George A. Romero’s final zombie movie in development

In 1968, filmmaker George A. Romero unleashed the zombie genre with Night of the Living Dead, a low-budget sensation that remains as relevant today as it was decades ago.

The filmmaker went on to direct five more zombie features, including Dawn of the Dead (1978), Day of the Dead (1985) and Land of the Dead (2005). What few knew was that before he died of lung cancer at 77 in 2017, Romero was quietly developing Twilight of the Dead, a concluding chapter intended to be his final statement on the genre.


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Interview: Jeffrey Reddick talks Final Destination, Day of the Dead, directing ‘Don’t Look Back’ and more!

We were delighted to speak with Jeffrey Reddick; the writer and creator of the massively successful supernatural horror Final Destination which has spawned it’s own franchise, ahead of the world premiere of his directorial debut Don’t Look Back at Frightfest 2020 (October Edition).

“I’m not scared of monsters or ghosts or hockey masked killers. The thing that really scares me is how easily people can turn on each other”

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Horror Month: Best of Zombie Movies

Horror Month – June 2015

We take a look at some of the biggest and best films from the history of the Zombie genre.

Written by Benjamin Gummery


https://i2.wp.com/image.tmdb.org/t/p/original/d2Q0nnStmHpUG0ZA3cXDko4Giw8.jpgThe ‘Original’
Night of the Living Dead
George Romero‘s epitome which re-established Zombie’s as something that could scare and thrill audiences. Often refereed to as creating the modern Zombie film genre.

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Blu-Ray Review: Day of the Dead (1985) Steel-book

Day of the Dead is widely regarded as the third installment in George A. Romero‘s seminal zombie series; following Night of the Living Dead (1968) & Dawn of the Dead (1978).

IMG_1944 IMG_1945This Limited Edition Steel-book release from Arrow Films Video is a re-hash of their 25th Anniversary edition Blu-Ray release; the special features included here are the same.

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