I like this circa-1986 interview with George Romero for a number of reasons:
- The nifty painting of a rather hale-and-hearty-looking Mr. Romero surrounded by a homogenized group of zombies.
- Romero dodges questions regarding the upcoming shooting of "Pet Sematary," a movie produced by Romero's Laurel Productions that scared me in no small measure as a Tiny Tenebrous, along with some discussion of "Creepshow" and its yet-to-emerge sequel. And yes, "Creepshow" freaked me out as a not-so-Tiny Tenebrous. I blame it on the piano soundtrack.
- This interview appeared in the same issue of GALLERY as one of my all-time favorite pieces of erotic writing.
- The awesome ads at the end--if zombies and independent filmmakers aren't your bag, just buy an upskirt video and call it a day.
As an added bonus, here's an extraordinarily terrifying ad presumably targeted at transvestites. The terrors of the disembodied nipples are exceeded by the horrors of the built-in cameltoe panties.