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Monday, October 27, 2008 


At PopMatters this week, our massive, truly impressive section on Night of the Living Dead for it's 40th anniversary gets off the ground today; the introduction alone is fantastic. I say "our" because, unless the editors forgot to tell me something, I have an essay in it. It'll be up later in the week and I'll link to it then, but there's already six great essays up, including the introductory one by a certain George A. Romero.

About freaking time. Although the link's not working for me, but it might be because I'm at work.

So technically your commentary on zombies has been ranked alongside George A. Romero's.


That's a freaking "frame it" moment.
Much coolness.

You can see why I was so excited about this.

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