Opening Night of the Living Dead (3 stars)

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This article is from 2009.

Opening Night of the Living Dead

Shakespeare and Romero form an unholy alliance in this horror/comedy that depicts a zombie attack on an am-dram production of Romeo and Juliet. Fun, but ultimately predictable, with often repetitive chase sequences, this piece goes for giggles instead of the jugular.

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This article is from 2009.

Opening Night of the Living Dead

  • 3 stars

On the opening night of Romeo and Juliet the cast and crew are bound to be nervous. Lydia is waiting backstage to go out and impress an agent in the audience. Unfortunately her Romeo has disgarded all reasonable direction, half the technical crew are asleep and her director is too busy hitting on her to keep things under…

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