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Have a Great Weekend

Not only were the films of George A. Romero a tremendous influence on how the Triffid Ranch came to be (the story of how audience participation midnight showings of Dawn of the Dead in 1985 at the long-dead AMC Northwood Hills 4 theater in Dallas led to a carnivorous plant gallery today is one worthy of James Burke), but George Romero was the one childhood hero I’ve met that I didn’t scare to death by accident. Vale, Mr. Romero.

Have a Great Weekend

Because so many of my friends have current or upcoming projects that really need a musical theme, might I recommend the musical accompaniment to my wedding nearly 15 years ago? You’re welcome.

Have a Great Weekend

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Have a Great Weekend

Have a Great Weekend

Have a Great Weekend

For all of the noise about the 40th anniversary of the premiere of Star Wars, let’s not forget that another bit of cultural flotsam premiered four decades ago this week, with an arguably longer and more insidious influence. At least with this, we won’t be seeing ridiculous “Sid shot first” revisionism.