There's been a lot of noise in the horror community lately surrounding a very rare George Romero film that has been widely unseen for years. That film being a PSA that Romero filmed in the '70s for a religious group about elder abuse, titled The Amusement Park.
The film was never truly released because it was deemed too graphic for the group and they never used it. So, it's just sat around collecting dust for over 40 years.
Of course, horror fans want to make sure this film sees the light of day and we have great news for you all. The recently created George A. Romero Foundation (GARF) has announced that they are currently raising funds to give it a proper release!
"This is the first in what the GARF hopes will be a culture of preservation and restoration of the works of independent filmmakers in the Pittsburgh area and beyond. Initial estimates indicate that the restoration of The Amusement Park will cost $50,000-$100,000."
If you are interested in helping to restore and preserve this little-known film in George's body of work, please click here.
If you'd like to learn more about what Amusement Park has to offer, I recommend checking out the Twitter feed of Daniel Kraus, who watched it recently and had a lot of great things to say.