Posts Tagged ‘george a romero’

by The Great White Gypsy From Paris with Love – Directed by Pierre Morel, Written by Adi Hasak and Luc Besson Swordfish. The Punisher. A Love Song for Bobby Long. Lonely Hearts. John Travolta has been in four good films in the last ten years. This is a fact. And the only reason I’m giving […]


by The Great White Gypsy Who the hell does Zack Snyder think he is? In 1990, he directed Playground, a short documentary about Michael Jordan.  14 years later, he assumes that gives him the right to remake a horror classic originally done by the iconic George A. Romero.  One feature film, and he jumps into […]


  Like many horror fans, and most dedicated John Carpenter fans, I cringed when I saw a poster for the remake of 1978’s masterpiece Halloween.  Not only do I feel that Carpenter’s movies are too campy and brilliant to be remade well (The Fog and Assault on Precinct 13 sucked ass), but in recent memory, […]