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It's the booze talkin', Why are there so few sympathetic movie monsters?

Recently I happened upon a film I hadn’t sat down with in years. It was David Lynch's black and white masterpiece THE ELEPHANT MAN. While it may not be a horror film, it certainly has a bit of horror thanks to the way people treated the deformed John Merrick (John Hurt). Watching this incredible feature, I began to wonder why horror films generally treat their monsters as,...
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Face-Off: Night of the Living Dead vs. Day of the Dead

Disagreements and the manipulations of outside elements splinter the ranks of the MCU superheroes in CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR, a film I am greatly anticipating. As I look forward to that movie, I've been thinking of other films that feature intense conflict among a group of characters, and the two that stand out to me most strongly as being Face-Off material are both parts of George A....
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It's the booze Talkin', Give George Romero one more zombie feature!

If you are a fan of zombies then things have been pretty damn good for you over the past few years. While we’ve had very few big screen horror outbreaks turning mild mannered men and women into flesh eaters - aside from WORLD WAR Z - the small screen is raising the dead and viewers are loving it. It started with The Walking Dead, and now we have the spin-off, Fear the...
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'80s film Vampires, starring Duane Jones, reaches DVD in May

Some you reading this may remember the 1989 film VAMPIRES , but not quite in the way Film Chest Media Group will be putting it out on DVD May 10 th. VAMPIRES wasn't a standalone release in '89, but rather the second half of a two segment anthology film called FRIGHT HOUSE, which was written and directed by Len Anthony. It has been split from its companion story for this DVD...
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Trailer gives an early look at John Russo's My Uncle John Is a Zombie

Since co-writing the 1968 classic NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD with George A. Romero, John A. Russo has continued to work in the horror genre quite frequently, writing, directing, producing, or otherwise having a hand in the making of such films as THE RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD , MIDNIGHT, THE MAJORETTES, HEARTSTOPPER, and SANTA CLAWS. Russo's latest project is MY UNCLE JOHN IS A...
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Night of the Living Dead zombie was cut from The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead special effects artist Greg Nicotero, who also serves as an executive producer and frequent episode director on the show, is known for working in zombies that are tributes to popular horror films of the past. DAWN OF THE DEAD , DAY OF THE DEAD , SHAUN OF THE DEAD , ZOMBIE , JAWS , BLACK SABBATH , TALES FROM THE CRYPT, EVIL DEAD 2 , AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN...
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Romero and Russo return to the living dead for anthology novel

New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Maberry is set to co-edit an anthology novel for publisher Griffin that will be set in the 48 hours surrounding the events of George A. Romero's immortal horror classic NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD. The working title for the book is HORROR OF THE LIVING DEAD , and Maberry's co-editor is none other than the zombie-creating master of...
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Top 10 Zombie Kills!

Well, well, what do you know...The Walking Dead resurrects in only two damn days. You know what that means, right? Zombie action galore! It's pretty astounding to think how far TWD has come since debuting in 2010, not just in terms of the technology and believable CG, but in the crazy character development as well. We've seen some gnarly shite go down in the past season or 2, no? Anyway,...
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Night of the Living Dead: Darkest Dawn shambles onto VOD

It's been a long road to release for NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD: DARKEST DAWN , an animated remake of George A. Romero's 1968 classic NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD that updates the story to modern day. Production began in 2009, and there have been times when fans have questioned the fate of DARKEST DAWN (originally announced as NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD: ORIGINS), but the finished film...
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Long lost Night of the Living Dead workprint unearthed?

This October has been a huge month for George A. Romero's horror classic (and one of my all-time favorite films) NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD , which celebrated the 47th anniversary of its premiere on October 1st. Coinciding with the Living Dead Weekend celebration, which was held during the second weekend of the month in the town that served as the film's primary shooting location,...
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Night of the Living Dead-themed comic Z-Men coming to the big screen

† † The world of George Romero's NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD has expanded with the comic book Z-MEN , which seems to tangentially take place along the same timeline as the classic film. Now, Lionsgate has snatched up the property for the big screen. Written by Jeff McComsey, the plot of Z-MEN goes like this: Itís 1966 and the Oval Office is in an uproar; thereís been a spree of...
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Unseen Halloween: FleshEater (1988)

Welcome to a new, Halloween-centric feature, trick 'r treaters! The Arrow in the Head staff (along with some special guests) will be recommending obscure fright flicks throughout the month of October, hopefully enhancing your "31 Days of Horror"! Welcome to UNSEEN HALLOWEEN! PLOT : Twenty years after playing the Cemetery Ghoul in George A. Romero's NIGHT OF...
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