What a way to spend $10. It was entertaining, funny, and featured of Lemmy Klimster zombie...what more can one ask for?
An existential tour de force zombie movie featuring a naked Rupert Everett (pre scary plastic surgery), that's what.
I am sold and will be at the next one of these in October. If you are old enough, pregame. It will make the experience in the line even better.
What a brilliant marriage of sex and death! J. Cannibal is a true showman and eloquently emcees the evening which consists of a mind-blowingly good band (Walter Sickert and the Army of Toys, Vagiant) playing you to your seat, a horror burlesque act or tow and a zombie costume contest. Â The films are always zombie classics that you can never get enough of (Evil Dead, Wild Zero, Cemetery Man, Dead Alive) as they were meant to be seen- on the big screen with an enthusiastic and likely drunk audience. Kudos to Boston's King of Horror for putting on such a highly anticipated event!Review Source:
If you like horror movies, zombies and metal/rockabilly bands, Feast of Flesh is the event for you. It's "Rocky Horror Picture Show" meets "Cry Baby" and "Popcorn". Â
There's even costume contests (usually zombie-related) with prizes for lots of area shops like Horror Business, Dick Blick Art Supplies, Anna's Taquiera, stuff like that. Â They'll have some local bands play, show a horror movie, have some of the hotties from Black Cat Burlesque perform....it's quite the night and worth every penny. Â :)