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Night of the Living Dead

Hey freaks, ghouls and assorted weirdos! Bloodfest the Podcast has a little treat for you. Friday, October 7th at 9PM central time we will be doing a live stream of the George A. Romero classic NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD with live commentary by the Bloodfest gang. It's going to stream on our facebook page (see the link below!). Come join us for a "good" time. 

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