Zombie Horror Legend George A Romero Has Died

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Zombie Horror Legend George A Romero Has Died
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George A. Romero started his career with a bang in the late 1960s, and while he helmed notable titles like The Crazies, Knightriders and Monkey Shines, he will always be remembered for his work with the undead. Released in 1968, Night of the Living Dead was a revolutionary horror movie that not only had audiences passing out from fright, but had some serious things to say about society and reflected the era's disillusionment with its institutions (not to mention the big deal that was casting a black actor, Duane Jones, in the lead role). A decade after his debut, he went after consumer culture in 1978's Dawn of the Dead - and together the two movies stand as true classics of the horror genre.

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