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Author Topic: Deep Red 3D (George Romero,2010)  (Read 7467 times)

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Re: Deep Red 3D (George Romero,2010)
« Reply #15 on: 18 May 2010 - 07:59 »

I was thinking about this. Yes it is terrible that one of the best giallo flicks is to be "ruined" by a remake. But don't forget how solid Romero is as a director. Granted Diary of the Dead wasn't top notch and his recent output has been a bit slow. But still one of the better respected film-makers out there who possibly gave the world the best horror film ever! Also perhaps this is what Romero needs, we've never really seen him do a stock and slasher, and perhaps doing a remake of his Italian friend's classic will be a breath of fresh air.  :-*
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Re: Deep Red 3D (George Romero,2010)
« Reply #16 on: 18 May 2010 - 09:08 »

I can't see anyone actually allowing Romero to direct a film that doesn't feature zombies or the word 'dead' in the title. He's become a one-trick pony and I would imagine producers and financers only see his name as something that sells zombie flicks.
You can't blame a man for wanting some retirement dough. It seems Romero has gone the DeNiro route and is now doing whatever comes along.
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Re: Deep Red 3D (George Romero,2010)
« Reply #17 on: 18 May 2010 - 10:33 »

I can't see anyone actually allowing Romero to direct a film that doesn't feature zombies or the word 'dead' in the title. He's become a one-trick pony and I would imagine producers and financers only see his name as something that sells zombie flicks.
You can't blame a man for wanting some retirement dough. It seems Romero has gone the DeNiro route and is now doing whatever comes along.
after Dawn of the Dead, Day Of The Dead, Land Of The Dead, Diary Of The Dead, Survival Of The Dead, there's so many other things he could do - like, Afternoon of the Dead, Holidays Of The Dead, Children of the Dead, Party Of The Dead.
heck, he could even do a Hannah Montana meets the Dead! a surefire hit! starring Nicole Kidman!  :o
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Re: Deep Red 3D (George Romero,2010)
« Reply #18 on: 18 May 2010 - 10:36 »

...or even THE JONAS BROTHERS, DEAD AND IN 3D.
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Re: Deep Red 3D (George Romero,2010)
« Reply #19 on: 18 May 2010 - 11:25 »

The Jonas Brothers dead but staying dead as in never coming back to life, in 3D
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Re: Deep Red 3D (George Romero,2010)
« Reply #20 on: 18 May 2010 - 12:37 »

Romero could move into Television - How about 'Jamie Oliver - The Dead Chef', 'Dead Factor', 'Dead Housewives', 'Dragon's Dead' etc etc 
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Re: Deep Red 3D (George Romero,2010)
« Reply #21 on: 18 May 2010 - 13:37 »

Romero could move into Television - How about 'Jamie Oliver - The Dead Chef', 'Dead Factor', 'Dead Housewives', 'Dragon's Dead' etc etc 

Romero should remake Argento's Mother Of Tears in 3D. With the Spice Girls as the bunch of witches invading downtown LA.
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