At 10:30pm, they will present a double feature of SHAUN OF THE DEAD and the new 2012 horror comedy JUAN OF THE DEAD!
DOORS OPEN AT 7PM!
Buy your screening tickets online at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/246338 and then come early to CULT CLASSICS ZOMBIE MAYHEM, in recognition of Zombie Awareness Month!
Check out the event trailer below:
– Zombie Costume Contest! Win prizes like Shaun of the Dead on Blu-Ray!
– Raffle with fun prizes sponsored by Zia Records!
– Craig W. Chenery will be there, who wrote a book called Blood Splatter which indexes zombie kills in hundreds of movies!
– Grey ribbons for Zombie Awareness Month!
– Freakywearz will be selling shirts and merch based on zombies and horror!
– Vendors selling horror and pop culture items for zombie fans and horror fans alike!
– And more!
Ticket options are as follows:
8:00PM SHAUN OF THE DEAD – $10
8:00PM SHAUN OF THE DEAD VIP TICKET w/ Shaun art print – $20
10:30PM SHAUN OF THE DEAD only – $10
10:30PM *ZOMBIE MAYhem* DOUBLE FEATURE – $15
~SHAUN OF THE DEAD *and* JUAN OF THE DEAD~ PLUS Double Feature exclusive art print!
In SHAUN OF THE DEAD, Shaun (SIMON PEGG) is an ordinary and unambitious 29-year-old sales manager at an appliance store in London. Not only is his flat-mate, Pete (PETER SERAFINOWICZ), upset with him over his unemployed freeloader friend Ed (NICK FROST) staying with them, but Shaun is also in the doghouse with his girlfriend of several years, Liz (KATE ASHFIELD). She’s disappointed that he forgot their anniversary and that things haven’t changed between them, despite him promising just that. Accordingly, she breaks up with him, much to the delight of her friends Diane (LUCY DAVIS) and David (DYLAN MORAN).
While dejected, Shaun has more to worry about that than just that. Something has somehow caused the dead to come back to life as zombies and it’s not long before the city is crawling with them. After hearing that the way to deal with the living dead is to remove their heads or injure their brains, Shaun and Ed proceed to do just that.
Realizing they need to get somewhere that’s both safe and familiar, however, they decide to head to their local pub, but not before picking up Shaun’s mom, Barbara (PENELOPE WILTON), stepdad, Philip (BILL NIGHY) and Liz if they can convince her to come. She reluctantly does, along with Diane and David, and the survivors then make a perilous and funny journey to the pub where they hope to find sanctuary against all of the zombies that want them dead.
Fast, fun and gruesomely hilarious, Alexander Brugués’ horror comedy JUAN OF THE DEAD lends a decidedly Cuban flavor to the zombie genre when a violent outbreak hits the island on the anniversary of the revolution. At first, Juan and his ultra laid-back friends are only mildly concerned about this troubling turn of events, reported by the government as being an uprising of unruly Americans continuing their quest of undermining the regime. But what seems at first to be dissident rumblings in the city soon turns into a full-on flesh-eating zombie onslaught, at which point Juan and his motley gang are forced to engage in some revolutionary acts of capitalism in order to survive, going into business as “Juan of the Dead,” a ragtag zombie removal service.
Mixing classic horror, shrewd satire and pointed political commentary, JUAN OF THE DEAD sheds a humorous light on life and politics in modern Cuba as seen through the lens of a zombie apocalypse, playing like a potent Cuban cocktail constructed of equal parts Night of the Living Dead and Shaun of the Dead.
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