Father of The Living Dead, George A Romero, Passes

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Father of The Living Dead, George A Romero, Passes
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As fans of horror, we all owe a great debt to Romero. His visionary retooling of the famous novel I Am Legend into an original film with 1968's Night of the Living Dead paved a roadmap for an entire subgenre of horror that would go on to become arguably one of the most popular of the 21st century. Without Romero's library of work, much of what we consider to be modern horror wouldn't exist in the form it does today. What Romero called "The Blue Collar Monster" helped shape an entirely new style of "grounded" horror that would go on to inspire not just other filmmakers, but novels, comics, and especially video games.

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