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CHAOS / PAGE BLANCHE: Roger Ebert caught Night of the Living Dead at a Saturday matinee and...

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Roger Ebert caught Night of the Living Dead at a Saturday matinee and was horrified by what he saw. The audience was mainly children, “dumped” by their parents for an afternoon at the movies. Early on, Ebert thought, the kids seemed to be enjoying the film’s deliciously spooky…

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roundandroundtheparanoiagoes:

J Wright

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osamot:

Fragile

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Fragile

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9u6i6i:

Night of the Living Dead (1968), Director: George A. Romero

9u6i6i:

Night of the Living Dead (1968), Director: George A. Romero

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marylemcke:

Death Troopers by Joe Schrieber

Chewie and I have gotten into a lot more heavily guarded places than this
Really?

marylemcke:

Death Troopers by Joe Schrieber

Chewie and I have gotten into a lot more heavily guarded places than this

Really?

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tumblea:

¡Más pitufos zombies!

tumblea:

¡Más pitufos zombies!

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Pr… Prep time?

Pr… Prep time?

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I think it was an amalgamation of a lot of movies and TV shows that I watched when I was growing up. So I was a lot like Norman who sits at home watching horror movies he shouldn’t be watching. There were a lot of horror movies, a lot of those ’80s movies like “The Goonies” and Amblin movies, “Ghostbusters”, “Poltergeist” and “Scooby Doo.” I think those were just churning away in my mind through adolescence, and then it got to the point where I was like, I want to make a movie about this. But I guess the original idea was a zombie movie for kids, ‘cause I thought “Why not?”

The “ParaNorman” Directors on Their Film: “It’s John Carpenter Meets John Hughes”

I think it was an amalgamation of a lot of movies and TV shows that I watched when I was growing up. So I was a lot like Norman who sits at home watching horror movies he shouldn’t be watching. There were a lot of horror movies, a lot of those ’80s movies like “The Goonies” and Amblin movies, “Ghostbusters”, “Poltergeist” and “Scooby Doo.” I think those were just churning away in my mind through adolescence, and then it got to the point where I was like, I want to make a movie about this. But I guess the original idea was a zombie movie for kids, ‘cause I thought “Why not?”

The “ParaNorman” Directors on Their Film: “It’s John Carpenter Meets John Hughes”

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Zombies make everything better. 

Zombies make everything better. 

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thehauntedrocket:

Zombie Beatles by MahmudAsrar

Rock’ n’ Roll

thehauntedrocket:

Zombie Beatles by MahmudAsrar

Rock’ n’ Roll