George A. Romero's Legendary Lost Movie The Amusement Park Is Coming to Shudder

George A. Romero's Legendary Lost Movie The Amusement Park Is Coming to Shudder
George A. Romero's legendary lost 1973 movie, The Amusement Park, has been acquired by Shudder. The premium streaming service for horror, thriller, and the supernatural, announced the acquisition of the highly anticipated movie this morning. The Amusement Park, the formerly lost movie from trailblazing horror icon Romero, will stream for the first time in history this summer. In addition, Shudder released the movie's poster, which was created by Polish artist Aleksander Wasilewski.

The Garf is thrilled to announce that @Shudder has acquired The Amusement Park, George's unflinching, terrifying look at ageism. Previously seen only in theaters, this

film was George's first and only work for hire, and we can't wait for you to see it. #stayscared#georgearomeropic.twitter.com/LYoCvs6Xyq

— The George A. Romero Foundation (@theGARFofficial) February 25, 2021

The Amusement Park was recently discovered and restored 46 years after its completion by the George A. Romero Foundation. It is produced by and overseen by Suzanne Desrocher-Romero.
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