Whenever a beloved classic is slated to be remade, the outrage from some fans can hit insane levels.
I guess it was inevitable that zombies would one day move quickly.
So many kids grow up on video games where everything zips by at a million miles an hour, and I guess this passes for innovation in filmmaking today.
Zombies have become George Romero's "brand" - as the creepy undead is what he's best known for.
When Jurassic Park cemented the power of CGI, the genie was definitely out of the bottle for good.
There’s been a lot of great CGI since, and a lot of terrible movies that rely on it way too much as well.
When Land of the Dead came out to critical acclaim in 2005, I was pleased to see George Romero, one of the great masters of horror, enjoying something of a comeback.
When the news hit that Tales From the Crypt may again be revived, I knew William Gaines had to be smiling somewhere.
Right on the heels of a report about a three part theatrical version of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower comes news that there could also be a several episode movie version of King’s epic 1978 novel The Stand in the works.