“Zombie Drugs” For Charity December 9-10

"All American Zombie Drugs" screening to help Operation Kindness
"All American Zombie Drugs" screening to help Operation Kindness

Most years, the period between Halloween and Christmas was pure seasonal anthrax. Usually, holiday tunes had already bludgeoned us senseless and we were all already looking forward to the alcohol-blasted forgetfulness of New Year’s Eve. This year isn’t a whole lot different but now we have a chance to briefly revisit the halcyon nights of October and get our zombie on for a good cause.

The horror comedy “All American Zombie Drugs” will be playing two charity screenings at the Angelika Dallas December 9th and 10th with the proceeds going to Operation Kindness. Described as “Dude Where’s My Car” meets “Pineapple Express” with zombies, it’s an award winning feature film from this year’s AOF International Film Festival written and directed by Alex Ballar and stars Beau Nelson, Wolfgang Weber and Susan Graham.

Tickets for the event are $10 at the box office. A Q&A session with Ballar, Nelson and Weber will follow each screening. For more information, please visit http://www.twistedcentral.com, http://www.operationkindness.org, or http://www.zombiedrugs.com.

Joe Lopez
Dubbed, "TerrorScribe" by a former editor, Joe made the conversion to horror sometime in the mid-2000s. Little did he know he'd favored the genre all of his life. When not struggling with short stories, he provided genre film reviews for local entertainment sites and later genre sites who could suffer his cynical views.

It was that same cynicism - and some might say hubris - that lead him to have a brief flirtation with filmmaking. His first two efforts, "Annotated" and "Antes Que Seja Tarde (Before It's Too Late)" both premiered at a local H.P. Lovecraft film festival. A third short, "Survivor Girl" proved to be his undoing though plans are in the works to revived the cursed project.

Born and raised in Dallas, TX., Joe now resides in a small Texas town. Statistics say more dead bodies turn up in small towns that big cities... though he claims to have NOTHING to do with that.
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