WILLIAMSBURG — The night of the living dead invaded Williamsburg Sunday, as hundreds of revelers transformed themselves into hordes of the walking undead for the annual Zombie Crawl.
The bloody fun started at the Trash Bar, a local popular hangout on Grand St., where professional zombie make-up artists turned New Yorkers into the walking dead.
The gang of soulless corpses then bled their way down to Bedford Ave and onto McCarren Park where some fans competed for best-dressed "sexy zombie" and others took part in raffles, giveaways and other ghoulish fun.
"We like to party like zombies. It's our first time here and we're loving it. Definitely coming again next year," said horror fans Erin Lynch, 24, of Staten Island.
The day featured drink specials, live music and a zombie and horror burlesque show by the Rigor Mortis Revue.
Rayne Torres, 5, from Brooklyn, showed up to participate because of her appreciation for zombie flicks despite her young age.
"It's fun. I love horror movies and 'Shaun of the Dead,' is my favorite," said Torres, who stood outside Trash Bar bar with uncles David Torres, 26, and Victor Torres, 33.
Horror fans also rocked out to the sounds of "Nassau Chainsaw DisGraCeLand Demolition Committee" before rocking into the early hours at an undead after party at the Public Assembly.