If you love Halloween and insist on watching horror movies every year in the run-up to the big day, then you need to check out this event happening tomorrow night at the National Concert Hall.
Night of The Living Dead will be shown along with live musical accompaniment from 8pm and it is sure to get you in the right mood for all your Halloween festivities.
This horror classic is considered one of the first movies to introduce 'gore' and special effects into the genre.
In addition to that, the use of music heightens an audience's sense of tension and suspense, so the live musical accompaniment will no doubt have you jumping out of your seat.
The organisers said, "Visually, it’s raw and unpolished, an antidote to the gloss long associated with Hollywood’s studios. Most strikingly, Romero chooses to shoot in black-and-white, creating an ominous monochrome and underpinning the issues of race in the film."
You can buy tickets here.