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Review: My Tale of Two Cities

The smoky, solid-iron Pittsburgh that Woody Guthrie sang about faded away after WW2, leaving a vacuum eventually supplanted by a cleaner but still soulful civic iteration.
Pittsburgh doc not Pittsburgh-y enough
By CLIF GARBODEN  |  July 30, 2010

Slideshow: Images from 'Night Of The Living Dead: Reanimated'

A "collaborative artistic mash-up" of George Romero's 1968 cult classic zombie film
Artists re-interpret Night of the Living Dead through mixed media
George Romero live at the Brattle tonight for "Survival of the Dead"

George Romero live at the Brattle tonight for "Survival of the Dead"

It may be Star Wars Day everywhere else, but tonight in Harvard Square, it's Zombie Day: Anyone looking to catch a sneak preview of George...
By Michael C. Walsh  |  May 04, 2010

Review: The Crazies

George Romero has always had a knack for raising the deceased and having them dine on family and friends.
Glorious gore, without too much overkill
By TOM MEEK  |  March 05, 2010

Video: 2010 horror movie previews

Will 2010 be a festive romp of eye-gouging, throat-slitting, and disemboweling?
Hollywood Splat Pics and Horrific Indies
By MICHAEL NEEL  |  January 29, 2010
Monkey See, Monkey DON'T: The World's 6 Least Helpful Helper Monkeys

Monkey See, Monkey DON'T: The World's 6 Least Helpful Helper Monkeys

Photo via eyeonspringfield.tumblr.comEvery kid fantasizes about owning a monkey. Or maybe we mean pony, but you get the idea. Helping Hands, a self-proclaimed "monkey college"...
By webteam  |  October 22, 2009


Dead reckoning

Fo r years it looked as if George Romero had hit a dead end.
George Romero’s exquisite corpses
By PETER KEOUGH  |  February 13, 2008

Last man standing

In his 1954 novel I Am Legend , Richard Matheson conjured up a terrifying scenario: a man-made plague has killed most of humanity.
Once a cautionary tale about human folly, has the doomsday myth become just more fun and games?
By PETER KEOUGH  |  December 12, 2007

Cinema of Shadows

It’s not likely, but Judd Apatow’s pitch for Knocked Up might have sounded something like this.
We’re five years into the Iraq crisis, and Hollywood hasn't made a film about the war. Or is  every film is about the war?
By PETER KEOUGH  |  June 06, 2007

Streisand vs. Maiden

This month, I was able to catch the Boston stops on the tours of two legendary acts, known to their fans as single-word entities: Maiden and Barbra.
Live, to the death
By SEAN BARTLETT  |  November 16, 2006