Love Horror’s Zombie Movie Massacre

LoveHorror's Zombie Movie MassacreWe here at love horror know that everyone loves zombies so what better way to celebrate Halloween this year than with Love Horror’s Zombie Movie Massacre a series of the sickest silliest zombie screenings taking place at the Leicester Square Theatre.

We have teamed up with the wickedly wonderful people at the 13th Hour Horror Festival to bring you the very best zombie movies from zany, zombie comedies to brutal, bloody, brain eating epics, Love Horror’s Zombie Movie Massacre is a series of shockingly entertaining screenings, offering guaranteed gore, guffaws and more.

With the 2004 remake of Dawn of the Dead, 28 Days Later and Dead Snow confirmed so far for LoveHorror’s Zombie Movie Massacre and more to come there is also a special one off midnight screening of the cult classic film Shaun of the Dead to celebrate International Zombie Day 2012 and to launch the 13th Hour Horror Festival.

World Zombie Day is an international annual event that grew from Pittsburgh’s first Zombie Walk at Monroeville Mall in 2006. The London event is now 7 years old and going strong. This year the last stop will be an exclusive screening of the cult classic film Shaun of the Dead.

If you fancy dressing up in zombie fancy dress and taking part to find out the meeting point for the walk please check the FB event Here but you don’t need to take part in the pub crawl to come to the screening however if you come dressed as a zombie and save yourself £1. There will be an exclusive set by the steam punk band The Men Who Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing before the screening.

Tickets to LoveHorror’s Zombie Movie Massacre are priced at £9 full price £8 for zombies for Shaun of the Dead and £5 for all other screenings however you can get the for only £2.50 when you book for any show in the 13th Hour Horror Festival.

Full screenings listings and trailers below –

Saturday 13th Oct, 11:30pm: Shaun of the Dead
The original and best Zom-Com Shaun of the Dead sees Simon Pegg and Nick Frost take on the undead with little more than a cricket bat and no clue at all. Funny, heart felt and pack full of action its the perfect way to end a day long pub crawl dressed as a zombie.
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Full Review Here

Friday 26th Oct, 10pm: Dawn of the Dead (2004)
One of the only horror remakes that really works Zack Snyder’s epic visual style ups the action and the energy on the undead nightmare that is Romero’s original as a rag tag group of survivors beset by zombies try to stay alive in a giant shopping mall.
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Sunday 28th Oct, 10pm: 28 Days Later
Okay its a controversial choice but regardless of the whole undead zombies or infected public 28 Days Later is still one of best modern British horror’s from the visually stunning empty London opening to its chaotic climax. More epic than the Olympics opening ceremony and with a lot more blood Danny Boyle’s movie will have you enthralled all the way through and arguing about slow verses fast zombies all the way home.
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Full Review Here

Monday 29th Oct, 10pm: Dead Snow
Nazi zombies and a snow lodge full of laughs Dead Snow is a cult classic which lives up to its reputation. Expect gore and more as a group of young kids get a whole lot more than they bargained for when the living dead from the third reich come knocking on their door.
Tickets Available Now right Here.
Full Review Here

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Alex Humphrey

Alex studied film at the University of Kent and went on to work for Universal Pictures in their Post Room gaining an inside look at the movie industry from the very bottom. Constantly writing reviews in everything from local magazines to Hip Hop sites Alex honed his critical skills even spending a brief period as a restaurant critic. Read more

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