'Night of the Living Dead' Coming to Pittsburgh Drive-In Theater

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Halloween is coming early this year, because, at the end of the month, Pittsburgh classic Night of the Living Dead is coming to a drive-in in the Pittsburgh area as part of a nationwide tour. On Friday, August 28, and Saturday, August 29, Grindhouse Releasing and Janus Films are bringing a new restoration of Night of the Living Dead, paired with the 1981 classic horror flick Evil Dead as a double feature, to Riverside Drive-In Theater in Vandergrift, PA. The newly-restored Night of the Living Dead, which was filmed in Pittsburgh, will also feature a an introduction in honor of director George Romero. If you've never seen Night of the Living Dead, you can watch the trailer below:

If a horror movie about a pandemic isn't your thing right now, Riverside will also screen A Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th from August 21-23. Check it out, but don't forget your blankie!

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