Canadian Screening

For fans in Canada, the Dawson Cult Cinema at the Westminster Hotel, Yukon Territory will be screening Night of the Comet at 8pm on Sunday 18 November.

975 Third Avenue, Dawson City, Yukon Y0B 1G0, Canada

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Night of the Comet San Francisco Screening

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The Roxie Theatre in San Francisco will be screening a 35mm print of Night of the Comet on 29 December 2018.

3117 16th Street, San Francisco, CA
(415) 863-1087

Tickets available from their website.

 

Inktober Inspiration

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For those unfamiliar with the concept, Inktober is a month-long art challenge started by artist Jake Parker.  In 2009, Jake set himself a challenge to draw something every day for the month of October, using a different, random prompt word each day. It has since become a worldwide activity with thousands of artists taking part.

Night of the Comet has featured in a number of this year’s submissions. Here are just a few we’ve discovered…

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jessehuxtable | Instagram | Inktober 2018
grumpydevil (Kyle Yount) | Instagram
grumpydevil (Kyle Yount) | Instagram | Inktober 2018 Day 13
@crime_slime | Twitter | Inktober 2018 Day 6
@crime_slime | Twitter | Inktober 2018 Day 6
@the2pagespread | Twitter
@the2pagespread | Twitter | Inktober 2018 Day 10
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adamdekraker |Instagram | Inktober 2018 Day 17
Andrea Kalfas | Instagram
Andrea Kalfas | Instagram | Inktober 2018 Day 13
vincent_damone | Instagram
vincent_damone | Instagram | Inktober 2018

and from 2017…

Gwen Jeanette McGhost | Facebook
Gwen Jeanette McGhost | Facebook
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pastimes_comics_asheville | Instagram | Inktober 2017 Day 10

 

London Screening

The Castle Cinema in London, UK will be screening Night of the Comet at 11.30pm on Saturday 17 November as part of their Underwire Festival.

Their website states:

This screening is presented by The Final Girls- a London-based screening series focused on exploring feminist themes in horror cinema and highlighting the representation and work of women in horror, both in front of and behind the camera.

Tickets are available through their website thecastlecinema.com

Mexican Screening

Don Burro Foro Cultural
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As posted on Don Burro Foro Cultural @donburromx:

¡Hoy!

🎃 Miércoles 24 de octubre 2018 🎃
Noches de películas terror, suspenso, etc…

Night of the Comet (1984)
“La noche del cometa”
Comedia , Horror , Sci-Fi
Director: Thom Eberhardt

Si quieren saber de que trata:
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0087799/

They Live (1988)
“Sobreviven”
Accion , Horror , Sci-Fi

Director: John Carpenter

Si quieren saber de que trata:
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0096256/?ref_=nv_sr_1

Abierto desde las 8pm.
Pelicula 9pm
+18
Entrada libre.
Palomitas recién hechas cortesía de la casa.
Hay cocina para pidan su dogho o burger Schnocker

Movie Review: Night of the Comet

My Cock A Doody Life

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If you are talking about 80’s horror movies, Night of the Comet has to be at the top of the list. I mean like totally, man. If any film shows the life of teenagers in the 80’s it’s this one. From the language, activities and wardrobe from head to toe. Plus it has a different take on zombies, which is a nice change.1444147589806images (5)Instead of the typical virus zombies, these zombies are brought to life by the dust left by a comet. NOT everyone becomes a zombie, only the people who are partial exposed turn. Those fully exposed can only be distinguished by the pile of clothes left behind and shoes full of dust. You can’t beat it for originality, this was a great new way of creating the flesh eaters. Theses zombies are not indestructible, they can be killed in any of the normal ways you can kill a…

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Inktober 2018 Day 17

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@adamdekraker | Instagram

Night of the Comet has inspired another Inktober post, this time from none other than comic book artist Adam DeKraker who posted this stunning piece on Instagram for Inktober 2018 Day 17 featuring Kelli Maroney as Samantha.

Based in Brooklyn, Adam has produced work for both Marvel and DC Comics including Spider-Man, The Hulk, X-Men, Superman, Batman, The Justice League and many more. He is currently the illustrator of the LGBT webcomic The Young Protectors.

You can see more of his work on his website, www.adamdekraker.com