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It's the Booze Talkin', We want to see Romero return to political horror!

One of my earliest memories of falling in love with horror was a certain iconic zombie flick. It was a day such as this, a gloomy sort of Los Angeles morning, and the shades were all shut on the windows to keep the place especially dark. On a crappy TV was the classic zombie thriller NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD. Some of you may remember the old creature features that would run on...
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03.21.2017
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George A. Romero can't get his zombie noir made

After essentially rebooting his zombie apocalypse universe for the modern age with the 2007 found footage film DIARY OF THE DEAD , master of horror George A. Romero said he had plans for three spin-offs that would each follow different characters introduced in DIARY. We got one of those soon after, 2009's SURVIVAL OF THE DEAD , which followed a National Guard soldier played by...
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10.28.2016
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It's the Booze Talkin', Has Hollywood forgotten about the horror greats?

When you think of your favorite horror movies, how often do guys like Carpenter, Hooper, Craven or Romero come up?  They are the names behind some of the most iconic horror films ever made. Recently - courtesy of the home video heroes Shout! Factory - I revisited John Carpenter’s THE THING and it was better than I remembered - and that's saying something...
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10.04.2016
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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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05.03.2016
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It's the Booze Talkin': Yo Hollywood! Let George A. Romero direct NON-zombie movies!

It is hard to think of a genre filmmaker who has had more of an impact than the great George A. Romero. After all, NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD helped shape how modern cinema saw this classic monster. The atmospherically creepy black and white 1968 masterpiece featured a small group of survivors fighting off a savage hoard of zombies in an abandoned farmhouse and it was sensational. The crude...
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08.26.2013
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