R I P George A Romero, Father of the Modern Movie Zombie

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R I P George A Romero, Father of the Modern Movie Zombie
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There was no way Romero or any of the cast or crew could have predicted the eventual cultural enormity of Night of the Living Dead. Although he never used the word "zombie" in his film, the iconography and the rules of the on-screen "ghouls" immediately codified a new genre of zombie-based horror. If you've ever seen The Walking Dead , or indeed have talked about zombies in any capacity, or seen any film or game that had a zombie in it (that was made after 1968), it is a direct descendant of George A. Romero's creative tinkering all those years ago.

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