Being an avid horror fan there’s nothing more special than the discovery of long-lost “artifacts”. We were contacted today by photographer Richard Burke who writes in with info on new behind-the-scenes photography from the set of George A. Romero’s 1978 Dawn of the Dead! “My name is Richard Burke and in 1978 I had a small photography studio in Pittsburgh. I was assigned to take pictures of the filming of the Dawn of the Dead by Pittsburgh Magazine and recently I rediscovered the old negatives and have been scanning them. Most of them have never been seen. I have been posting the better images to my commercial site. The others I have been posting to my blog.” Take a peak at a young Romero and Tom Savini below.
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