Massachusetts producers Mike Savino and Mark Veau (Media House Films) turned a silly stunt at a college party into one of the most sought after B-Movie horror cult classics. "Attack of the Killer Refrigerator" has become a cultural phenomenon. The 1985 low budget and independent horror movie has been embraced by generations of fans. A copy from the original VHS distribution just sold for $1,277 on eBay. IMDB has ranked it as the 15th Most Outrageous Film or Movie Title Ever. Mike and Mark joined me this morning to announce a new Blu-ray version of the movie along with some of their other productions. Click the podcast below to hear the fascinating and hilarious story of how these two brilliant producers were inspired to turn a stunt at a party into a full scale production. I am proud of my tiny contribution to this classic with a short cameo performance in the scene that turned the refrigerator into a blood thirsty killer and like with other classics, a sequel is in the works.
Here is the link to learn more about purchasing a copy of "Attack of the Killer Refrigerator."