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Fans dressed as flesh-eating zombies bid farewell to the legendary 'Night of the Living Dead' director in Toronto. [Read More]
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Romero took the real fear of the zombie - the fear of the loss of humanity - and placed it right at the heart of... [Read More]
When George Romero died last weekend, he was almost universally hailed as the father of the zombie movie. The title was both too much and... [Read More]
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When George Romero died earlier this month, he was almost universally hailed as the father of the zombie movie. The title was both too much... [Read More]
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When George Romero died earlier this month, he was almost universally hailed as the father of the zombie movie. The title was both too much... [Read More]
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The event begins at 10 p.m. and tickets are $5. [Read More]
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Rest in Peace, George Romero... [Read More]
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Martin LandauActor known for roles in North by Northwest and Ed WoodMartin Landau, who has died aged 89, was one of cinema's most convincing exponents... [Read More]
Two 'Walking Dead' panels began with moments of silence for John Bernecker, a stuntman who died after an on-set accident last week.        ... [Read More]
and its director, George Romero, who died on July 16... [Read More]
George A. Romero, who died July 16 at 77, was a visionary whose horror films reflected their times. [Read More]
Appropriately, Fear the Walking Dead served as a warm-up act to its parent show at Comic-Con in San Diego, premiering a new trailer for a... [Read More]
Greg Nicotero paid tribute to the late horror legend during the "Fear the Walking Dead" Comic-Con Hall H panel... [Read More]
Friday A/V Club: George Romero and his zombies... [Read More]
It came from Pittsburgh. The modern-day zombie movie wasn't a creature spawned in Hollywood. Instead, we have the Steel City to thank for giving... [Read More]
What Are You Watching? is a weekly space for The A.V Club's staff and readers to share their thoughts, observations, and opinions on movies new... [Read More]
When you go to film school—as I'm told I once did, though it's all a bit of a blur now—you're eventually introduced to the work... [Read More]
George Romero's 1968 cinematic debut, Night of the Living Dead, scared people. It frightened most audiences and split film critics down the middle with its depiction... [Read More]
Ordinarily I might say "rest in peace" to a gifted filmmaker who has just passed away, but in the case of George Romero, that would... [Read More]
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