Tag Archives: George Romero

31 Nights of Horror. Night 12: Night of the Living Dead

Tonight film is Tom Savini’s verison of the George A. Romero classic, Night of the Living Dead. When it was released in 1990 it is almost an exact scene-for-sence remake of the classic (1968). It is said that some of the reasoning behind this that Savini thought no matter how good the orginal film was, moviegoer’s of the 1990s would …

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31 Days of Horror. Day 12: The Dark Half

Every year we have a tradition in the Forto house where we celebrate the greatest month of the year, October, with scare your socks off, hide under the covers, turn on all the lights, sleep with one eye open, fright fest, movie marathon every night of the month! We call it 31 Days of Horror. 31 Days of Horror. Day 12 …

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31 Days of Horror. Day 7: Dawn of the Dead

31 Days of Horror: Day 7 Movie:  Dawn of the Dead Filmed in Monroeville Mall, Monroeville, PA. The weapons store featured in the film was never a part of the Monroeville Mall. George A. Romero shot those scenes in a gun shop in downtown Pittsburgh and edited the footage in to make it look like it was a shop in …

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