Rumours of ‘zombie outbreak’ making its way to ShowroomPosted by: Ashley Birch
Scores of the undead are forecast to descend on the independent cinema for the release of Jim Jarmusch’s latest horror comedy ‘Dead Don’t Die’
As the clock strikes 7:30pm on Friday 12 July, the dead shall walk (well lurch) amongst the living, as The Showroom Cinema’s bar becomes ground zero for a Sheffield zombie outbreak, coinciding with the release of new horror comedy Dead Don’t Die.
If you manage to successfully navigate the zombie outbreak and make it to the 20.35 screening, you will also be privy to a sneak look at ‘Unit 11’, Sheffield’s very own Post-Apocalyptic film with an intro from the Director himself.
The Showroom said: “We will be working hard to keep this zombie outbreak contained to just the bar, however we advise customers to be vigilant as the zombie virus spreads fast and we cannot guarantee its control. If you do find yourself at risk of contamination customers should consider trying our Zombie Cocktail – which our scientists believe may alleviate the effects of the virus.”
From writer-director Jim Jarmusch comes a star-studded horror comedy, featuring a cast of Jarmusch regulars including the legendary Bill Murray, The Dead Don’t Die is described as ‘a raucous, rueful and satirical glimpse at American habits and desires at the end of the world – a comically terrifying state of the nation addressed in truly original style.’