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    Unique ID Code: 0000124946
    Added by: Curtis Owen
    Added on: 17/1/2010 14:54
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    Night of the Comet

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    Certificate: 15
    Running Time: 91min
    Retail Price: 15.99
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    Content Type: Movie

    Posing the ultimate question, "What would it like to be the last people alive on earth?" Night of The Comet stars Catherine Mary Stewart (The Last Starfighter, Weekend at Bernies) and Kelli Maroney (Fast Times at Ridgemont High) as Reggie and Samantha, two valley girls swept up in worldwide celebrations marking Earth moving through the orbit of a passing comet, an event not seen since the disappearance of the dinosaurs! After a tempestuous night that sees Reggie trapped in a cinema and her sister sleeping in a trashcan, they awake to find the comet has turned anyone directly exposed into red carbon dust, with the remainder slowly disintegrating into flesh-eating zombies. Attracted by a local radio broadcast they head to the station to look for survivors, picking up local drifter Hector (Robert Beltran, Star Trek Voyager) along the way. As the zombies multiply around them they also find themselves attracting the attention of a group of diabolical scientists, including sci-fi veteran Mary Woronov, who realise the girls are their only hope for testing an antidote to save themselves! Blending a potent mix of sci-fi, horror, Zombie Apocalypse, comedy and romance, Night of the Comet succeeds both a wry commentary on 80's teen culture and a smart, affectionate parody of the post-apocalyptic B movie classics of the 50's and 60's.

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    Directed By:
    Thom Eberhardt

    Written By:

    Catherine Mary Stewart
    Kelli Maroney
    Robert Beltran
    Mary Woronov

    Casting By:
    Annette Benson

    Soundtrack By:
    David Richard Campbell

    Director of Photography:
    Arthur Albert

    Fred Stafford

    Production Designer:
    John Muto

    Wayne Crawford
    Andrew Lane


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