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Order your advance tickets to the world premiere of Christopher R. Mihm’s “Attack of the Moon Zombies” (May 25, 2011 at the Heights Theater in Columbia Heights, MN) by clicking here. It’s the only way to guarantee you’ll get in on the big night because there are only a small number of general admission tickets that will be available at the door. That’s the voluptuous Shannon McDonough being carried by the monster, but that’s my name in the actors’ credits line! Woo hoo!
Get ‘em while you can, folks! Seriously, the buzz on this marvelously cheesy, funny/scary, B&W 1950s-drive-in-style creature feature by writer/director Christopher R. Mihm is over the moon, so to speak! The Heights Theater, where the premiere will be held on May 25, is not huge and I really think it’ll sell out fast! To co-opt a phrase used by my PetPAC colleague pet photographer Patrick Nau, “Don’t say ‘I wish I had.’ Say ‘I’m glad I did.’”
An added bonus is you’ll get to see my goofy ’50s hair as Administrator Ripley! I’m open to ridicule.
This event is a red-carpet affair—just like in Hollywood!—and everyone is encouraged to put their glad rags on. Assuming this will be following in the footsteps of Mihm’s five other movie debuts, you’ll meet the director and all the stars, hear a wonderful Wulitzer organ played, watch 1950s newsreels, eat cake and meet the Zombies created by Mitch Gonzales.
To order your advance tickets, click here.
Read about Christopher R. Mihm, the man and his movies in this May/June issue of SciFi magazine due out in April (It’s the official magazine of the SyFy channel) and in an upcoming Mpls/St. Paul magazine!