Tags : romero

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

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

Survival of the Dead (2009)

George Romero is back. The man who single handedly created the zombie genre and shaped its look and feel returns to our screens with the 6th movie in his ‘of the Dead’ series. However times have changed, zombie movies have mutated and today’s audience is used to stronger, faster, blood filled, decapitating, virus spreading thrill […]Read More

The Crazies (2010)

With most horror films, the threat comes from outside – a monster in the woods, a psycho escaped from an asylum, a ghost from the other side. But what if the menace was closer to home? What if it was infecting the people around you? What if your friends and family where unknowingly, unwittingly being […]Read More