U.S., 1985, 90 min, Digital, Dir. Dan O'Bannon, Rated R, Park Circus

The Return of the Living Dead

Wednesday, October 25

“One of the funniest films of its kind ever made.” —Jay Scott, The Globe and Mail

“Any film which features a dead, bald and very hungry punk lurching towards the camera screaming 'More Brains!' gets my vote.” —Time Out

Join us at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, October 25 for a free screening of the film The Return of the Living Dead at Gramps, located at 176 NW 24th St, Miami, FL 33127.

When two bumbling employees at a medical supply warehouse accidentally release a toxic gas that reanimates the dead buried in a nearby cemetery. As the reanimated corpses hunger for human brains, chaos and mayhem ensue.

A group of unsuspecting punk rockers, along with a group of mortuary employees, find themselves trapped in a nightmarish battle for survival as the relentless zombies close in on them.

Gables Cinema on the Move brings celebrated films to unorthodox venues and underserved communities with a goal to increase access, encourage interesting discussion, nurture community, and tap into the power of storytelling. Partners include Homework Gallery, Break Free Movement, The Cat's Meow Café, Gramps, the Museum of Graffiti, Lotus House, Overtown Optimist Club, and the Boys and Girls Club. This program is made possible by funding from PNC Arts Alive.

Check out the rest of our Gables Cinema on the Move program!