Having survived an apparent comet-related holocaust in downtown LA, Reggie (Catherine Mary Stewart) rushes to the 'burbs to check on her airhead sister Samantha (Kelli Maroney), who hasn't caught on, early in Night Of The Comet, 1984.
Sisters Samantha (Kelli Maroney) and Reggie (Catherine Mary Stewart) have joined fellow comet-holocaust survivor Hector (Robert Beltran) at a radio station, their signal picked up by jump-suited scientists (Geoffrey Lewis, Mary Woronov et al) we've not met before, in Night Of The Comet, 1984.
Something went wrong when everyone went out to watch the comet, so the morning after, Los Angeles is desolate, projectionist Larry and girlfriend Reggie (Catherine Mary Stewart), having made it in the booth overnight, arise clueless, in Night Of The Comet, 1984.
More of a 50's opening, Michael Hanks the narrator, then credits and music removing any doubt that we're in the 80's, the movie-usher heroine (Catherine Mary Stewart) introduced playing what looks like Atari's Tempest, in Night Of The Comet, 1984.
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