I'm working on a couple new reviews for the site, hopefully to be finished and up here soon. In the meantime...
Did you know George A. Romero used to direct television commercials?
Before making his classic debut Night of the Living Dead in 1968, Romero and his business partners had a company called The Latent Image, where they produced industrial films and television commercials in and around the Pittsburgh area. Starting in 1963, they struggled a few years before making a break with their spot for Buhl Planetarium, which consisted of a rocketship landing on a moon.
Romero also directed some local Pittsburgh beer commercials. I can't find his Iron City Beer spot on the internet, but I did find THIS Duke Beer commercial.
The Carrier that I reviewed a few months back. The zombies were provided by special effects artist Screaming Mad George, marking the only collaboration between these two Georges. This commercial looks more like a short (very short) film and was Romero's return to the zombie genre. There was a rumor that he would direct the feature film version of Resident Evil, but that gig went to Paul WS Anderson. . . and we all know how that turned out. (poorly)
Anyway, here's that commercial.