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Strange But True – 28 Days Late

Pregnancy is a fearful nine months for any expectant parents… and horror thriller fans! In the absorbing and intense new film Strange But True, Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood star Margaret Qualley plays a young woman, who, five years after the tragic death of her boyfriend, arrives on the doorstep of his family to […]Read More

George A. Romero 1940-2017

On this sunny Monday in July I woke up to find that the George A. Romero the Godfather of the Dead had sadly joined his greatest creation in the afterlife. Romero passed away after a “brief but aggressive battle with lung cancer” surrounded by the ones he loved and listening to the score of one […]Read More

Love Horror’s Zombie Movie Massacre

We here at love horror know that everyone loves zombies so what better way to celebrate Halloween this year than with Love Horror’s Zombie Movie Massacre a series of the sickest silliest zombie screenings taking place at the Leicester Square Theatre.Read More

LoveHorror Interview’s Speak of the Dead Author Chris Wade

Chris Wade</a> loves zombies. Especially the ones found in the amazing George A. Romero's <em>Trilogy of The Dead</em>, which includes the masterpieces that are <em>Night of the Living Dead</em>, <a href="http://lovehorror.co.uk/dawn-of-the-dead-1978">Dawn of the Dead</a> and <a href="http://lovehorror.co.uk/day-of-the-dead-1985">Day of the Dead</a>.Read More

Dawn of the Dead (1978) Review

The original Romero zombie classics need little introduction. If you love horror movies, you’re almost certain to have seen at least one of these iconic films. In Night of the Living Dead (1968) Romero took the idea of the walking dead and turned it into something realistic and terrifying. Zombies were once the stuff of […]Read More