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Saturday Nightmares: The Ultimate Horror Expo of All Time! (2010)

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Stever gets up close and personal with many of the talented filmmakers and stars in exclusive backstage interviews. Stever captures the set-up of the memorabilia and collectibles stands by ... See full summary »

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Stever gets up close and personal with many of the talented filmmakers and stars in exclusive backstage interviews. Stever captures the set-up of the memorabilia and collectibles stands by the hard-working staff and volunteers, the panel discussion with Romero, Barbeau and others moderated by Roy Frumkes, and the long lines of fans, some adorned in full costume and make-up, waiting to get autographs of their favorite horror legends. Written by Anonymous

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Good For Romero Fans
15 October 2015 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Saturday Nightmares: The Ultimate Horror Expo of All Time! (2010)

*** (out of 4)

Die-hard fans of George Romero will want to watch this 47-minute documentary that was filmed at a convention in New Jersey that was held at the Lowes Theatre. Romero is joined by John Amplas, Roy Frumkes, Andrienne Barbeau, Ken Foree, David Emge, Tom Savini and others as they are on a panel answering questions from fans.

This documentary not only shows a little of the panel discussion but it also gives you a tour of the old theater where the event took place. We get interviews with Amplas, Frumkes, Barbeau and Louise Robey. One wishes that more of the panel discussion was included because this is where the most interesting stuff can be found. This includes Romero being asked about his most disappointing movie as well as what he thought about Lucio Fucli's ZOMBIE.


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