UK Festival of Zombie Culture - November 19th, 2011
This years ‘Day of the Undead' is going to be even bigger, better and bloodier than last years...
...with a celebration of Zombie Films, Book and Games from around the World. The organisers of this apocalyptic gathering, Terror4fun, are proud to announce the return of the ‘3 Minute Zombie Challenge', where digital undead can be slain on a cinema screen and truly spectacular prizes can be won… The event is not just an excuse to show some regular horror films, we are showing a mixture of classic zombie, modern and rare foreign zombie films to cater to all fans of the genre. Alongside these there will also be Make Up Artists to turn you into the living dead, a zombie author doing a book signing, horror traders and of course an all day bar, lucky bags for the first 200 guests and the loads of prizes including the coveted ‘Best Dressed Zombie Award.'
City of the Living Dead. Dir: Lucio Fulci. 1980.
Classic Italiian Zombie film from one of the genre masters, gore and strangeness galore...
The Dead. Dir. Ford Brothers. 2010.
Unlikley companions in this acclaimed trip across an undead Africa...
Dead Genesis. Dir: Reese Eveneshen. 2011. UK PREMIERE!
Journalist investigates what makes survivors want to hunt the undead rather than hide...
Harolds Going Stiff. Dir Keith Wright. 2011.
Award winning film where Yorkshire meets the undead in this tale of zombie infection and a cuppa!
Deadheads. Dir: Pierce Brothers. 2011.
Fresh from Frightfest, the only 2 intelligent zombies must survive the apocalypse, where zombie hunters are the enemy...
Bong of the Dead. Dir: Thomas Newman. 2011. UK PREMIERE!
Stoners discover Zombie brains make killer weed and need to score some more...
Visit www.Terror4fun.com for FULL Film Details...
FULL DAY PASSES are available now and are only £25 for over 13 hours of Zombie Mayhem in one of the countries state of the art digital media centres.
You can purchase a Festival Pass by calling the Box Office on 0116 242 2800 OR visit www.phoenix.org.uk and follow the 'Festivals' Link
Please Note: The Phoenix website is causing some difficulties for users of Internet Explorer, this should be rectified shortly or just phone them for tickets, if you have any trouble getting tickets then please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your phone number and someone will call you back to take your booking.