George A. Romero Movies, Ranked

Masters of Horror George A. Romero (Ranked)
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A monster escapes from a horror comic book and visits a battered boy to inspire him in his vengeance scheme.
A storytelling specter assists a boy in plotting revenge against bullies.
Strangers take refuge in a mall during a zombie outbreak.
A zombie outbreak forces different professionals to remain barricaded inside an empty shopping mall.
A quadriplegic man's trained monkey becomes psychotic.
A child tells a woman who wants to eat him three dark stories in order to buy time.
A group of people chased by zombies take refuge in a vacant house.
Two stories of twisted romance by Edgar Allan Poe are presented.
A zombie infestation forces scientists and military officers to hide in an underground bunker
Strangers barricade themselves in a farmhouse to survive a zombie infestation.
Survivors of a zombie apocalypse lose control of their reinforced district.
Stranded on an island, survivors of a zombie infestation hope to find a cure to the plague.
After years of being tread upon and cheated on, a man awakens with a white mask.
A writer is losing control of his fictional alter ego.
A contaminated water supply infects the inhabitants of a small town, making them insane.
A group of survivalists dwell in an underground bunker and seek to find a cure against a zombie virus.
The military attempts to contain a virus that causes death and insanity.
A vampirist visits his granduncle who believes he is a real vampire.
While shooting a movie, a group of film students end up in the middle of a zombie infestation.
A group of people try to outrun a hoard of zombies invading their town.
A group of people lock themselves in a farm house and try to survive a zombie attack.
A housewife gets mixed up in witchcraft and murder.
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