Christopher R. Mihm
Joining Spiders and Big Ass Spider is now The Giant Spider - an indie sliver of retro goodness in the vein of the old black and white classic Tarantula, which featured - you guessed it - a super-sized arachnid of deadly proportions.
Christopher R. Mihm probably never thought in 2006 when he set out to make an affectionate throwback to black & white monster movies of a bygone era that he'd develop his own homegrown cottage industry of retro-style b-movies. Next week will bring the DVD release of his sixth do-it-yourself homage: Attack of the Moon Zombies.
Reviewed by The Foywonder Starring Mike Cook, Stephanie Mihm, Daniel R. Sjerven, Justen Overlander, Michael Kaiser, Elizabeth Kaizer Written and directed by Christopher R. Mihm I wrote the following in my 2006 review of Christopher R. Mihm's The Monster of Phantom Lake:
Finally the poster and trailer for Christopher R. Mihm's nature-run-amok opus Terror From Beneath the Earth have surfaced, and this indie blast from the past looks to deliver some old fashioned fun!
For the past 2-3 years an enterprising filmmaker named Christopher R. Mihm has been making his own homegrown homages to the classic black & white sci-fi monster movies of yore. I reviewed his first, Monster from Phantom Lake, a while back. Since then he has produced It Came from Another World and Cave Women on Mars.