Taken from HorrorHound's webte:
After years of demand - we are proud to announce horror legend George A. Romero has been added to HorrorHound Weekend Indianapolis!
While there is hardly a need to explain who Mr. Romero is - the father of the modern zombie film, having directed the original clascs - Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, Day of the Dead, Land of the Dead, Diary of the Dead and the impending Survival of the Dead - Romero has had a hand in a number of other wonderful horror titles over the years, including the original Crazies (look for the remake in theaters soon), Martin, Creepshow, Stephen King's Monkey Shines, Two Evil Eyes, The Dark Half, Knightriders and Bruiser - as well as creating Tales from the Darkde and producing Deadtime Stories and the Night of the Living Dead remake (1990) directed by Tom Savini and Tony Todd.
George joins an already bolstering reunion for Day of the Dead, in which Savini, Greg Nicotero, Terry Alexander, Jarlath Conroy, John Harrison and Michael Gornick have already been announced. Each of these fine men will be joining up at the show to present a special panel Q&A celebrating the 25th anniversary of this amazing film (day/times TBA) with other cast/crew yet to be announced. Look for more news and more information to follow
Yep, this con keeps getting better and better!!!