Tomcat Films has released the Reel Progress production of Mike T. Lyddon’s new feature film FIRST MAN ON MARS on DVD.
The film is now available on Amazon, Best Buy, Family Video and many other online sales outlets.
Youtube review of First Man on Mars from Brit reviewer Jonjo Lyons who gives the film 7 eye popping head hugs out of 10! He goes on to say that residents of Tromaville would be proud and that he enjoyed the practical effects. He also gives a good primer of exploitation – grindhouse flicks from the 70’s.
Click Here to watch the full review of First Man on Mars on Youtube.
Fine review of FIRST MAN ON MARS from CLUB DES MONSTRES, the amazing French genre site devoted to science fiction, horror and fantasy films.
Site is in French, but here is the core of the review in English – “Presented as a satire of small budget films with monsters presented in the American drive-ins in the 70s , the film is light and funny . Full of references, the coroner whose name is Fritz Leiber is a classic writer, popular movies and series of endorsements of its kind in that scene is reminiscent of the classic Hammer – Quatermass. The name of the cosmonaut, Cologne, recalls Carroon in Quatermass and we are obviously dealing with a fan of science fiction and B-cinema. All the characters are caricatures , except perhaps Porscha , the Bullets and Bimbos model that has a bit more brains than expected. The cast seemed to have fun. Some gore effects accumulate at the end of film while bikinis remain in place. Ideal for an evening with friends, pizza and beer.”
See the entire review on the CLUB DES MONSTRES website.
The first review of the feature film FIRST MAN ON MARS from MORBIDLY BEAUTIFUL is great!
“..it’s those practical effects — which are at once remarkably well done and intentionally cheesy and self aware — which make FIRST MAN ON MARS such a joy to watch, especially for fans of super low budget drive-in grindhouse creature features from the 1970s.”