Showrunner Greg Nicotero is keeping things very old school.
George A. Romero
Greg Nicotero’s adaptation of George A. Romero’s iconic horror anthology is shaping up nicely.
George A. Romero’s “hellish”, “most overtly horrifying film” may finally be dragged out of its 45-year-old grave
The George Romero Foundation is currently seeking funding to restore the print.
To paraphrase Stephen King, sometimes they come back … and often they suck.
These are the ones that terrify us in ways we never quite get over.
There may even be life for his unfinished sequel, Road of the Dead.
Fifty years ago, the late George A. Romero delivered an uncompromising nightmare that’s never ended.
A complete journey from Brian De Palma’s Carrie to Zak Hilditch’s 1922.
A guide to the range of tales the author has brought to cinema.
Plus, your chance to win a copy of the official soundtrack for George A. Romero’s classic zombie film.
The Losers and co-hosts of The New Flesh podcast stave off evil from crates and rafts.
Unsurprisingly, George A. Romero emerges as Wright’s favorite horror director.