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BTS, Xander Berkeley as Gregory, Lauren Cohan as Maggie Greene - The Walking Dead _ Season 7, Episode 15 - Photo Credit: Gene Page

BTS, Xander Berkeley as Gregory, Lauren Cohan as Maggie Greene - The Walking Dead _ Season 7, Episode 15 - Photo Credit: Gene Page

by Vesa Lehtimäki | ALTERNATIVE FRAME: Three Kings: "I had an idea of a name and story to this one but I can't remember it anymore. Something about Darth Vader using his lightsaber as a flashlight because he couldn't see anything with his helmet in the darkness of a night falling on Hoth."

by Vesa Lehtimäki | ALTERNATIVE FRAME: Three Kings: "I had an idea of a name and story to this one but I can't remember it anymore. Something about Darth Vader using his lightsaber as a flashlight because he couldn't see anything with his helmet in the darkness of a night falling on Hoth."

The anatomy of an AT-AT. Good in the snow and apparently deployed as a 'Weapon of Terror'; like all weapons then! There's a book of these beauties somewhere. Wants.

The anatomy of an AT-AT. Good in the snow and apparently deployed as a 'Weapon of Terror'; like all weapons then! There's a book of these beauties somewhere. Wants.

The original title of the Romero Classic was "Night of the Flesh-Eaters".  It was changed in post-production by the distribution company who copyrighted the title of "Night of the Living Dead".  Romero made little to nothing from the film. His vision never meant to trigger a zombie genre.

The original title of the Romero Classic was "Night of the Flesh-Eaters". It was changed in post-production by the distribution company who copyrighted the title of "Night of the Living Dead". Romero made little to nothing from the film. His vision never meant to trigger a zombie genre.

They must have someone on Pinterest, the grass is overgrown this year, LOL!

They must have someone on Pinterest, the grass is overgrown this year, LOL!

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