Calling all zombies for a National Day of the “MIMESIS”


by: Jeff Tuttle on: 2013-01-31 15:00:21

February and its makers are looking to celebrate in style. In short: The zombie
crawl to end all zombie crawls.

If you’ve ever wanted to participate in your own
Romero-esque Monroeville, here’s your chance. Check out the details below and
support a new zombie feature that’s been getting rave reviews from festivals
and critics.

“Tuesday, February 12th marks the unveiling of Anchor Bay’s
zombie-themed, MIMESIS: NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD and, to celebrate the
nationwide release, we’re calling for a “National Day of the Mimesis,” says
director Douglas Schulze. “We’re asking zombie fans to show their support by
putting on their best zombie attire and shambling their way to a retail store
to buy a copy of the DVD/Blu-ray release. Zombies are encouraged to have their
visits and purchases recorded so they can be posted on our official Facebook
for a chance to be cast in the upcoming sequel, MIMESIS 2, which is
scheduled for production late in 2013. National Day of the Mimesis will be an
event to behold. All are welcome to join in; just be creative and respectful
and may the best zombie win!”

If you wish to organize an event, join an existing one or
for more information on MIMESIS: NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, please contact them
on Facebook at the above link!

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Jeff Tuttle
Jeff Tuttle is a life-long musician who cut his teeth in the Detroit underground scene and subsequently traveled the world with the notorious and critically acclaimed The Dillinger Escape Plan. He is currently studying film at Michigan’s The Motion Picture Institute and fronts the proto-hardcore misfits Old Gods. He is also obsessed with all things horror and has a difficult time shutting up about it.
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