By Dakota Cantwell George A. Romero may have died over a year ago now but, according to his wife, he may still have pages of scripts just waiting to be shared with the world. In an interview with comicbook.com, Suzanne Desrocher-Romero said “Dan [Klaus] is fervently rewriting as we speak. Also, George has many scripts.… Read More George Romero may have left behind secret scripts
Whether it’s George Romero’s classic “Night of the Living Dead” or AMC’s ratings juggernaut “The Walking Dead,” there is a common element in zombie apocalypse fiction and that’s the fact that people survive better in groups, but not all groups work. The reason some groups do better than other is largely due to organization. An… Read More We’re in this together: Group dynamics in disaster scenarios
There seems to be a lot of talk about zombie sequels lately. Most recently, it was an announcement that a third installment of the “28” series was in development. Presumably to be called 28 Months Later, little is known about the project other than it started as “weird idea” that came to screenwriter Alex Garland.… Read More Top 5 zombie sequels
The “RiffTrax Live” cinema series has been racking in the “LOLs” and “ROTFLs” with its celebrated comedic treatment of films since 2009. This fall, the stars of RiffTrax—Michael J. Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett (best known for the groundbreaking “Mystery Science Theater 3000”)—are back for a hilarious never-before-seen take on the George Romero zombie… Read More “RiffTrax Live: Night of the Living Dead” brings original zombie classic back to theaters in time for Halloween
When you’re a writer, you never know when or where inspiration will strike. For Jenny Thomson, the idea for her zombie novel “Dead Bastards” came while she was actually writing a different story. “This image came into my head of a man turning up at his friend’s door looking like he’d been mugged. Only when… Read More The dead rise in Glasgow
A number of resources discussing weapons for use during an apocalypse mention Molotov cocktails and I’ve even seen them mentioned in a number of zombie forums as well. A sneak peek image from the upcoming episode of AMC’s The Walking Dead (Episode 312 “Clear”) brought this topic to mind once more. For those that know,… Read More Fight zombies with fire? I don’t think so!
By Mikey Taylor In 1968 George A Romero invented a genre. The modern zombie was born when Night of the Living Dead hit theaters. Movie goers were terrified at this new monster that had been laid before them. People covered their eyes, people panicked, they even walked out because the terror on the screen was… Read More Catching up with Karen Cooper and Sheriff McClelland