For many horror fans, George A. Romero’s DAWN OF THE DEAD is an untouchable zombie masterpiece. Yet, without the amazing, passionate, and detailed work of the incredible Tom Savini, one may wonder how well this horror would have been received. That film put Savini on the map, and launched his career as a special effects artist of extremely high caliber. We look at Savini’s life and craft, from horror to drama, as well as his acting, producing, directing, and stunt work. We’ll also discuss how his artistry brought many horror films to life, from THE BURNING and FRIDAY THE 13TH, and to MARTIN and CREEPSHOW.
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@LaureneLandon @LoudGreenBird @FriscoKidTX @GuyRicketts @LianeMoonRaven @Tina_Scott95 @THENAMNATION @chitownjimmyxox @RonGizmo @Amber_F_Shaw @armygirl181 @SamesCarolyn @Illuminati322 @TheNakedPorch @leon_flemming @dixiefairy @chaos_4ever @DarkTwistedMeow @JillArmenante and Chris Messineo from the New Jersey Film School