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Creepshow Reboot Continues to Please a New Generation of Horror Fans

Happy October, Creeps! You must be living under a rock if you don’t know about Shudder’s Creepshow. Since it’s debut on September 26th fans have welcomed the series with open, vampir...

Creepshow

Creepshow Reboot is an Ode to the Modern Horror Fan [First Impression]

Ever since its first teaser dropped back in July at San Diego Comic Con, those with a love of vintage horror eagerly awaited the release of Shudder’s Creepshow. And what’s not to be excite...

Creepshow

How Creepshow Perfectly Recaptures the EC Comics

The EC comics of the 1950’s were revolutionary. In some ways, they were the decade’s only source of horror. On screen, nearly all horror was science fiction, to at least some degree. There was no sepa...

Martin

Why One of George Romero’s Best Pictures isn’t Even a Zombie Film

The name George Romero is synonymous with the zombie sub-genre. His first feature, Night of the Living Dead, was absolutely groundbreaking. It changed the game in a lot of ways. His sequel Dawn of the...

Martin Remains Unparalleled in its Portrayal of Vampires

George Romero had stated a couple of times that Martin was what he felt to be the best, most complete and closest to his original vision of all of his films. Yet even now it remains one of his most un...

Father of the Dead: A Tribute to George Romero

As I’m still processing the passing of George A. Romero, it’s hard to put into words exactly what I say to commemorate him. Some of the best writers have already talked about the impact he’s had on po...

Horror Legend, Creator of the Modern Day Zombie, George A. Romero Has Passed Away

Earlier this afternoon The Los Angeles Times reported that horror legend and creator of the modern-day zombie George A. Romero passed away from lung cancer. Romero is most famous for his earliest film...

Dawn of the Dead - alternate cuts

Dawn of the Dead Painted the Perfect Picture of a Consumer Apocalypse

George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead was an absolutely revolutionary horror picture. It was made for no money but you wouldn’t know that by looking at it. And people latched onto it in a ...

Day of the Dead

Why Day of the Dead Might Be the Best of Romero’s Dead Trilogy

George A. Romero’s Day of the Dead is the concluding chapter of his original trilogy. He would go on to make three more zombie films in later years that would not find as much critical success, althou...

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