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A Lost George A. Romero Film Has Been Restored

Soon, you’ll be able to watch George A. Romero’s The Amusement Park

Horror visionary filmmaker George A. Romero died in 2017 at the age of 77 and now three years after his death, a film from the iconic director is set for release!

NY/LA-based arthouse/genre sales company Yellow Veil Pictures have acquired the worldwide sales rights for The Amusement Park, the formerly lost 1973 film that was rediscovered back in 2018.

Recently discovered and restored 46 years after its completion by the George A. Romero Foundation and produced by Suzanne Romero, The Amusement Park is an alluring snapshot of the filmmaker’s early artistic capacity and style and would go on to inform his ensuing filmography. The film was originally commissioned by the Lutheran Society to raise awareness about ageism and elder abuse. Romero, however, conceived of what was perhaps his wildest, most imaginative movie, an allegory about the nightmarish realities of growing older.

Suzanne Romero said: “Though not in the horror genre it is George’s most terrifying film. It has Romero’s unique footprint all over it!”

The Amusement Park stars Martin’s Lincoln Maazel as an elderly man who finds himself disoriented and increasingly isolated as the pains, tragedies, and humiliations of aging in America manifested through roller coasters and chaotic crowds. 

Yellow Veil Pictures Co-Founder Justin Timms said “We couldn’t be more excited to team up with the George A. Romero Foundation to bring this horrifying lost film to audiences. George’s work here, as always, is an unnerving criticism of American society, this time embodied through a relentless amusement park”

No word yet on when it will be released.

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