George A. Romero
The Curator of Schlock #369: There’s Always Vanilla
The Curator of Schlock #369 by Jeff Shuster There’s Always Vanilla No, there isn’t. I had to bring Edwige, my kangaroo companion, to the vet. She was foaming at the mouth and acting all out of sorts. The vet asked me if she had eaten into anything strange. I told her I was feeding Edwige… Continue reading
The Curator of Schlock #358: Season of the Witch
The Curator of Schlock #358 by Jeff Shuster Season of the Witch Also known as Hungry Wives I think my traveling kangaroo companion, Edwige, killed a Quebecer named Lickity Split in an illegal street fight. I collected my winnings and skedaddled before the cops showed up. Apparently, kangaroos punch really hard. I’m not heading back… Continue reading
The Lists #16: Notable Zombie Movies
The Lists #16 by John King Notable Zombie Movies Night of the Living Dead (1968):George A. Romero basically invents the genre in a low budget masterpiece that used actually news reporters to report on the zombie apocalypse in the film and used actual real entrails as props. A little zombie girl who looks like she’s… Continue reading28 Days Later, Bill Murray, Dan O’Bannon, Dawn of the Dead, Don Calfa, George A. Romero, Jesse Eisenberg, Linnea Quigley, Night of the Living Dead, Night of the Living Dead 3D, Nightmare City, Planet Terror, Rachel McAdams, Return of the Living Dead, Rose McGowan, Ryan Gosling, Shaun of the Dead, Sig Haig, The Notebook, Woody Harrelson, Zombieland
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