Like so many of you, I bow at the altar of George Romero. He’s the grandfather of the modern zombie sub-genre in horror. His Dead series is a masterpiece altogether and several of them separately are works of horror genius. While I’m not huge on the last two of the series, at last so far as it stands, they’re still decent enough that I think the whole series is pretty wonderful.

So click on the images for each film (listed in chronological order) and as I’ve finished reviewing them you’ll be able to check them out. If you’ve got any sensible and intelligent opinions of your own on any of these movies, as always, I’d love to hear them! Drop on in at the comments section for any/all of them and we can have ourselves a chat.

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I'm a B.A.H. graduate & a Master's student with a concentration in pre-19th century literature. Although I've studied everything from Medieval literature onward, spent an extensive time studying post-modern works. I completed my Honours thesis on John Milton's Paradise Lost and the communal aspects of its conception, writing, as well as its later printing and publication. My Master's program involves a Creative Thesis, which will eventually become my debut novel. I most recently got to work with Newfoundland author Lisa Moore. I am also a writer and a freelance editor. My stories "Funeral" and "Sight of a Lost Shore" are available in The Cuffer Anthologies Vol. VI & VII. Stories to be printed soon are "Night and Fog", and "The Book of the Black Moon" from Centum Press (both printed in 2016) and "Skin" from Science Fiction Reader. Newfoundland author Earl B. Pilgrim's latest novel The Adventures of Ernest Doane Volume I was edited by me, too. Aside from that I have a short screenplay titled "New Woman" that went into production during late 2017. Meanwhile, I'm writing more screenplays, working on editing a couple novels I've finished, and running this website/writing all of its content. I used to write for Film Inquiry frequently during 2016-17. Please contact me at or hit me up on Twitter (@fathergore) if you want to chat, collaborate, or have any questions for me. I'm also on Facebook at Cheers!

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