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Night of the Comet: Collector's Edition [Blu-ray + DVD]

4.6 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Actors: Catherine Mary Stewart, Kelli Maroney, Robert Beltran, Mary Woronov
  • Directors: Thom E Eberhardt
  • Format: Collector's Edition, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: Shout Factory
  • Release Date: Nov. 19 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00EF0NY7W
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #15,969 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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What if the only people left alive in the world were Southern California teenagers? That's the premise in this campy, enjoyable sci-fi tale of two sisters who must fend off zombie-like mutants and mysterious scientists after a comet's passing exterminates nearly all life.

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When I'm working hard, I can't watch a Bergman, Oliver Stone or Kurosawa movie. It takes too much effort, and it can be too much like work. I haven't been able to watch a Woody Allen movie in probably a decade. I don't do angst well when I'm overworked.

By way of contrast, B movies are great when my brain is tired.

Interestingly, a good B movie can be entertaining for its creativity, as well as for an assumed level of mindlessness.

Night of the Comet, released in 1984, is a great example of that. The ability of the production team to create this classic "last people on earth" science fiction effort on a budget of $500,000-700,000 is in fact quite admirable.

The premise of the film is highly tenuous, that a comet that last visited the earth at the time of the dinosaurs' extinction 65 million years ago is now returning, and taking out life on the planet all over again. Of course, a tenuous premise is part of what makes a B movie interesting. Where can the director/writer go with this thin thread connecting the elements of the story?

Fortunately, the film's writer and director (Thom Eberhardt) pulls off this feat quite successfully.

After the comet's tail has basically turned almost all life on earth to calcium dust, Eberhardt captures the results in an imaginative low-budget fashion. Somewhat obviously, the highways of Los Angeles are deserted - in fact overly deserted, given that some people must have been driving the highway when the comet's toxic tail swiped our planet. OK, we can suspend disbelief about that. (Mr. Eberhardt notoriously used his own Mercedes as one of the abandoned vehicles in the film.)

Then we witness a series of electronic timers setting off various bits of machinery that will operate for no one.
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Out of the mist that was the 80's came some downright awful films- grade B and lower, that I just could not get enough of. "Night of the Comet" was for me the perfect little movie. A comet shower turns everyone to dust except for our 2 heroines, sisters who had escaped the comets deadly wrath by sleeping in metal walled rooms. They wake to find everyone gone, and find the best way to deal with this problem is to head to the mall. Catherine Mary Stewart is the older sister, but it's Kelli Maroney as Samantha that steals the show. The film has aged a little (check out the hair!) but the tongue in cheek way the director Thom Eberhardt handled things you just know all involved had a good time, right down to the cheesy effects. Put your brain in neutral and enjoy!
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Great 1980's cheesy movie that I remembered! New, unopened package and was exactly like it was described! Would buy more like this!
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By Glenn Laycock TOP 1000 REVIEWER on April 4 2007
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Catherine Mary Stuart .. she got her start in "The Apple". I had a huge crush on her and was even more thrilled when I found out she was from Edmonton (and I lived in Calgary at the time, both cities in Alberta Canada).

A fluffy but harmless movie with beautiful CMS. I saw it many years ago on some movie channel, and was worried I would watch it 20 minutes and get tired of it -- not so, entertaining enough to keep you wondering what will happen next.

Campy would be the word, some good ironic humour. A bit of an odd atomosphere to it. I would recommend it.
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I've been looking for this movie for years and couldn't get it. On the rare list. It's worth getting if you loved this movie. A light zombie/armagedon fun movie. 30th Anniversary.
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Awesome 80s sifi campy horror. A comet that when it arrives ether turns u to dust or in to a zombie only a small group of people seem unaffected, but now must survive.
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