How a Copyright Mistake Ignited the Zombie Genre

For his latest video essay, Kristian Williams, aka “KaptainKristain,” takes a look at George Romero’s classic 1968 horror film, Night of the Living Dead, and explains how a copyright snafu during the film’s opening credits inadvertently created the zombie genre we know and love today.

Previously from Kristian: The Unmistakable Sounds of Star Wars