George A. Romero

Biography

George Andrew Romero (February 4, 1940 - July 16, 2017) was an American-Canadian film director, screenwriter, and editor best known for his gruesome and satirical horror films about a hypothetical zombie apocalypse. He is nicknamed "Godfather of all Zombies."

16 titles Directing Writing Acting

4.9

Survival of the Dead

2010 · Director

5.7

Diary of the Dead

2007 · Director

6.2

Land of the Dead

2005 · Director

5.3

Bruiser

2000 · Director

5.9

The Dark Half

1993 · Director

6.1

Two Evil Eyes Due occhi diabolici

1990 · Director

6.2

Monkey Shines

1988 · Director

7.2

Day of the Dead

1985 · Director

6.9

Creepshow

1982 · Director

6.3

Knightriders

1981 · Director

7.2

Martin

1978 · Director

8.0

Dawn of the Dead

1978 · Director

6.1

The Crazies

1973 · Director

5.5

Season of the Witch Hungry Wives

1972 · Director

5.1

There's Always Vanilla

1971 · Director

7.9

Night of the Living Dead

1968 · Director

20 titles Directing Writing Acting

4.9

Survival of the Dead

2010 · Screenplay

4.5

Day of the Dead

2008 · Author

3.2

Night Of The Living Dead 3D

2007 · Writer

5.7

Diary of the Dead

2007 · Screenplay

6.2

Land of the Dead

2005 · Screenplay

7.3

Dawn of the Dead

2004 · Screenplay

5.3

Bruiser

2000 · Writer

5.9

The Dark Half

1993 · Screenplay

6.9

Night of the Living Dead

1990 · Screenplay

6.1

Two Evil Eyes Due occhi diabolici

1990 · Screenplay

6.2

Tales from the Darkside: The Movie

1990 · Screenplay

6.2

Monkey Shines

1988 · Screenplay

6.1

Creepshow 2

1987 · Screenplay

7.2

Day of the Dead

1985 · Screenplay

6.3

Knightriders

1981 · Writer

8.0

Dawn of the Dead

1978 · Screenplay

7.2

Martin

1978 · Writer

6.1

The Crazies

1973 · Screenplay

5.5

Season of the Witch Hungry Wives

1972 · Writer

7.9

Night of the Living Dead

1968 · Screenplay

3 titles Directing Writing Acting

6.4

A Fish Story

2013 · Nick's Dad

3.3

Dead Eyes Open

2008 · Scientist

6.1

Flight of the Spruce Goose

1986 · Gromero

7.2

Martin

1978 · Father Howard

7.9

Night of the Living Dead

1968 · Washington Reporter