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A Sad week for the movie Biz

Keith

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I'm honestly only really familiar with Martin Landau for two movies and they weren't good. BAPS and Ready to Rumble. Although I did hear him on the Marc Maron podcast and thought he took his vocation seriously.

Romero was a revolutionary film maker.....he introduced us to the modern day zombie and added social commentary to horror stories. Also if anyone hadn't watched Martin you're missing out on his best movie.
 
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Keith

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I'm honestly only really familiar with Martin Landau for two movies and they weren't good. BAPS and Ready to Rumble. Although I did hear him on the Marc Maron podcast and thought he took his vocation seriously.

Romero was a revolutionary film maker.....he introduced us to the modern day zombie and added social commentary to horror stories. Also if anyone hadn't watched Martin you're missing out on his best movie.
It is funny how few things I've seen Landau in. Only just found out today that he was in Hitchcock's North by Northwest. And just to remind you that he was in Ed Wood as Bela Lugosi and was fantastic. Quite underrated I think.

Agree 100% with you on Romero.