I bet George Romero wishes he could stay away from the dead for a while. Though the undisputed Zombie Master is enjoying yet another media flurry of attention on him, thanks to the fantastic reception Diary of the Dead received at TIFF, how long can you really go on making the dead come back to life? If the Weinsteins get what they want, at least once more.
We just got some text messages in from Nomad who is attending the San Diego Comic-Con. Zombie fans ... get happy!
One of my biggest fears when I heard that someone was making a movie called I Scream Man was that, somewhere out there, someone saw the untapped potential in Clint Howard’s Ice Cream Man and decided they would take up the gauntlet and do it right.
At this past weekend’s Haunt X convention in California, we got the chance to sit down with the one and only George A. Romero to discuss his latest zombie opus, Diary of the Dead.
Let it never be said that the Eerie Horror Film Fest doesn't take care of its fans. Hot on the heels of the recent unfortunate announcement that George A.
Word came down the other day that George A. Romero had cancelled his appearance at both the Eerie Horror Film Festival and Rock and Shock due to an unexplained illness. What we didn’t know at the time but have since learned is that Romero had actually collapsed and was hospitalized.
Sometimes you just know when you're in the company of greatness. The films of George A. Romero have long been a staple of our genre. He's had the dead walking for decades, but now he has something else in mind for our flesh-hungry rotting reapers. A return to Day One. Since the news broke about
Just like a proud papa, Rob Zombie has posted in his MySpace blog the news that The Devil's Rejects was nominated for not one, but five, Scream Awards including nods to Zombie himself for both writing and directing the film. Sid Haig, Bill Moseley, Sheri Moon Zombie, and Leslie Easterbrook received a group nomination in the vilest villian category.
Starring Simon Baker, John Leguizamo, Eugene Clark, Asia Argento, Dennis Hopper Directed by George A. Romero Released by Universal Home Video
Universal really doesn’t know what it has on its hands with Land of the Dead; it seems they’ve given it about half
Rarely do I get intimidated. I've been around a lot of genre personalities. This was one moment in my life that I was never going to forget. In just a few minutes I would ring up a tour guide who would take me to a place that I have dreamed about since the mid 1980's. A land where the living die, an
If you're a Dread Central regular, then you should be in agreement that writer/director George A. Romero needs little introduction, if any preface at all. His name is synonymous with walking corpses and his body of work speaks for itself: Martin, Knightriders, The Crazies
With the release of Tales from the Darkside Season One finally
There are many, MANY versions of NOTLD available on DVD, but the latest release, the Night of the Living Dead 40th Anniversary Edition (review here), is without quest
George and Uncle Creepy have become fast friends over the years. As a result, whenever the two get together to shoot the shit, the results are anything but the usual interview fodder. This was just such an occasion. With the release of the latest Dead film onto DVD,