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FILM: Rammbock: Berlin Undead 

Thursday, May 5

Charlotte loves some zombies. In fact, these days just about everyone does. Given these findings AMC Concord Mills 24 should be infested for the upcoming special screenings of Rammbock: Berlin Undead. Filmmakers Marvin Kren and Benjamin Hessler teamed up to produce the horror flick that's set in Germany. The film is about a heartbroken man (Michael Fuith) who has found the courage to fight for the girl (Anka Graczyk) he loves. Unfortunately he's in for a frightful awakening when he goes to visit her apartment — she's not home and, worse, the bloodthirsty undead are walking the streets. Together he and a teenager (Theo Trebs) go on the hunt to find her, all the while trying to avoid being dinner. Pricing and showtimes vary. AMC Concord Mills 24, 8421 Concord Mills Blvd. 888-262-4386. www.amctheatres.com/concordmills.

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