PG-13 | | Comedy, Horror, Sci-Fi
A comet wipes out most of life on Earth, leaving two Valley Girls fighting against cannibal zombies and a sinister group of scientists.
Thom Eberhardt while writing the script asked teenagers for their input on what they would do if they survived the end of the world.
It's ironic. Of all the great minds of the world, all the great intellects, who should survive, or almost survive. I don't have to see the results of the blood test. I can guess what they say about that one.
Audrey White: You're right. It would be senseless to ...
In the department store, they start with a double-speaker Toshiba "boom-box". When Sam is apprehended by the store's new "owner", he directs his henchman to "turn off the music" (sic). The boom-box is now a single-speaker, generic tape player/radio when he shoots it.
$3,580,578 (USA) (18 November 1984)
$14,418,922 (USA) (4 January 1985)
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