The guest list for the party includes Troma President Lloyd Kaufman, Eli Roth, James Gunn, Trey Parker, Matt Stone, Stan Lee, Quentin Tarantino, Julie Strain, Kevin Eastman, Roger Corman and the "Poultrygeist" cast.
Shot and screened on 35mm, "Poultrygeist" blends the feather ruffling politics of "Fast Food Nation," the satire of "Shaun of The Dead" and the show-stopping musical numbers of "Spring Awakening" to skewer the fast food industry, limousine liberals, and almost everyone else in American society, according to a Troma spokesperson.
"'Poultrygeist' continues Troma Entertainment’s long history of cinematic political activism,” said director Kaufman, who is also a co-founder of Troma Entertainment. "Big media puts the Kool-Aid in the water and brainwashes the public to line up at fast food joints like obese, artery clogged zombies ... except in our film it's chicken-Indian zombies. The American Indians were exterminated and so are billions of innocent chickens. The zombie is a perfect metaphor.”
"Poultrygeist" opens June 13 in Los Angeles at Laemmle's Sunset 5 Cinemas, 8000 Sunset Blvd. in West Hollywood. Screenings are open to the public with paid admission.
For more information, visit the "Poultrygeist" website.