Sorry about yesterday, I was deep in my post B-Fest coma. This was the first film shown, courtesy of our own Chad Richards. He furthermore gave the credit to Petersen Games (a.k.a. Green Eye Games). The timing was fortuitous; the base game for Cthulhu Wars had just recently shipped. Indeed, after the Post Office lost my game for nearly a week after marking it successfully delivered, it finally turned up. We picked it up on the trip down to the Fest, and it waited ominously slumbering in the van while we slowly mutated in the auditorium. We played it Sunday, and it’s pretty spectacular. The simply gigantic expansion stuff, including another 100-plus plastic figures, will ship down the road. The base game is already amazing, though. I think the Rev. will confirm this when he resurfaces.
You know, like Cthulhu.
Since this was picture, I think, our one ’50s sci-fi film (save for the perennial Plan 9, which as usual I napped through), and one of very few black and white pictures, I might have personally saved it for later in the bill. But it was well received, which isn’t surprising as it’s one of the several interesting takes on zombies Sam Katzman produced.