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The dead walk. Putrid corpses claw their way out of earthy graves and stumble towards civilization. They are bloody, rotting, and hungry for human flesh—and it’s all George Romero’s fault. With 1968’s Night of the Living Dead Romero unleashed the modern zombie onto cinemas, annihilating their voodoo roots and resurrecting them as passed away friends and dead loved ones. It...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published February 1st 2009 by Oldcastle Books
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Being a noob independent director, I wanted to start reading about the directors I admire and learning more about their experiences and the details behind their work. This book about George Romero did just that. I think it's a great read for any fan of his or for someone wanting to learn about one of America's influential directors.
The writers did a good job shedding light on the stories behind the movies and the work that went into them. I think it serves as inspiration for anyone wanting to br...more
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