Posts Tagged ‘George A. Romero’

Review: The Amusement Park

— by RON WILKINSON — In 1973, George A. Romero joined an elite club of film makers distinguished by their completing a memorable movie or TV show and then being summarily fired when the original sponsors were confronted with the finished product. The infamous Rolling Stones documentary â[...]

Four Clips from ‘George A. Romero’s Survival of the Dead’

— by TOM ELCE — Grinding out his third zombie film in the space of five years, director George A. Romero has continued his “Dead” series through his last two movies and into his latest, attempting to do for it what he did with the initial trilogy. The results thus far have[...]

Under Review: ‘The Crazies’

— by MARIUSZ ZUBROWSKI — Forty-two years ago, George A. Romero popularized the zombie apocalypse sub-genre with his ground-breaking “Night of the Living Dead,” a film that combined the searing social commentary of political dramas and the scares of bloody horrors[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘George A. Romero’s Survival of the Dead’

— by ROBERT DeFEIS — George A. Romero is by far the world’s best zombie film director. With his first movie, “Night of the Living Dead” in 1968, he revolutionized a genre and created the extremely-well-loved zombie. “Survival of the Dead” will be Romero’s sixt[...]