George A. Romero is the father of modern zombies, creating the genre of zombie-movies nearly single-handedly with 1968's low-budget masterpiece Night of the Living Dead. Since then, he's directed five other Dead films (including both Day and Dawn of the Dead). But what does Romero think of the monsters he gave birth to?
G4 and our sister site FEARnet were honored to host Mr. Romero recently putting the man himself in front of his own twisted grandchild, Valve's zombie shooter Left 4 Dead 2. Director Joe Lynch (Wrong Turn 2) sits with George Romero to get his reaction to the game, his thoughts on zombies in general, and some juicy info on Survival of the Dead, out on May 28 in theaters and viewable on Xbox Live and VOD now.
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