17 February, 2008

DIARY OF THE DEAD on CINEMADROME


Maverick director George A. Romero



A zombie holocaust is uploaded onto the internet in DIARY OF THE DEAD...


the topic of my WEEKEND MOVIE DIARY on ROBERT MONELL'S CINEMADROME. Click on the link at the top of the sidebar at left to read about my four decades of personal history with George A. Romero's horror films and reflections on his career in anticipation of his newest zombie epic.




4 comments:

Northwestsix said...

I can't wait to see this one! Romero will always be my favorite horror film director.

Thanks for the great blog, Robert!

Could you please tell me from what movie does that picture from the logo of the blog come? I remember seeing that scene, but don't remember where...

Thanks and take care!

Robert Monell said...

Thanks for the comments and welcome to the blog, northwestsix. The image comes from Jess Franco's 1967 TWO UNDERCOVER ANGELS (SADISTEROTICA), interestingly you don't see the dancer from that angle in the covered, much longer Spanish version, LA CASA DE DOS BELLESAS.

Northwestsix said...

Thanks for the info, Robert! Recently I watched gain "The Devil came from Akasava", "Venus in Furs" and "Vampiros Lesbos" trying to figure out from where that image came. I used to have a VHS of "Two undercover angels", but never got the DVD. I'll try to get a copy now, I love that "pop art" style.

Take care!

Robert Monell said...

Yes, it's High POP ART style is intoxicating. I wish there could be a US DVD of the Spanish vers also.