Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me
Directed by Adam Lippe. United States. 2020. Sexual situations and gore. Recommended for 17 and over. 1 Hour 42 minutes. Digital.
Fri., August 21, 2020 thru Thu., October 1, 2020
The Colonial Theatre is thrilled to offer a Philadelphia filmmaker the opportunity to showcase their work. By selecting a ticket, you can watch the film on the Colonial’s Vimeo channel for the next 48 hours.
The film is Unrated by the MPAA. The film does contain sexual situations and gore. It is our recommendation that the film is for 17 years and over.
About The Film
On the hottest day of the year, an unknown virus spreads throughout inner-city Philadelphia. The infected victims, crazed by dehydration, begin attacking other residents of the neighborhood in gruesome ways. When the military is brought in to contain the situation, but realize they can’t come up with a vaccine quickly enough, they fence off the area and let everyone die.
A group of locals, stuck in the basement of their building, behind the fences, and separated from their family members, band together to try to survive.
Virtual Discussion with Director, Adam Lippe
The Colonial’s Engagement Coordinator, Jack Warren, hosted a Virtual Happy Hour discussion with ‘Wait, Wait, Don’t Kill Me’s’ director Adam Lippe. Watch the Q&A HERE on the Colonial’s Facebook Page.