Thursday, April 25, 2013

Tuesday at the Free Korean Movie Night: The Neighbor Zombie (2009)

Who doesn't love zombies, those cuddly, huggable, rotting creatures of the living dead? (Answer: nobody.) If you're a fan of those shockingly scary shambling sensations, don't miss the US premiere of 2009's The Neighbor Zombie! It's Tuesday, April 30th's free offering for Korean Movie Night:
Here comes the first Korean zombie movie! Why should Americans have all the fun when it comes to zombie outbreaks? In this tongue-in-cheek 2009 thriller, Seoul is overrun with the walking dead—and the government says it’s time to wipe them out! A six-part comedy/horror anthology from four cutting-edge indie directors, The Neighbor Zombie follows an unbelievable zombie outbreak as it spreads throughout Korea, examining the numerous people it affects in bizarre, wild ways. With an amazing $18,000 budget, it embodies the pinnacle of what a talented group of filmmakers can accomplish if they put their delicious, juicy brains together!
The Neighbor Zombie makes its US premiere at 7 PM, Tuesday, April 30th at the Tribeca Cinemas (at 54 Varick Street on the corner of Canal Street, one block from the A, C, E and 1 train Canal Street stops).

Admission is free, and all seating is first-come, first served. Doors open at 6:30 PM.

Run dead, don't walk dead, to see The Neighbor Zombie!

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