Crest Theatre1013 K St.
Sacramento, CA 95814
Hide your kids. Protect your neck. The Trash Film Orgy is back. And to help publicize its 11th annual event, TFO Productions is hosting another Zombie Walk this Saturday. The organization is credited with starting a growing international trend of similar zombie walks since they masterminded the first one in 2001.
From 6 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, humans can meet at Midtown’s Sub-Q Body Piercing and Tattoos, located at 1715 I Street. Attendees will witness a zombie makeup contest, and one makeup artist will win a contract to do makeup for the 2011 Halloween season at Roseville’s Callson Manor Haunted House. Though people are encouraged to come already made up, a limited amount of zombie makeup will be available for purchase at 9 p.m.
Then, at 9 p.m., the zombie horde will gather at Sub-Q to make its way toward the Crest Theatre, for a screening of the Trash Film Orgy’s opening night screening of Return of the Living Dead. It leaves at 10 p.m. and arrives at 11 p.m. at the Crest, where there will be a zombie party with karaoke, a conga line, games, contests and more. The film begins at midnight. Tickets cost $10, or $9 if you’re a zombie. While the Zombie Walk is free and all ages, all TFO film screenings, including the opening film, are for ages 18 and up.
Here’s the rest of the TFO schedule:
July 16: Humanoids From the Deep, a sexually explicit alien monster horror film.
July 23: Heavy Metal, a futuristic, sexy animated battle between good and evil.
July 30: Monty Python and the Holy Grail, a comedy classic that while seemingly ridiculous, is a critique of some serious problems in society.
August 6: Werewolves on Wheels, an exploitation film combining the two trashy genres of outlaw biker films and werewolf horror films.
August 13: Santo y Blue Demon Contra Los Monstruos, a classic Mexican film starring the late El Santo, both national hero and lucha libre star.
For more information, visit http://trashfilmorgy.com.