobody who appreciates the art of movie poster art more than we horror fans, who want nothing more than for our favorite movies to be adorned with the coolest art possible. Unfortunately, the art form isn't exactly what it used to be...
Remains of Dawn Doe Properly Marked Thanks to Marilyn Wick of Costume World and Road Trip of the Dead Team
There's a reason one of those skeletons in Dawn of the Dead looked so real. Because it was! Yikes! After more than three decades, the remains of Dawn Doe are finally memorialized properly thanks to Marilyn Wick and the team behind the upcoming film Road Trip of the Dead.
On March 19, 2004, director Zack Snyder pulled off the impossible by creating a remake of George A. Romero's 1978 classic Dawn of the Dead which didn't send fans into a headhunting frenzy of hatred and venom-spewing vitriol. An impressive task!
Everyone is familiar with the legendary Monroeville Mall, and we know the Pittsburgh area is basically ground zero for the creation of the modern day zombie. Director William Sanders is taking the nostalgic love horror fans have for the area and bringing a whole new nightmare there.
We've seen a lot of badass stuff come out of this year's Toy Fair, but this latest bit just might take the cake. If you're a Dawn of the Dead fan, get ready to drool like a nun-zombie staring at a tasty mall worker.
It’s hard to believe that it’s been almost 35 years since George A. Romero released Dawn of the Dead on horror fans everywhere, which makes the recent reunion panel featuring several cast members at Flashback Weekend 2013 all the more worthy of sharing with you guys.
In what is probably the most unexpected news of the San Diego Comic-Con, word has come that George A. Romero's seminal classic, Dawn of the Dead, is next in line for 3D treatment!
While they may not necessarily be the villains and get all the glory, there's something to be said for the douchebag characters of the horror genre- they often add to the drama of any given situation, they generally complicate things and they make it oh, so fun to hate them.
The world created by the legendary George A. Romero suffered an additional blow recently as yet another key component of the films that we love is no longer with us.
It's not often fans of film can go and walk the actual steps the characters in their favorite films did. Most of the time movies are shot on sets that disappear as soon as the filming is complete. So when a film (especially a classic like Dawn of the Dead) is shot in a place where fans can actual go, walk around and check things out without fear of a trespassing violation, you can bet they're going to show up. And that attraction to the Monroeville Mall, the filming site of George A. Romero's classic film, is the subject for the upcoming documentary, Cinemall.
In case you haven’t made the leap to high definition and availed yourself of Arrow Video’s excellent UK Blu-ray releases of George A. Romero’s flesh-eating classics Dawn of the Dead and Day of the Dead, fear not as this week sees Dawn following hot on the heels of last week’s Day in an amazing four-disc DVD edition.
Yes, you read the above headline correctly! Some brand new imagery from behind-the-scenes of the zombie epic to end all zombie epics, George A. Romero's Dawn of the Dead, has surfaced; and what a glorious time we live in that we can dig on them right now!
One of the best mixes of home video releases we've seen so far this year hits store shelves on May 11th. What with a vampire movie geared toward adults that has actual adults starring in it, an end-of-the-world saga that pits the Archangel Michael against his winged brethren, and a couple of nature-run-amok entries, we have a little something for everyone.