George A. Romero’s unreleased movie trailer released in the US ─ “The most horrifying movie in Romero history”

“Night of the Living Dead” (1968) “zombie』(1978), etc.George A. RomeroA phantom unreleased movie directed by the director, 4K restore version “The Amusement ParkThe US version of the trailer has been released.

The location of this work was unknown, but in November 2018, Guillermo del Toro collaborator Daniel Kraus reported on his Twitter that he had watched this work, and its existence was revealed. It was. Starring is Lincoln Maazel, an actor known for “Martin / Cursed Vampire Boy” (1977). The story is that the old man, who is the main character, tries to enjoy the day in an amusement park, but before he knows it, he finds himself in a hellish nightmare. Earlier reports also reported that an old man was depicted as he grew older in the United States, becoming more confused and lonely with pain, tragedy, and humiliation.

In the trailer, an old man, Lincoln Maazel, visits the amusement park, but it doesn’t distract him at all, and he seems to be suffering from nightmares one after another. Familiar zombies are unlikely to appear, but the various experiences at the amusement park are likely to be a metaphor for the tragic events faced by older people in society.

In addition, this work, which was produced between “Night of the Living Dead” and “Zombie”, was originally planned to raise public awareness of age discrimination and elder abuse. According to Klaus, the reason why this film was put into storage is that Director Romero drew the social situation at that time too radically. Romero’s wife also said about this work, “Horror“It’s not a movie,” he said, “the most horrifying work George has ever done.”

“The Amusement Park” will be distributed in the US on June 8, 2021 on the US distribution medium “Shudder”, which specializes in horror movies.

Source: IndieWire

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