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In 1968, George A. Romero established the modern zombie film with his raw and terrifying debut The Night of the Living Dead, one of the most well-regarded and influential horror movies of all time. He followed up his debut with two more zombie hits, Dawn of the Dead and Day of the Dead, an unholy […]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

Day of the Dead (1985)

Zombies. They’re almost part of the flesh-eating furniture now aren’t they. Although they don’t have as much myth and legend around them as some of our other monsters (vampires, werewolves etc), they have become just as popular over recent years. As you probably know, the main man responsible for this growth is George Romero, who […]Read More

Day of the Dead (2008) Review

Who knew that a remake of Day of the Dead came out this year? Having stumbled across its existence, I certainly wish I didn’t. Though to call it a remake would be too high a compliment. This is a remake only in the sense of whoever wrote it may have been told about the original […]Read More