By Al Horner
The pair’s new concept album ‘A Beginner’s Mind’ takes its cues from an eclectic list of films, from Mad Max to The Silence of the Lambs.
By Anton Bitel
George A Romero’s long-lost public service announcement captures the inherent horrors of old age.
His posthumous swan song Twilight of the Dead may soon enter production.
Newly restored PSA The Amusement Park is a fascinating precursor to his later genre work.
How fearless stuntwork and a load of tranquillisers created one of the craziest moments in horror history.
The seminal 1968 film has been resurrected with a comedic twist.
By Anton Bitel
The genre maestro’s 1998 Monkey Shines was dubbed ‘An Experiment In Fear’ – and with good reason.
George A Romero originally had a different fate in store for the protagonists of his zombie classic.
By Adam Scovell
Released 50 years ago, the director’s lo-fi debut is filled with potent imagery and political resonance.
Our guide to every film version of the great American author’s work, ranked from worst to best.
Dawn of the Dead and Day of the Dead are films of hunger and the frustration of bodies.
By Matt Thrift
The horror maestro reflects on his unique and remarkable career in this previously unpublished interview.
The cinematic king of the undead is putting his creations behind the wheel for his next project.
Doomed projects like David Cronenberg’s Frankenstein are discussed in Untold Horror.