Night of the Comet star Catherine Mary Stewart was in attendance for a NotC screening and Q&A session at the Pocono Cinema on 29 May. Fan JoAnn Stratako of Mud Works Pottery @ created two NotC inspired mugs, one to raffle at the event, the other to present to Catherine.
Each card features it’s own unique artwork of zombies from films up to the nineties.
The set is scheduled for release in June 2016 and you can order from Cultzilla.co.uk.
Nice Review by Orrin Grey Re-blogged from orringrey.com
When I was a kid, we had a VHS copy of Night of the Comet at my house for a while. I don’t remember where it came from–maybe one of my older brothers owned it, or maybe a friend did–but I don’t think I ever actually watched it, I just remember the VHS cover. For a long time I thought I had seen it and had simply forgotten, but watching it now, I’m pretty sure I would have remembered, well, anything about it, if I had seen it before. After all, it’s tough to forget a Valley Girl version of I Am Legend from the director of Captain Ron…
(Captain Ron, on the other hand, I watched about a million times when I was a kid. Because we did own a copy of…
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Shocktillyoudrop.com has recently posted the first pat of an exclusive interview with Night of the Comet Producer, Wayne Crawford (who passed away earlier this month).
During the first part of the interview, Wayne discusses his early years in the industry and how he came to be involved in Night of the Comet.
You can read the interview on Shocktillyoudrop.com.
The Wind Up Space, Bar and Art Gallery in Baltimore will be screening Night of the Comet in a double bill with Night of the Creeps on 22 May 2016.
The Windup Space is located in the Station Arts North District at 12 W. North Ave, Baltimore.
It is with sadness that we report that Night of the Comet Producer Wayne Crawford has died, aged 69.
Born in 1942, Wayne was an actor, film producer, writer and director. He appeared in nearly 30 films including the 80s film Valley Girl which he also Produced. He produced Night of the Comet with Andrew Lane.
You can read a nice obituary at camelcitydispatch.com.