I don't try and hide my love of zombies. Something about the insatiable thirst for flesh, the shambling (or fast runs, depending on the film), the cultural significance. I love every gory moment of classic zombie films. And what's more classic than Night of the Living Dead? I'd probably argue that nothing even comes remotely close. And I'm not the only person who feels that way.
Toronto film company Nictophobia Films, approached the three masterminds behind NOTLD: George A Romero, Russ Streiner and John Russo about 2 years ago with a concept to produce a live stage version of their 45 year old horror classic.
This week I got a chance to speak to two of those masterminds (and cross off a bucket list item). I got to talk to Streiner and Russo about the classic film, NOTLD Live, and how a small group of Toronto fans were given the chance to bring the movie to life.
I thought about transcribing these interviews, but both Russ and John were so bloody interesting, I wanted to share the raw clips with you, so that those of you who geek out as much as I do can hear all the fascinating stuff they have to say about NOTLD and the new live show.
I was so impressed with the preview and the praise that these two gentlemen gave that I want to share the NOTLD Live experience with you! All you need to do is pop over to my dear friend Kat Inokai's Trying Times and watch her vlog about NOTLD Live (because there may be hints to win), and I'll give away 2 tickets to the Wednesday, May 1st performance of the show at Toronto's Theatre Passe Muraille.
To enter, all you have to do is leave a comment below and tell me what makes NOTLD Live a unique live show! You have until Monday, April 29th to enter. You must be a YMC member and please be sure you've registered your email address in our commenting system so we can contact you if you win.
Yummy Rules and Regs: You must be a YummyMummyClub.ca member to win. Click to sign up! It's free and filled with perks. One comment per member. Entries accepted until Monday, April 29, 2013. Contest open to Canadian residents (excluding Quebec). Winners will be picked using www.random.org. See full contest rules.
Photo courtesy of Heath Horejda