First Man on Mars is an official selection at the 6th annual Mad Monster Party and Film Festival this weekend, March 24th through 26th. The micro budget indie horror comedy from Reel Progress and filmmaker Mike T. Lyddon will be screening Saturday, March 25th at 2pm.
For more info, please visit the Mad Monster website.
Reel Progress is pleased to announce the inclusion of indie sci-fi horror comedy FIRST MAN ON MARS in Philip Smolen’s 4th Annual PS Awards. Naming FMOM as one of the eight incredible indie movies of 2016, the Rogue Cinema film critic says Lyddon fills the movie with wonderful touch points to classic drive-in cinematic fodder and he even names some of his characters after actors, writers and directors from those drive-in days (including Fritz Leiber, Don Dohler, Martine Beswick and Caroline Munro). Gory and goofy, “First Man on Mars” is a pizza and six pack masterpiece!
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Rogue Cinema has published a new interview with director – producer Mike T. Lyddon, the filmmaker responsible for the sci-fi horror farce FIRST MAN ON MARS.
Writer Misty Layne spoke to Lyddon about his inspiration for the film and its roots in an early 80’s short horror comedy called MUTILATION MANIACS. He also talks about his forthcoming feature HELLPACA! which will be shot in Peru and the United States.
Click HERE for the Rogue Cinema interview with Mike Lyddon.
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The amazing science fiction film site Sci-Fi Central gives First Man on Mars its own page! Click here to see synopsis, trailer, reviews and more on the latest feature film from Reel Progress and Mike T. Lyddon. Check out their website for comprehensive listings of science fiction films, movie database, trailer database and films you can watch online.
The first foreign acquisition of First Man on Mars from the American Film Market has happened! Tomcat Films has confirmed that South Korea has bought the rights for cable, pay-per-view and other platforms and we are expecting a few more countries to sign in the next few months.
Filmmaker Mike T. Lyddon’s latest feature film First Man on Mars has garnered a dozen reviews and critical praise from Troma Entertainment, Horror Buzz, Bloody Flicks, UK Horror Scene, HorrorScreams VideoVault and more. The sci-fi horror comedy starring Benjamin Wood, Jeffrey Estiverne and Sam Cobean and featuring music by The Wasted Lives is now available on DVD at Target, Best Buy, Family Video, Amazon, FYE and other fine online stores.
In the latest review of our humble little sci-fi horror comedy, Bloody Flicks film critic Andy Wheeler draws a few connections to early Roger Corman films including Little Shop of Horrors and Creature from the Haunted Sea!
“The film is clearly an homage to Shlock horror and Director Mike Lyddon nails the look and feel of a Roger Corman film. The film is quite funny in parts and the gore level is decent enough even though the FX are a little ‘cheap’ they suit the film’s style perfectly.”
Read the entire review of First Man on Mars on Bloody Flicks!
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Prepare yourself for the shocking true story of the first human mars mission! Beyond Fact magazine presents the real story behind the film “First Man on Mars,” presented by Coroner Fritz Leiber in his own words when the amazing and shocking tale of Eli Cologne and Cologne Space Lab unfolded in the sleepy little town of Black Bayou, Louisiana.
Click here to read the entire incredible account!
Click here to watch the dramatic recreation of those events presented by Mike T. Lyddon and Reel Progress LLC.
Mike T. Lyddon’s latest feature film FIRST MAN ON MARS kicks off it’s festival circuit with a New Orleans premiere at the Loup Garou Sci-Fi Horror Film Festival at Bar Redux. Also showing is the 1995 horror-comedy ZOMBIE! VS. MARDI GRAS, which Lyddon co-wrote, produced and directed.
For more info, please visit www.barredux.com or check out the Facebook event page.
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.