This is the first podcast in our new vintage series and we start off with a cult classic! Join Kevin, Christine from MI and Robin Burge from Media Junkyard, FisherCast and Movie Snobbery with Robin and Steph as they discuss the 1984 title “Night of the Comet”.

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You can learn more about our upcoming Vintage series of Saturday B Movie Reel podcasts by checking out this blog post and forum thread.

Be sure to checkout our Dinocroc vs Supergator contest where you could win yourself a copy of this classic courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment. Full details are available here.

If you’re a fan of Night of the Comet we highly recommend that you checkout the great fan site for lots of great information and links to other resources about the movie.

You can find the Forgotten Flix podcast for Night of the Comet here.

You can support our podcast by purchasing Night of the Comet here.

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3 thoughts on “Saturday B Movie Reel #20 – Night Of The Comet”
  1. Hi guys,

    Fun podcast. When I heard that you would be doing a “Night of the Comet” watch, I instantly smiled. This movie makes me nostalgic kind of like it did Kevin. I remember being so incredibly surprised by the movie when I saw it, it was good! Not perfect and you can shoot canon balls through the holes in the story but that didn’t matter. I still rooted for our good guys, checked my brain at the door and enjoyed the ride.

    Christine was talking about how long the power plants would last without people and for an answer to that question, may I suggest “Life Without People” which is a series from the History Channel? It is really interesting and specifically answers that question (not long at all!) along with many more.

    Thanks yall,

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