Rifftrax to bring a Comedic spin to 1968’s “Night of the Living Dead” on October, 25th only!
Before “The Walking Dead” and “iZOMBIE,” zombie fans got their fill from George Romero’s 1968 classic, “Night of the Living Dead.” This was the birthplace for zombies and an American staple for the horror film genre.
This is not your standard go to the movies event. Rifftrax takes the film and spins the movie into a comedic blunder, with the help of Michael J. Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett of “Mystery Science Theater 3000.”
“When a young woman named Barbara is attacked in a cemetery by zombies, she flees to an abandoned farmhouse. There she’s joined by a ragtag group of survivors who band together to wait out the apocalypse, with the occasional light descent into madness. The rest of the plotline plays out like The Big Chill, but instead of Glenn Close sobbing naked in the shower, they board up windows and occasionally get devoured alive. Shotguns! Molotov cocktails! Exploding cars! Headshots galore!”
Amarillo’s Country, 97.9 KGNCFM has your chance to experience it all for free. Jason And Nancy will have your first opportunity to win on Friday morning.
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