We chat with Daniel Kraus about his collaboration (posthumously) with George A. Romero, and how ‘The Living Dead’ contains every element you expect from the director’s films.
We talk to the showrunner about giving back to the community that raised him, and the creative father who made him the man he is today.
Jordan Peele’s new nightmare shows us that horror’s potential empathy is often under-appreciated.
Horror has faced aspersions time after time. In being on the fringe of pop culture, the genre has had the space to do bold things. To be transgressive. To leave an indelible mark on the medium of film.
Suzanne Desrocher-Romero found dozens of unproduced screenplays by her late husband, here’s what we think the treasure trove holds.
By Farah Cheded
Zombies, space sagas and age ratings: fifty years ago, cinema was changed forever.
The ‘Outlander’ star is thrilled, and a little curious, to enter into a new arena of fandom.
Jonathan Schaech hopes that this second Day of the Dead remake will celebrate the genius and the gore of George A. Romero.