Kelli Maroney will be on the Jeff Rector show on the internet radio station, BBS Talk Radio on Easter Sunday between 4pm and 5pm PST. If you want to talk to Kelli live, call 1-818-602-4498 during the show.
UPDATE: You can download the podcast of the show here.
Night of the Comet will be showing as part of IFC’s (Indy Film Company) Second Annual B Movie Celebration. The event, hosted in Franklin Indiana from 26-28 September 2008, will feature screenings of over 50 classic B movies, 20 Educational seminars and the World’s Largest Beach Party, featuring the music of The Moon-Rays. As well as screening Night of the Comet, other films on the agenda include:Shogun Assassin, Death Race 2000, This Island Earth, Carnival Of Souls, Night Of The Living Dead, Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls, World Without End, Not Of This Earth (The Black And White Original), The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms, The 7th Voyage Of Sinbad, Earth Vs. The Flying Saucers, Attack Of The 50 Foot Woman, Psycho, One Million BC, Invaders From Mars, Abbott And Costello Meet Frankenstein, Twins Of Evil, The Vampire Lovers, Lust For A Vampire, The Time Machine, War Of The Worlds and A Retrospective Of The Films Of Jim Wynorski. The schedule has still to be confirmed, we’ll update you of NOTC’s screening time as soon as it becomes available.
Kelli Maroney has recently been interviewed by the internet radio show Fearthedead.com. During the course of the Interview Kelli talks about her forthcoming film Nightmare Carnival as well as her cult classic, Chopping Mall. Listen to the Podcast here. Kelli is on at about 1h 48mins.
A TV clip from 1985 has appeared on YouTube showing part of Siskel & Ebert at the Movies. Gene and Roger take a look at how “current” sci-fi movies are influencing the culture and market starting withStar Wars, The Terminator, andNight of the Comet. They actually give NOTC a better review thanTerminator!
Drinkingcinema.com have posted a fun drinking game for Night of the Comet. Take a drink everything you see someone sporting some sick-ass 80’s gear. We’re talking hi-tops, low-tops, spandex, rolled socks, male earrings, indoor sunglasses — the WORKS, or take a sip sip whenever you see the initials “DMK”. You can view the full rules at drinkingcinema.com.
Catherine Mary Stewart [Reggie] will be appearing in the 11 March episode of the daytime soap One Life to Live. It has not been confirmed whether Catherine’s role as a mom who will interact with Marcie McBain (Kathy Brier) will be a recurring one. This role will see Catherine maing a return to soaps; In 2002 she played the role of Naomi in Guiding Light, and Days of Our Lives viewers may remember her as the original Kayla Brady (now played by Mary Beth Evans), way back in 1982.