RIP, George Romero.

George Romero was 77; he was, of course, the man who defined the zombie in modern American horror.  He in fact defined it so thoroughly that all creative visions of the Walking Dead are critically referenced in terms of how close or far they hove to or from Mr. Romero’s concepts.  That is an enviable artistic legacy.

My condolences, prayers, and good wishes to his family and loved ones.

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  • Patrick Thomas says:

    And Martin Landau, who almost became Mr. Spock, but was the lead in Space 1999 and Mission Impossible.

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