Thursday, October 25, 2012


  • Jackpot Records presents a Zombie Classics Double Feature

    • Night Of The Living Dead (NR) [1968]

    • Return Of The Living Dead (R) [1985]

    7 p.m. doors; 8 p.m. “Night” & 10 p.m. “Return”

    21 and over

    $6 double feature

George Romero's Night Of The Living Dead brought Zombie culture to the forefront of horror, and Dan O'Bannon helped keep it alive (or undead) by continuing on with Return Of The Living Dead. While the two films are only loosely connected, you can't deny the importance of their impact on the horror movie and Zombie scene.

Night Of The Living Dead

Filmed in 1968, Night Of The Living Dead was ahead of it's time. Focusing on both Zombies and the horrors of the human mind, Romero added a whole new level of fear to the Undead with this, the first is a series of many classic Zombie films, that have delighted and horrified the world over.

Return Of The Living Dead

A flop upon its original release, despite an amazing soundtrack, re-invention of the undead, and great one-liners; Return Of The Living Dead was bound to become a cult classic, and that's exactly what it did. Now a favorite among Zombie lovers world-wide, Return Of The Living Dead has earned it's place among the greats.

A brief intermission between films will feature a Q&A with a zombie expert and crew member.


Night Of The Living Dead (NR) [1968]

The radiation from a fallen satellite might have caused the recently deceased to rise from the grave and seek the living to use as food.




Return Of The Living Dead (R) [1985]

When a bumbling pair of employees at a medical supply warehouse accidentally release a deadly gas into the air, the vapors cause the dead to re-animate as they go on a rampage through Louisville, Kentucky seeking their favorite food.