This past week,not only have we’ve now lost both Jerry Lewis and Tobe Hooper(the maestro behind THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE[a film which helped revolutionize modern horror cinema]) but there was also the introduction of plans for a possible Hollywood Walk Of Fame star for the one and only George Romero(the maestro behind NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD,DAWN OF THE DEAD,DAY OF THE DEAD,and CREEPSHOW),with the catch being that the people behind this good intended star plan completely needs $35,000(out of $60,000) in order for that very Walk Of Fame star to become an official reality.
The feisty modern fans have thrown an uproar over this plans that includes a crowdfunding campaign(with the link for it above) since they have to contribute to helping out for it,which is ridiculous for them to do since people regularly contribute to crowdfunding projects for films,books,and CD albums,and these complaining dolts(with a few of them claiming that the Hollywood Walk Of Fame star means nothing: It Really Means A Lot As A Crowning Achievement To Romero’s Valuable Legacy,Dumbasses !!!) would immediately contributes all of their hard earned pennies from the bottoms of their pockets if this were a Hollywood Walk Of Fame star for Sid Haig and Bill Moseley(as well as Danielle Harris).
My point here is either contribute to this star project(as costly as it is),appreciate this project for its good intentions(even if there isn’t any cheaper options for it),or just stop complaining,since this is George A. Romero we are talking about here and we Truly Deserves a Hollywood Walk Of Fame star by any means necessary.
Celluloid Bombs Of The Week: BIRTH OF THE DRAGON(Which Blumhouse Productions Made Without Both Shannon Lee’s And Linda Lee Caldwell’s Consultation) And Adam Wingard’s DEATH NOTE American Adaptation(Which Everyone Anywhere Absolutely Hates)