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    Long Beach Zombie Walk partners with O ENTERTAINMENT to unleash our first THREE-DAY Undead Invasion!!

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    Long Beach Zombie Walk Festival is excited to announce our latest and greatest evolution to our annual Undead Invasion – we’re teaming up with veteran special event organizers O Entertainment to make 2014′s event our very first THREE DAY celebration of ghoulish music, film, food, drinks, and fun!

    O EntertainmentFamous for such established and popular annual events including the Long Beach BBQ Festival, Long Beach Crawfish Festival, and Long Beach Lobster Festival, and originators of the Pine Avenue New Year’s Eve celebration, O Entertainment is taking on LBZW as their annual major multi-day Halloween event – and are pulling out all the stops to make this our biggest and baddest year ever!

    Big announcements coming soon, including a three-day lineup of freaky bands and gruesome films, a return of some popular attractions from Zombie Walks past, and a familiar face and voice to kick it all off on Friday, October 24!  Stay tuned!!

    THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW – Lola’s Outdoor Retro Cinema at Sunnyside Cemetery!

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    Rocky Horror Picture Show.  With a shadow-cast.  At a cemetery!

    Lola’s Outdoor Retro Cinema presents THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW, featuring a live shadow-cast performance by the all-dancing, all-lip syncing cast of Rocky Horror at the Art Theater Long Beach on Friday, June 13th 2014, at Sunnyside Cemetery in Long Beach!

    Rocky Horror at the cemtery? THIS SHOW WILL SELL OUT! Buy your tickets online at!

    This special event is sponsored by our friends at Lola’s Mexican Cuisine, and we are excited to kick off this summer series in partnership with the AMP LGBTQIA Organization!  We’re working on making this an epic evening of music, cinema, and live performance, under the stars at a historic Long Beach cemetery!

    ALL AGES event! This film is Rated R – those under 17 must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian.

    Gates: 6:30pm / Film 9:00pm.  Limited, stacked parking available at Sunnyside – come early starting at 6! Plenty of street parking across Willow from Cemetery.

    In respect for the citizens of Sunnyside Cemetery, no throwing of food will be permitted at this special screening.

    Low-back chairs, blankets, picnic baskets welcome! If you insist on bringing taller chairs, please sit to the sides of the crowd in courtesy of those around you. Designated smoking area near cemetery gates – no smoking on cemetery grounds.

    A proceed of ticket sales will also support Sunnyside Cemetery, a non-profit historical institution celebrating over 100 years in Long Beach.

    Don’t dream it.  Be it.

    Zombies Needed to Lurch Down Ocean Blvd For Annual Long Beach Gay Pride Parade, May 18th!

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    Zombie Walk Long Beach 2014-05-16 11-46-04 **ZOMBIES!!! WE NEED YOU THIS SUNDAY!!**

    LB Zombie Walk Festival will be teasing up this year’s event at this Sunday’s Gay Pride Parade down Ocean Blvd! Zombies needed at 10am sharp – email for info!

    We’re getting hooked up with a rickety old truck and other goodies to invade the parade and lurch down Ocean Blvd in front of thousands – now we just need ZOMBIES!!!!

    Email Rosanna at if you can make it! Bring friends! LET’S MAKE HALLOWEEN HAPPEN IN MAY!!

    2014 Zombie Walk Featured Movies to Be Revealed Soon!

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    ***2014 Movies Will be Revealed Soon.***

    Meanwhile we recommend two of our favorites all year long!


    Night of the Living Dead


    The one that started it all, George A. Romero’s 1968 NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD is still one of the scariest films of all time, and has emerged as a Halloween cinema staple. Starring Duane Jones, Judith O’Dea, and Karl Hardman, Night of the Living Dead famously offers no warnings or explanations for the rise of the undead – moments into the film the dead are up, they’re everywhere, and they’re hungry. Famous as much for its groundbreaking and shocking scenes of violence as it is for its sage and nuanced social commentary, Night of the Living Dead has garnered decades of critical acclaim, and has been selected by the Library of Congress for preservation in the National Film Registry as a film deemed culturally, historically and aesthetically significant. “They’re coming to get you, Barbara…”

    Dawn of the Dead


    Ten years after the chilling original, George A. Romero returned to the land of the Living Dead with what is widely considered the best of the series – 1978′s DAWN OF THE DEAD. Picking up after the zombie epidemic has laid waste to the United States, the film finds four survivors taking refuge in an abandoned shopping mall. Taking the time to go on a shopping spree of their own, they arm themselves, lock down the mall, and destroy the zombies inside so they can stay along as long as possible, hoping for answers or a rescue before it’s too late. Tensions begin to build, and the terror becomes more palpable as the survivors find a new enemy to content with – a large gang of bikers set on looting the mall. It’s not long before all the chaos makes enough noise to catch the attention of a zombie horde, and the stage is set for a violent and explosive showdown between the living and the undead.