This month, the Hollywood Theater launch a new program focused on the undead. The Zombie Night series will include four notable films from the 1970s and 1980s, including Shock Waves, Zombie, Dead and Buried, and Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things. See schedule and details below:
Visitors to a remote island discover that a reclusive Nazi commandant has been breeding a group of zombie soldiers.
A doctor searches for the cause and cure of an undead epidemic in Italian director Lucio Fulci‘s beloved 1979 work. The unofficial sequel to Dawn of the Dead goes by many titles, including Zombie 2: The Dead are Among Us, Zombie Flesh Eaters, and Woodoo.
Dead and Buried
The sheriff of a small coastal town discovers the connection behind a local coroner and a string of tourist murders.
Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things
This ultra low-budget horror comedy follows six friends who dig up a corpse named Orville and use it in a satanic ritual to raise the dead. Director Bob Clark went on to helm a long and varied list of movies, including Porky’s and A Christmas Story.
The Zombie Night screening of Shock Waves will take place at 7:30 p.m. Tickets range from $5 to $8 and are available for purchase at Showclix or at the door.