American Filmmaker George A. Romero, who was known for making classic horror movies, passes away at the age of 77. He was battling with lung cancer for quite some time and on 16th July he took his last breath. His movie ‘Night of the Living Dead’ is considered to be one of the best horror and social satire of all time.
He has been a part of more than 30 films in his career as a director, writer, editor and actor, which is quite an accomplishment. His last movie as a filmmaker was ‘The Crazies’ which was released in 2010 and it was also praised all over the world.
Romero’s accomplishment as a filmmaker is unimaginable, he is truly one of a kind and he will always be remembered. He brought something in the Industry which was new and creative. He had the courage to do that and revolutionaries the Industry.
There are very few filmmakers in this world that made an impact with their first film only and Romero was one of them. His first movie ‘Night Of The Living Dead’ as said earlier is one of the best social-horror satire, and was one of the biggest hit of 1968.
‘The Crazies’, ‘Martin’, ‘Dawn Of The Dead’, ‘Day Of The Dead’, ‘The Silence Of The Lambs’ and ‘Diary Of The Dead’ are some of his accomplished work both as a filmmaker and as an actor.
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