„Dawn of the Dead“-Screening in dem Einkaufszentrum, wo er gedreht wurde

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Wie cool ist das denn bitte? Für den unwahrscheinlichen Fall, dass hier jemand aus Pennsylvania mitliest: Das hiert ist ‘ne Pflichtveranstaltung für alle Untoten und Wiedergänger.

MONSTERS HD presents a special screening of DAWN OF THE DEAD inside the infamous Monroeville Mall! For the first time ever, George A. Romero’s 1978 horror masterpiece will play on a big screen in the famous Pittsburgh attraction where the movie was filmed! Beginning just one hour after the Mall closes on Saturday evening, June 21st, this special event tops an already stacked horror extravaganza planned for the upcoming HorrorHound Weekend event in Pennsylvania

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  1. Thomas

    auch hin will :D

  2. Batzman

    Das machen die doch öfter soweit ich weiß? Klang zumindest in der Doku der Ultimate Edition so, als wenn da schon einige Aktionen zu Dawn stattfanden :)

    Aber schicke Aktion, auch wenn das Zentrum sich seit damals ganz schön verändert hat.

  3. Grammaton Cleric

    “In jenem Einkaufszentrum, in dem er gedreht wurde.” ;-) :p *duckundweg*

  4. me

    da liest jemand twitchfilm.net

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