I regret to report that in two days, we lost two Hollywood legends, one after the other. Yesterday, Martin Landau, who won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his role as Bela Lugosi in the biopic Ed Wood, crossed the Great Divide. He is probably better known as Rollin Hand, "the man of a thousand faces" of Mission: Impossible. He died of complications after a brief hospitalization. And today, we lost George Romero after a short bout with cancer. Romero is essentially responsible for the modern zombie genre due to the success of his Living Dead movie franchise. I won't say that the two of them are giants; but both stood head and shoulders above their contemporaries in Hollywood. I will miss them both.