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In 1999, during the filming of Bruiser
(2000), he directed the music video "Scream" for the horror-punk legends, 'The Misfits'. The video was done as a homage to his Dead films, casting 'The Misfits' as zombie versions of themselves who go berserk in a hospital. In return, 'The Misfits' agreed to appear in Bruiser
3 Biographical Movies |
1 Print Biography |
36 Interviews |
13 Articles |
1 Pictorial |
Georges A. Romero | George Romero | Romero
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[on The Tales of Hoffmann
(1951)] It was the filmmaking, the fantasy, the fact that it was a fantasy and it had a few frightening, sort of bizarre things in it. It was everything. It was really a movie for me, and it gave me an early appreciation for the power of visual media--the fact that you could experiment with it. He [Michael Powell
] was doing all his tricks in-camera, and they were sort of...
When discussing his influences, he has aid that the Universal horror classics made a strong impression on him and his favorite horror film as a child was The Thing from Another World
(1951). However, the film he said made him want to be a director was The Red Shoes
(1948). While discussing the directors who made a strong impression on him, he said that Orson Welles
and Howard Hawks
were his ...
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King of the Zombies