Goodbye to George Romero, the pioneer of the Horror genre
The father of the zombie, so named George Romero, the legend of horror, the one who invented it from nothing, a new genre, died in a hospital in Toronto at the age of 77 years for a cancer to your lungs. In 1968 he began with a film on a low budget titled night of The living dead. Shot in Pittsburgh black and white with an approximate cost of 114mila dollars, has managed to cash in a short time, an amount of us $ 30 million, becoming a cult within the world of film and pop-culture. Outside of the projects which concern the franchise of the Living Dead, Romero has worked on other projects, he has written or directed some of the films, such as: the Crazies, Knightriders, and episodes of the TV documentary The Winners. According to the artist of the zombies, Arthur Suydam Empire of the Dead, the new tv series about zombies, could lead the same about the american television AMC if all things go right. Suydam also said to fans during the Wizard World Louisville that AMC had just signed agreements for the series, which would become the next big series about zombies aired on AMC. We do not yet know when the series will see the light on the television screen, but all the fans are waiting for the arrival of the last work of Romero on the network AMC.
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