His short story "Clay" was anthologized in "Modern Masters of Horror" edited by Frank Coffey
(New York : Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, 1981).
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Georges A. Romero | George Romero
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I don't try to answer any questions or preach. My personality and my opinions come through in the satire of the films, but I think of them as a snapshot of the time. I have this device, or conceit, where something happens in the world and I can say, 'Ooo, I'll talk about that, and I can throw zombies in it! And get it made!' You know, it's kind of my ticket to ride.
Frequently casts African-Americans as the heroes of his films, although the parts aren't usually written specifically for any particular race, going against the stereotype of the Black character dying early in horror films.
Films often contain extreme carnage with make-up effects by Tom Savini