Only At The Alamo


Director George A. Romero
Year 1968
Starring Duane Jones, Judith O'Dea
Run Time 90min
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The Alamo Drafthouse proudly presents NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD with a brand new score performed by Bird Peterson! Tis the season for George A Romero's 1968 genre defining horror masterpiece to light up the screen at the Alamo Ritz, but this time Austin superhunk Bird Peterson (producer, composer, fashionista) will be lighting up your earholes with a brand new audio take on this classic.

The original score was made up entirely of stock music, most of which was from a film called TEENAGERS FROM OUTER SPACE. So Mr. Peterson, aka Andrew Hoke, has taken it upon himself to give it a go and scare the living crap out of you. While he globe trots for his dance music persona, and gets rowdy with the youth of the world thanks to his booty dropping good times, Bird is bringing a much different flair for this shocking film. It's less of a dance party and more of a funeral where the guests of honor try to eat your face off.

And in the end, isn't that what partying is all about? Bath salts? The answer is yes.

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