|Release Date:||January 1, 1991|
|Running time:||90 minutes|
Description: In 1991 filmmaker Jim Riffel took George Romero's classic horror film, 'Night iof the Living Dead,' wiped out the soundtrack, and re-dubbed it as a comedy. He also edited in several of his own short films and odd clips and gave the film an unforgettable but impossible to remember title, 'Night of the Day of the Dawn of the Son of the Bride of the Return of the Revenge of the Terror of the Attack of the Evil, Mutant, Hellbound, Flesh-eating, Crawling, Zombified Living Dead, Part 2,'He then sent out 500 VHS copies to video stores. The entire "production" was done on a lark, and Riffel quickly forgot about the film. But the movie struck a chord with film fans and in the mid-90s word about the movie began to spread through the internet. Fans began to make copies of copies of copies and websites popped up devoted to the film. The movie has now been tracked to more than15 countries including Korea, Japan, Germany, Egypt, Mexico and Australia and the cult continues to grow.
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