Romero’s Diary….. of the Dead

Well just when you thought master filmmaker George A. Romero might break the mold and try something new…. he doesn’t.

There are some people out there that should stick to what they do best and NEVER step outside their circle of comfort. I wouldn’t say Romero is one of them, but he apparently does.

Cinema Fusion got the scoop:

Like the saying goes, you just can’t keep a good zombie down. News coming out of The Hollywood reporter is that horror god George A. Romero is preparing to write and direct another zombie sequel. The new movie titled George A. Romero’s Diary of the Dead will mix in “elements of The Blair Witch Project and the long-running Dead series, the film will follow a group of college students shooting a horror movie in the woods who stumble upon a real zombie uprising.

Don’t get me wrong. I like the Dead series, but is this all Romero is capable of? Maybe he knows his limitations and feels that anything BUT horror is not for him. Ok, they dont ALL have zombies in them. Ok, maybe they do.

Do you think if he did anything BUT zombies that it would fail??

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