The first time I ever saw “Night of the Living Dead,” the low-budget masterpiece of flesh-eating midnight terror directed by George A. Romero, who died on Sunday, it was in 1974. I was at home on a…
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Demarest, which backed "A Most Wanted Man" and Kevin Smith's "Tusk," is developing a TV adaptation of George A. Romero's "Empire of the Dead," a 15-issue graphic novel published by Marvel Comics. The…
Director Courtney Solomon has made something like a "Cannonball Run" for the YouTube Generation, with the largely incoherent action cut in a Cuisinart.
Backed by a superb ensemble, Daihachi Yoshida's brilliant ensemble piece plays like an affectionately distanced version of "Clueless."
Millennium Films and Campbell Grobman Films are partnering to bring George A. Romero's 1985 chiller "Day of the Dead" back to life.
KARLOVY VARY, Czech Rep. — Iranian helmer Jafar Panahi, who is under house arrest and waiting to start a six-year prison sentence, made a surprise appearance via Skype at the Karlovy Vary Film…
For all its negative pre-release publicity, this is a surprisingly smart, gripping and imaginative addition to the zombie-movie canon.
After J.J. Abrams was unable to find a way to have William Shatner make an appearance in his rebooted “Star Trek” franchise, is there a possibility he reprises his role as Captain Kirk in the next…
In "Awful Nice," the (nearly) lost art of physical comedy makes a roaring resurgence, courtesy of two belligerent brothers who tussle their way through their father's funeral, argue all the way to…
An inspired mashup of zombie heart and romantic-comedy brains, "Warm Bodies" offers a welcome twist on the living-dead canon, even if the decidedly femme-skewed results ignore pretty much every rule…
Get ready for "Deep Red" in 3D -- not by Dario Argento but from George A. Romero.