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Artist Mainger has created this great alternative movie poster for Night of the Comet.
Full details on their Website.
In addition to the Night of the Comet Soundtrack re-release already on sale, Pure Destructive Records are also releasing a very limited edition liquid-filled version of the soundtrack. This hand-made edition with label design by Edward Harvey will feature blue transparent vinyl filled with red liquid. Retailing at $135, only 40 copies will be pressed making this is a real must-have for Comet fans.
As with the standard release, it has been announced that the linear notes will be by none other than Night of the Comet’s Sam, Kelli Maroney.
Pre-orders are open now and estimated release is mid-November.
Pure Destructive Records have announced they will be releasing an LP of the Night of the Comet Soundtrack. The retail price has been set at $28. Further details, including the track listing to follow soon.
[update 17/08/2016] pre-orders go on sale at 10 AM (central) on 18 August 2017.
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We are excited to report that this year’s Chiller Theatre Expo in New Jersey will feature both Kelli Maroney and Catherine Mary Stewart as guests. The Expo runs from 27-29 October 2017 and will be held in the Hilton Parsippany, New Jersey.
Further information and tickets are available from chillertheatre.com.
Portland’s Laurelhurst Theatre will be screening Night of the Comet on the following days:
Friday 4 August – Thursday 10 August (9.30pm)
Saturday 5 – Sunday 6 August (1.30pm)
They also have the following information on their website:
All shows starting after 5:30pm are strictly 21 and over.
For shows starting before 5:30pm, anyone 20 or younger must be with their parent.
General admission: $4
Matinee (shows before 6pm): $3
Seniors (60+): $3
Children (12 & under): $2
5 Minute previews – no commercials!
Tickets are available at our ticket box only. Advanced tickets for shows on the same day are available. First come – first served.
Brain hopes to have all 50 designs produced as stickers in time for Philadelphia’s Monster Mania convention at the end of September.