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||IMDB Rating: 2.6/10 from 228 votes
||Director: Frank Roach,
||Stars: Art Piatt, Bill Oliver, Bob Rochelle, Cheryl Harmon, Chris Hammond, Jennifer Flamen, Julie Ann Meisels, Lee James, Lynne Kocol, Renee Harmon, Sunny Bartholomew, Teri Argula, Thomas McGowan, Wayne Liebman, Wolf Muser
||Synopsis: Mad scientists turn people into frozen zombies and the zombies wreak havoc and kill people.
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While the previous comments are rather accurate I must say if Reality
TV was happening back in the 1970's this film would have made "Project
Green Light" look like a pleasant episode of the Love Boat (thus, the 9
out of 10 rating). The Producer, Star (one and the same) and the
Director were both community college Acting Instructors. So, you can
just guess where most of the cast and crew came from - now can't you.
My life was in a tail spin at the time. A few days prior my girlfriend
decided we needed to "lessen" our relationship. Then, immediately
afterwords we spent nearly every minute of the next 17 days together on
this living nightmare. If you have seen "Living in Oblivion" think
Well, let's start with food. The Producer's 75 year old mother catered
the food..., for about 4 days and then she got sick. After that meals
consisted of frying hot dogs (and only hot dogs - period) on the prop
guys stove in a deep pot. Not appetizing enough? Then imagine the
horror of "troughing" Styrofoam cups through a casserole and using
clothes pins like chop stick at "chow" time. One night we bribed the
PA's to go to McDonald's and caught flack for it. The crews joke phrase
became, "Here's two dollars. Go buy food for everyone. Bring back
change and receipt."
Location, location, location. If we only knew where they were. Half the
time when we got there the location was "Somewhere else." One night we
got so tired of "traveling" we put the camera gear in the prop truck
and went home. The director really "pulled" at us to come back that
night. This non-permitted shoot had another phrase, this time from the
producer, "Always say this is a Student Film." Actually that is more
truth than lie.
Who's running this show anyway? One day not long into the shoot the
producer and director got into an argument and he left (something I
later caught onto as mentioned above... and below). The DP refused to
shoot without him and we got one of the few breaks in the production.
What's that sound? I was a Grip/Best Boy on this shoot and had been
"honored" with the job of tying power in (not that I was a certified
electrician or anything). One night we shot in an old house and long
after I pulled the cables there was a persistent sizzle from the power
box. Come to think of it..., it would have made a better sound effect
than the ones they used!
This film will never scare anyone to death, but the ride home one night
nearly did. I was nearly asleep in the passenger seat when it felt like
my chest was caving in on me (heavy braking). At 3:00AM in the morning
some idiot is going 90 MPH on the wrong side of the freeway. Sad thing
was I was half hoping to be put out of my misery at this point.
The best was saved for the second to last night. We were supposed to
shoot at the beach, but that became Stoney Point in Chatsworth. It was
a LONG day. There were problems when the AD failed to provide the
costumes. Eventually we shot LONG-ER into the night. Lacking an Andy
Gump the toilet was a trot out into the field beyond the range of
lights. I guess we could have "roughed it" and used tough spun, but
basically we all did without toilet paper. The nearly X-girlfriend was
the first camera assistant and had the job of loading magazines. The DP
kept wanting the tape to measure focus. Thus, I helped keep her hands
in the changeover bag by trotting the tape to them. About the third
time he didn't ask with any degree of politeness. Having had enough I
made sure he had it quickly with an Airmail delivery. I then yanked
appendages from the changeover bag, tossed a few light stands and beat
our second retreat from the set. The Director then lambasted the AD who
had previously that evening dropped her cars front end into a ditch.
Sadly no one to my knowledge ever got paid (deferred payment). Not this
woman who took the full fury of the night or even the sound guy who
needed surgery and was counting on the money. Just to show there were
no hard feelings in the end a number of us worked to some degree on the
directors next project "Nomad Riders."
Where are they now? Yours truly is of all things a community college TV
Production instructor. The director retired about 5 years ago from
teaching acting and moved to Washington. One of the PA's works at the
college with me nearly 30 years later. The X girlfriend (again, no hard
feelings) is in Prescott, AZ., raising her daughter, going to school
and pursuing a new career (good move there).
So, hey. Let's make this into a cult classic like the ending of "And
God spoke." Gather your friends. Get that "Jonestown" like pot and fry
up some "dogs." Trough those Styrofoam cups through that casserole. Go
full out and spool up some tough spun for potty time. Finally, remember
for a small honorarium you can show this film (I only found it with
another film on the same cassette) to your film class and I can then
fill in all the details not stated in this "trailer," (like which of
the hood wearing zombies is ME!!!) Light the projectors! Tom
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, Bill Oliver
, Bob Rochelle
, Cheryl Harmon
, Chris Hammond
, Jennifer Flamen
, Julie Ann Meisels
, Lee James
, Lynne Kocol
, Renee Harmon
, Sunny Bartholomew
, Teri Argula
, Thomas McGowan
, Wayne Liebman
, Wolf Muser
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