Tag: Night of the Living Dead

Lux, Alice and George

February 4th is an important day in Horror. We celebrate the birth of two important figures and the passing of another. Today marks the birthdays of both Alice Cooper and George Romero. Two men whose influence is undeniable. Even if you’ve never listened to an Alice Cooper record, one of your favorite artists was likely …

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“Night of The Living Dead” Stars Home-Grown Talent

Two Pittsburgh-born performers who left home in search of show business careers, returned to Pittsburgh to make their motion picture debut debuts as stars of the Walter Reade Organization’s “The Night of The Living Dead” which opens soon at the Leathbridge Theatre. Duane Jones left Pittsburgh first for college and then to study at New …

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Grzegorz Domaradzki’s Night of the Living Dead

I’m pleased to share news with you about your next home decoration. We here at GdL16 have received word of this print by artist Grzegorz Domaradzki, brought to you from Kryptonite Prints and Apparel. Just in time for Halloween, Domaradzki’s rendition of the famed horror classic, Night of the Living Dead, has been silkscreened into a limited run. Though …

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Tuesday uEtsy: Stone House Arts

Stone House Arts http://www.etsy.com/shop/StoneHouseArts Quoth the Raven Sometimes, Quiet Side caters to clientele with unorthodox interment procedures. Once in a few years, we get a special request to bury a body at noon. The attendants are only scant in numbers, possibly immediate family though there’s rarely a common look among them. The running theory that Young Gun …

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Duane L. Jones (1936-1988)

Although his name might not be as recognizable as Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, or Robert Englund, Duane Jones is one of the most important people in American horror cinema. Jones is best known for his role as “Ben,” a man who faces many difficulties while trying to lead (and save) a group of people trapped …

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