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Old 07-15-2011, 06:43 PM
 
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By the way, if they don't have an annual zombie film festival, they are brainless.

You know the first thing I thought of when I read that JCPenney was moving, was that the Dawn of the Dead fans will be disappointed, because JCPenney was one of the last recognizable things in the mall from the movie.
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Old 07-17-2011, 12:48 AM
 
Location: The greatest state of all Western PA
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You know the first thing I thought of when I read that JCPenney was moving, was that the Dawn of the Dead fans will be disappointed, because JCPenney was one of the last recognizable things in the mall from the movie.
That is why they need to be proud of their zombie culture, the living dead franchise has been the single most influential horror movies ever they have influenced books other movies(resident evil and other zombie flicks)video games, and it is because of the Zombie Godfather himself, Monroeville Mall should have pictures and markers showing where they did certain scenes and where the filmed from what position, for awhile the monroeville mall became the most famous mall, people fans of the original still show up at the zombie graveyard in Butler county, so yes to a Zombie fest and before they move the store get over there and take some pictures to have a historical record, put those digital cameras to use keep a history, plus get out there and take what images you can get of the Civic Arena (I have never called it the Mellon arena, it will be the igloo and the civic arena to me), Pittsburgh is going through a metamorphosis so get out make record of it before they are all gone and changed and you have nothing to see it ever again
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Old 07-17-2011, 01:05 AM
 
Location: Greensburg, PA
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Monroeville Mall does have an area devoted to pictures of Dawn of the Dead; a couple pics can be found in the room near the entrance to Macy's on the upper level where you take the elevator to access the mall's management offices. There also used to be an unofficial museum to the movie in one of the mall's stores near the old Boscov's, although it has since closed.
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