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Zombie Strippers Dance into Theatres

It’s nasty fun!So, what is better than strippers? Free strippers? Nah. Strippers without drug habits? Meh. Zombie strippers with a hankering for human flesh? Thank you, Sony!!!

The Zombie Strippers official site has been updated with some good news. The film is going to have a very limited (two day) theatrical run in 15 different cities all over the U.S. It’s your chance to catch Robert Englund and Jenna Jameson together on the big screen!

On April 18th, the tale of a government experiment that accidentally infects a group of strippers, turning them into the walking dead will be playing for a limited engagement in the following cities:

  • New York
  • Boston
  • Los Angeles
  • San Francisco
  • Phoenix
  • Chicago
  • Dallas
  • Houston
  • Miami
  • Madison
  • Lexington
  • Charlotte

    And on April 25th, the pole dancing undead can be found in these towns:

  • Atlanta
  • Seattle
  • Philly

    Click here for more details on which specific theatres the film will be screened in.

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    • Blockbuster

      Yeah…or maybe…I should start something here in this area that will showcase stuff like that…that would be kinda cool…I know there are a lot of horror fans in the area…REAL horror fans…not PG-13 teeny boppers…yeesh…I myself am a hardcore slasher fan…80’s slashers…this might be interesting if I can get it to roll in the next year or two…

    • Kryten Syxx

      I think that means it is time to move BB.

    • Blockbuster

      WHAT THE HELL??? Why not Tulsa?? Why don’t we ever get anything COOL HERE???