As George Romero again shakes his fist at the skies that he didn’t get the copyright notice on the right frame of his classic film and it ended up in the public domain, a new comic book company offers a novel take.
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I mean, what could possibly go wrong with a prequel to a 50-something year-old movie that’s in the public domain?
Romero is often praised for his social commentary, but a lot of modern viewers don’t necessarily know what he’s commenting on – this new documentary produced by indie horror maven Larry Fessenden’s Glass Eye Pix firmly situates it in the climate of 1968
Romero zombies, running zombiesscenic skirmishes and a dapper Drac topline this week’s Blu-ray crop.
Here’s a rundown of how to spend your rent and food money this week.
Is there a better symbol of widespread American consumerism than the shopping mall? For the purposes of this list, let’s say “no.”
Just because zombies are dead doesn’t mean they have to be dull.
You might not know his name, but you probably know his face. Bill Hinzman was…
A shout-out to the handful of rigor-stricken flesh-eaters who have risen, not just from the dead, but to the status of cool dudes.