For those of you unfamiliar with the film, here is the official synopsis:
Even the sanest and kindest of men goes mad. But what is it that drives him to insanity? What you are about to read is a description of the circumstances under which one man, Veterinarian Dr. Vic McNaughton, goes horribly, horribly, and irretrievably mad…is it the aliens seeking human brains for snacks? Zombies seeking to switch their brains with the brains of cats? Monster toad beasts? Starfish mutations? Dr. Vic and his staff experience all of these adventures, but it is the Space Zombies’ experiments switching the thought essences of Dr. Vic’s wife Betsy with those of his beloved cat Ju-Jube that eventually push him over the edge. His solution is obvious – his wife and darling pet must be combined, but first he must test his theories on some other unsuspecting humans and cats. What results is a truly terrifying travesty – a duel-headed cat freak that defies his master and embarks on a frightening rampage. It is only through this cataclysmic event, along with the prodding of Vic’s staff and his friends, including the very Space Zombies who helped him create the two-headed creature in the first place, that finally snaps Vic out of his maniacal trance, and he begins to see the light. Only when things are put right again – when minds and bodies are matched, does Dr. Vic’s world simmer to a sane temperature again.
And now, the reunion interview, Part 1:
Space Zombies! (or Amazon)
They Suck (or Amazon)
Horror at Terror Creek (or Amazon)
Buy the whole Trilogy if you dare!
- Kev works at the CBC
- One of Conor's projects, graphic novel Kill Shakespeare
- Kelsey's boutique hotel & resort, Anamaya, or her be outfitters company, or her optimal health and conscious living academy
- Johnny Vong, filmmaker
- The Darcy Windover band
- RJ Downes, writer
- Jason Reilly, actor
- Kim Croscup, actor...and check out her upcoming show at the Alumnae theatre!
Then there are those B-movies we chatted about...you can find them all on Amazon: