Zombies of Mass Destruction is Not the Gayest Film Screening on Fourth Street Tonight

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Right in the middle of the The Center in Long Beach-sponsored Q Films LGBT festival–which began Thursday and continues through Sunday in Long Beach–is a horror flick that includes a gay couple fighting zombies.

But Mondo Celluloid's presentation of Zombies of Mass Destruction at 11:30 tonight at the Art Theatre is not part of Q Films and festival passes cannot be used for admission (although The Center will gladly take donations from attendees).
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Taking cues from America's current political, religious and cultural clashes, Zombies of Mass Destruction is set in the idyllic island town of Port Gamble, which is overrun
with brain-eaters. Traditional zombie thriller stereotypes are honored and mocked in director Kevin Hamedani's flick.

Here's the film's website: zmdthemovie.com.

Here's where you can buy tickets online: arttheatrelongbeach.com. (Go to the Art's 9:20 p.m. showing of The Social Network to create a brain-eating zombie double bill!)

Q Films continues at 5 p.m. at The Center with Thy Will Be Done, Alice Bouvrie's documentary about male-to-female transsexual Sara Herwig's path to ordination in the Presbyterian Church. A Q&A session follows the screening.

Here is the film's website: mineralkingproductions.com.

A “Men in Briefs” short film program screens at The Center at 5 and 9 p.m.

The Center is at 2017 E. Fourth St., Long Beach, which is just down the street from the Art Theatre (2025 E. Fourth St.) For details on Q Films tickets, other screenings or anything else, go to thecenterlb.org.

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