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On this very somber and serious episode, Brian, John, and Laine take a moment to reflect on the passing of a legend who not only birthed the modern zombie film, but in essence created the modern indie film scene; George A. Romero. We reflect on George’s career, his craft as a filmmaker, and ultimately his impact on indie filmmakers on a personal level.
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