George Romero’s zombies will make Americans reflect on racial violence long after his death
San Francisco Chronicle
In returning from the dead, zombies lose their human essence – their agency, critical reasoning capacities, empathy and language. As Cohen writes, “Zombies are a collective, a swarm. They do not own individualizing stories. They do not have personalities.
Honoring The Man Who Brought Zombies To The Big Screen
Praise the Zombie King and pass the ammunition: Review staffer pays tribute to horror hero
Romero Fans Should Watch the Clever ‘Mimesis: Night of the Living Dead’
Brought to you by Google News. Read the rest of the article here.