It was the film that gave a farewell embrace to the old, while simultaneously ushering in the new. It was a genius product of its time, and yet it somehow remains timeless.
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Your wedding photo could use a bit more blood and guts. Or so thinks zombie-loving artist Rob Sacchetto.
Sacchetto is the man behind ZombiePortrait...
Have we started to see zombies all around us because -- on some distant, allegorical, semi-serious level -- we fear we have become more like zombies ourselves?
Ever since he made the black & white Night of the Living Dead in 1968, New York-born Romero's name is mentioned in the same breath as the word "zombie."
Y'know, people probably shouldn't be this gleeful about issues of mortality, but in the cases of the movies being discussed in this episode, we're kin...
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