One of the more loving homages to horror films of days past, Shaun of the Dead is that remarkable film that works as pitch-perfect pastiche but also stands on its own as a great film. Whether or not you treat Romero's original trilogy like texts of Biblical significance, you'll find much to love in this grim comedy about a zombie outbreak in London that forces two chumps to put down their PS2 controllers and spill undead blood.

The film, screened at Seattle's Fremont Outdoor Cinema begins at dusk.

Shaun of the Dead (2004)
Saturday, June 25
Fremont Outdoor Cinema
3501 Phinney Ave. N, Seattle
Tickets $6.26