Night of the Living Dead
gates open at 6:30 pm, film at 8:00 pm
hollywood forever cemetery
6000 santa monica boulevard at gower
saturday, september 18th, 2010
night of the living dead
directed by george romero (1968, 96 mins.)
no reservation necessary.
$10 donation tickets available at gate $5 parking
as a courtesy to other movie-goers: no tall chairs.
Probably the smartest and most frightening horror movie ever made, this is the original that started it all. With a limited budget, a simple idea and some great acting, this film was so compelling it terrified audiences around the country, and changed the genre forever. Seven strangers hide in a farmhouse when the dead begin to rise and eat the living. Not only must these people protect themselves from the horror outside, they must work together to survive. Night became a horror classic through innovative filmmaking and metaphor, shadows and hidden figures, not with blood and gore, definitely one of the reasons it is still so truly frightening. Join us for this special cemetery screening under the night sky!
DJ Nobody spins before and after the screening