G.R. Parker comes to the rescue. The Rochester export directed low-budget should-be cult classics like Thanksgiving Day and on Thursday he’ll screen new work that revolves around a 600-year-old zombie samurai caught in the trenches of a simple mistake and turn of fate that changes the lives of the movie’s protagonists. If that’s sounds too heavy for your tastes, fret not. The flick moves fast, is wrought with gloriously tacky effects, and is righteously soundtracked. What’s more is that there will be limited VHS copies and a venue full of fellow freaks ready to cheer for every blood spurt or beheading that your eyes can handle.