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Are you a fan of horror? Are you a fan of zombies? Then I am sure you have heard of “Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated”…right? MovieMikes would like to giveaway the follow DVD’s and posters from the film. If you would like one of these, please leave us a comment below or send us an email and let us know you your favorite zombie movie. This giveaway will be open until Monday August 1st at Noon, Eastern Time. Once the giveaway ends, Movie Mikes will randomly pick out winners and alert the winners via email.
5 – Official DVD’s 2 – Official Bootleg DVD’s 10 – Mini Posters (2 Different Versions)
“Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated” is a mass collaborative artistic re-envisioning of George A. Romero’s 1968 cult classic, “Night of the Living Dead”. International artists and animators were invited to select scenes from the film and reinvent them through their artwork. Open to all styles, media and processes the results ran the gamut with scenes created in everything from puppet theater to CGI, hand drawn animation to flash, and oil paintings to tattoos. This cacophony of works was organized and curated across the original film’s time line in order to create a completely original video track made entirely out of art. The result of this project is an experimental take on the cult classic. What it forfeits in visual continuity, it gains in variety.
If you are looking for a tried and true horror film, then go see “George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead”. If you are looking for a film that approaches the horror genres from an entirely new direction, then prepare yourself for the mindbending artistry that is “Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated”.
Let me break it down for you…basically you mail in 10 shirts. Tag the 1 of 10 they want printed with your ink selection and return address. The shirts get printed, press, and shipped to you free of charge. (Button downs, sweatshirts, etc are allowed as well as long as they meet the specs on the sheet and are screen- printable).