Time Warp: The Greatest Cult Films of All Time

In 1979 I went on one of my last photographic assignments for Pittsburgh Magzine. You can read all about it in Zombie Nights: My Two Nights with the Living Dead.
The behind the scenes images of this cult film have been well appreciated by fans of the movie, Dawn of The Dead. They are now about to get a broader audience. I have licensed some of the images to be used in the upcoming Showtime mini series, Time Warp: The Greatest Cult Films of All Times.

I have seen the teaser reel and it contains great interviews with Pam Grier, Jeff Bridges, Sean Young, Rob Zombie and hundreds of others. The episodes are finished and they are working of a distribution deal. This is one of the images they will use.

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Tom Savini


On Location with the Zombies!

In 1978 I had the unique opportunity to cover the making of Dawn of the Dead by Pittsburgh legend George Romero in the Monroeville Mall. I was on location for the now defunct Pittsburgh Magazine. In 2008 I began publishing these photos to my commercial site and was truly amazed at the response from around the world. There are thousands and thousands of fans around the world. I was asked last year to do an interview for the British magazine Undeadzine which was published last September. More recently I did an interview for the worlds only Catalonian Language Zombie site which you can read here.

Zombie Master Tom Zavini

Zombie Master Tom Zavini

Script Review

During downtime on the set of Dawn of The Dead (1978), George Romero would frequently sit down and review the script. Kind of like a Pitcher figuring out his next pitch. It was Romero’s attention to detail that makes this film a relevant classic nearly thirty five years after its release. Buy prints and cards or see more images from my Zombie catalog by clicking here.

Script Review

Script Review

My Interview with UndeadZine

The new issue of UndeadZine is out which features my interview about being a photojournalist on the set of Dawn of the Dead (1978). The magazine has lots of other interesting stuff and is available for tablets and phones with the free Undeadzine App that you can get at the App Store. The issue itself cost just $2.99. You can see my exclusive behind the scene images on my commercial gallery by clicking here.

Richard Burke Interview at UndeadZine