It's a double feature of the living dead next time at Cinema a Go Go — with two Poverty Row zombie thrillers guaranteed to make you cringe, probably not for the intended reason.
Quickie king Sam Katzman’s Zombies of Mora Tau is a game attempt to imitate what Roger Corman was doing so well over at American-International. The story takes place on the coast of Africa, where zombies jealously guard an ancient jewel-encrusted African Idol.
Zombies on Broadway is a 1945 American horror comedy film starring RKO's imitation Abbott and Costello - Alan Carney and Wally Brown - as a pair of men who are tasked with finding a real zombie for a zombie-themed nightclub. Sheldon Leonard, as a former mobster turned nightclub owner, and Bela Lugosi, as the mad scientist who created the zombies, also appear.