Image (with apologies to Steven Weber and George Romero) by Editor
I've made no secret of my fondness for actor Steven Weber's writings on The Huffington Post. I've heaped enough superlatives on his previous pieces, so let's just say, he's great. And here he mixes politics with George Romero's Night of the Living Dead. 'Nuff said! I couldn't not post it!
By all accounts George Romero's 1967 low-budget landmark Night of the Living Dead was never intended to graphically symbolize America's conversion to a culture of mindless, resource-consuming zombies. It was intended to scare acne-ridden drive-in theatre teens out of their bezitted wits. . .
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