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George A. Romero Collection brings the dead to life

Visitors at Living with the Dead: A Party Celebrating the George A. Romero Archival receive makeup courtesy of ScareHouse.

By Sinead McDevitt, For the Pitt News

October 24, 2019

The undead strolled through the dimly lit first floor of the Hillman Library Wednesday night — past the grave of Nicholas Kramer, which Barbara (Judith O’Dea) clung to in after the first zombie attack in the 1968 film “Night of the Living Dead.”

Remembering horror film icon Romero at Carnegie Lecture Hall

Panelists Suzanne Desrocher-Romero, Gary Streiner, Steven Schlozman and Russell Streiner speak at the “Reflections on Romero” event on Friday. They shared memories of the legendary filmmaker George A. Romero — who is known for directing “Night of the Living Dead.”

By Maggie Medoff, Staff Writer

October 23, 2018

George A. Romero is the filmmaker behind the classic film “Night of the Living Dead,” and he was remembered over the weekend with the event “Reflection on Romero.”

Horror movie classics should be standard for scares

(Illustration by Garrett Aguilar | Staff Illustrator)

By Maggie Durwald | For The Pitt News

November 3, 2017

Johnny and Barbara arrive at their father’s grave in rural Pennsylvania, a storm brewing in the distance. A gaunt, staggering man approaches silently across the landscape of headstones. He murders Johnny. Barbara flees. The man — a zombie — gives chase. Her brother’s last, teasing words of warni...

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