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It’s here at last, your very own sneak peek at the splendid cheesiness that is writer/director Christopher R. Mihm‘s latest, greatest 1950s-drive-in-style B-movie creature feature, “Attack of the Moon Zombies.” Featured in the cast are, yours truly, Sid Korpi; Mike Cook; Shannon McDonough; Douglas Sidney; Mark Haider; Stephanie Mihm; Michael Kaiser; and Bob Arndt.
If your appetite for lunar lunacy and zombie-born destruction is sufficiently whetted, visit the “Attack of the Moon Zombies” site and order your tickets to the May 25, 2011, premiere to be held at the Heights Theater in Columbia Heights, MN.
BIG NEWS!!! I JUST LEARNED FROM THE DIRECTOR THAT THERE WILL BE NO GUARANTEE OF ANY GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS SET ASIDE FOR THE NIGHT OF THE MOVIE’S PREMIERE, BUT YOU CAN BUY THE $5 GENERAL SEATS (WITHOUT THE COMMEMORATIVE COLLECTOR’S TICKET AND PIECE OF THE LUNAR BASE SET THAT GO FOR $10 APIECE). SO, TO BE SURE YOU’LL GET IN TO THE PREMIERE, YOU SERIOUSLY HAVE TO BUY YOUR TICKETS AHEAD OF TIME AT THE MIHM WEBSITE!!! I’M NOT KIDDING!
Last night was my first on-camera scene in “Attack of the Moon Zombies.” Director @Christopher R. Mihm tortured me during closeups, reminding that my head will be 90 feet high when the movie is shown at the drive-ins! Such intense mental cruelty! (You’d think he was my sibling or something!) The shoot took several hours longer than expected, thanks to my costar Dr. Edwards’ and my dueling hungry-tummy grumbles and subsequent giggle fits by us all (even though those beastly men will try and blame it all on me because I’m a girl, sort of!). Learn more about the movie and the upcoming Oct. 30 Mihm Movie Marathon in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, and check out the possibility of becoming an associate producer at his website <www.sainteuphoria.com>
The ever-creative, always insane B-movie maker Christopher R. Mihm is up to his old (as in 1950s-drive-in-like) tricks in his upcoming feature film, “Attack of the Moon Zombies.” My three Westies, Blanche, Keely and Ambrose are associate producers this time; my hubby, Anthony Kaczor, is playing Dr. Phillips; and I got promoted to Administrator Ripley (I was formerly to be Dr. Rutherford) mostly thanks to Mihm’s lovely wife Stephanie wanting a smaller part because she’s recently had a baby and wants to be less overloaded at this point. This is the third role in a row I’ve simply been offered by a director out of the blue. (The last two plays I was in followed this astounding pattern.) The Universe, and these daring directors, rock!!
Not having yet read the script, I really have no idea what this all means. I only know that my stalking this director a few years back—downloading a photo of my high school trophy and medal for theater as proof that I was “talented” and vowing I must have something to do with one of his movies before I died (as an extra, a prop mistress, key grip, what have you)—has proven marvelously fruitful in the area of making my life one big, silly adventure. Consider becoming an associate producer yourself (or in honor of your pet). There’s a link below to tell you how. I’ll keep you posted as this particular adventure unfolds. —Sid
Attack of the Moon Zombies
Synopsis Twenty years have passed since Dr. Vincent Edwards (once again played by the ever-talented Mike Cook) took on a certain radiation-mutated bat creature and he is ready to retire. While training his replacement on the Jackson Lunar Base, the two stumble upon a seemingly impossible discovery: alien plant life on the surface of the moon! Unfortunately, exposure to the spores of this otherworldly flora cause instant death. Too bad those killed by them don’t stay dead and instead, want nothing more than to replicate!
Written, directed and edited by Christopher R. Mihm
Creature Effects and Make-up by Mitchell A. Gonzales
Special digital effects by Christopher R. Mihm
Bunch of Crazies (productions)
Peter K. Flynn
Ambrose, Blanche, & Keely Korpi-Kaczor
Jean K. Wood
Interested in becoming an associate producer?