7/15/2004

Romero to Make "Land of the Dead"

Thank god. Romero will at least get a chance to make the 4th movie in the series. I can't wait to see what he cooks up - the plot sounds - decent. And if Day of the Dead is any indicator (the original) - it will be total Zombiegeddon!!!!
"Huge huge news for George Romero fans! It's finally official, after years and years and years of waiting, George Romero's fourth and final zombie flick, now called Land of the Dead, is going to happen! If you haven't seen Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead or Day of the Dead, what the hell are you waiting for? Read on for this breaking news..."

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I just can't bring myself to go see this movie when it comes out. I just can't believe out governer screwed up so bad that Romero won't be filming the fourth installment of the Dead series in Pittsburgh and its surrounding areas but instead has to go to Canada.

The Dead movies are a Pittsburgh tradition and it makes me so upset that he's taking the tradition away from here.

It upsets me that he didn't speak to his fan base in Pittsburgh and its surrounding areas so that we could have written letters to our Governer Rendell or done something to keep the dead haunting our lands.

Mr. Romero, I'm disapointed in you and have heard you do live here in the city, at least on a part time basis. You should know what an affect this would have on your fans here.

I know you won't be reading this, but just know, though I am only one person, I will not be going to see your moving nor will I be adding the fourh installment to my DVD collection. I'm sorry, Canada just does not cut it.

A VERY Disapointed Local Fan,
Melissa

Anonymous said...

Melissa,

Get over it. What kind of "fan" of these films are you, anyway? So the man CAN'T film in Pittsburgh...so what? Have you considered for a moment, that in a perfect world, he probably would have filmed in Pittsburgh? Of course, we do not live in a perfect world (or maybe that is the part of this you're failing to comprehend), nor can we have the conceit to believe this next installment belongs totally to Romero. Keep in mind, he is not paying for this film; his investors are. Given this, if you NEED to blame anyone, you should probably blame them. Or do you mean that we ALL should have been deprived of a sequel, because it couldn't be filmed in crappy ole' Pittsburgh? BTW. a major portion of the third film (DAY OF THE DEAD) was filmed in Florida, so you'd better cease watching that film as well.