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Trash Cinema Presents - Nightmare City

Featuring disco dancing mayhem, busty ladies with buckets of blood and one of the most audacious endings to a film in cinema history, don't miss Trash Cinema's screening of Nightmare City!

Trash Cinema Presents - Nightmare City

About Trash Cinema Presents - Nightmare City

When Hugo Stiglitz and his macho beard of machismo are first on the scene to interview the victims of a nuclear disaster, he has no idea the devastation about to unleashed on his city. Trashy, sleazy, gore-filled devastation.

This Nukevember join Trash Cinema for Umberto Lenzi's 1980 cult classic - Nightmare City aka City of the Walking Dead. Featuring disco dancing mayhem, busty ladies with buckets of blood and one of the most audacious endings to a film in cinema history!

Come witness your worst nightmare become reality.

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