Rip George Romero

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  1. Moogster66

    Moogster66 Well-Known Member PREMIUM Supporter

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    The original 1968 black and white Night of the Living Dead is to me still the scariest zombie film ever made. Simply inimitable, a work of cinematic genius, the origin of an entirely new genre.

    RIP George.
     
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    RIP....but not for long.
     

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    He is now one of the undead.
     
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    was bummed to hear this.

    love the "dead" films

    RIP
     
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    What a loss... sigh. I remember the first time I saw NOTLD and it scared the crap out of me, and I wasn't exactly a little kid either.

    Good zombie films/shows are in my top 3 favorite shows to watch, and Romero had a lot to do with that.

    RIP George... we'll see you again, I'm sure ;)
     

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