Full Episode February 25, 2013
GST S3: Episode 107 - Spike Lee And George A. Romero

We talk to THE DIRECTORS. First up, directing legend Spike Lee is in the red chair. Since his first feature, 'She's Gotta Have It,' Spike's directed some downright classics: 'Do The Right Thing,' 'Jungle Fever,' 'Malcolm X'... the list goes on. And he's not slowing down: Spike recently released 'Bad 25,' a documentary about Michael Jackson's 'Bad,' and he's currently shooting the North American remake of Chan-wook Park's 'Oldboy.' Then, George A. Romero, the godfather of zombie films, is in the red chair. He released 'Night of the Living Dead' in 1968, in the process creating a template for modern horror films. Recently, a retrospective of his work in Toronto showcased the long career of a horror master.


THE BIO: Spike Lee

THE BIO: George A. Romero



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