We look back at the work of horror maestro and zombie godfather George A. Romero and why it continues to resonate today.
Hollywood is morning the loss of horror icon and filmmaker George A. Romero who succumbed to lung cancer over the weekend.
Horror icon,Night of the Living Dead director and godfather of the zombie genre George A. Romero has passed away from lung cancer.
Writer John Russo revealed on social media that Night of the Living Dead star George Kosana succumbed to various illnesses.
Double Take is releasing three new Night of the Living Dead comics, while Legendary debuts Krampus and Trick 'r Treat comics.
The Night of the Living Dead prequel Origins follows a scientist who strikes a deal with the government that will affect all mankind.
Tony Todd, Tom Sizemore, Danielle Harris and Bill Mosely co-star in this 3D re-imagining of George A. Romero's original 1968 classic.
Producer Richard P. Rubinstein, who owns the rights to 1978 classic, is nearly finished with the conversion.
Zebediah De Soto directs this zombie tale using innovative facial recognition software.
Our readers can order this creepy new print based on the George A. Romero zombie classic, Night of the Living Dead, and get 15% off at checkout.
We have all the details on this new George A. Romero film in both formats.
The legendary zombie film director talks about his latest scary movie.
The legendary horror director discuses his new proposed series of films and which of his classic movies that he'd like to see remade.
A look at May through June with Iron Man 2, Robin Hood, The A-Team, the return of Shrek, and a whole lot more!!
The latest zombie horror becomes available on VOD, Xbox Live, PlayStation and Amazon this Friday!
We're giving away three DVDs from Magnolia Home Entertainment to celebrate this new horror film.
Take a look at this upcoming zombie adventure from the horror guru.
Take a look at the latest in George A. Romero's zombie franchise.
Take a look at this brand new one-sheet for the horror legend's new zombie film.
A new story reveals that MTV is developing a remake of the George A. Romero zombie classic.