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Waxwork Records 2018 Subscription Titles Announced!

Waxwork Records 2018 Subscription

Waxwork Records recently unveiled their 2018 Waxwork Records Subscription titles! 2018 marks the fourth year of the service. As with previous years, fans can expect top notch film scores on deluxe vinyl with new art, re-mastered audio, high quality packaging, and more. Titles include Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, Get Out and The ‘Burbs. Best of all, the 2018 …

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George A. Romero, 77, Passes Away

It is with a heavy heart that we must announce that George A. Romero, 77, passed away on Sunday. According to the L.A. Times, Romero died in his sleep after a lengthy battle with lung cancer. His wife, Suzanne, and daughter, Tina, were by his side.  Romero got his start directing Night of the Living Dead, which completely reinvented zombies …

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30 Best One Liners in Horror Movies

Sometimes, a single line of movie dialog is so powerful, so perfect in its context, it singlehandedly immortalizes the entire film. Many of these quotes become part of our popular vernacular, like “I’m gonna make him an offer he can’t refuse,” and, “I’m ready for my close-up,” or, “I’ll have what she’s having.” Horror fans have their own favorite one-liners, …

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Top 9 Horror Remakes…So Far

It seems like the horror remake is a trend that, to put it bluntly, simply won’t die. From Jason to Michael Myers, Freddy to Chucky, almost every horror movie under the sun has been remade with no end in sight to the onslaught. There was even talk of a remake of the remake of Friday the 13th (although apparently it …

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A Look Back at Romero’s ‘Night of the Living Dead’

The idea of a horde of undead, flesh-eating ghouls was completely unheard of before George A. Romero picked up a camera in 1967 and filmed one of the most influential horror movies of all time, Night of the Living Dead (1968). Now a pop culture icon, Romero has spent nearly a half-century creating films that explore both social commentary and satire, all the while scaring …

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