- George A Romero Outtakes Capture The Man
- Haddonfield High: Remembering the Halloween Young Adult Books
- George A Romero’s Zombie Musical That Never Was
- Call Of Duty: WWII Zombies Trailer Is Terrifying
- Friday 13th Accessories Set
It’s been a sad week with the loss of George A Romero, but Tony Timpone has released some previously unseen outtakes that really capture the essence of the man.
Back in 1997 there were a series of young adult books released based on the Halloween franchise. Wicked Horror’s Nat Brehmer takes a look back at them.
Bet you didn’t know that before Land of the Dead George A Romero was planning a zombie musical? You do now.
The best thing about the endless Call of Duty games has always been the zombie mode, and the latest from the upcoming COD: WWII game looks amazing.
There’s a good chance you’ve got at least one Jason figure lurking on a shelf somewhere, and now you can give him the perfect backdrop.
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