Kelli Maroney Archives | Cult Celebrities

Scream Queen Hot Tub Party (1991)

The 1991 film Scream Queen Hot Tub Party is a comedy and horror film directed by Jim Wynorski and Fred Olen Ray. The movie was famously produced in a single day, and only has a runtime of 50 minutes. That said, the movie has become a huge cult classic, successful mainly on the merit of casting… read more »

Not of This Earth (1988)

Not of This Earth is a 1988 science fiction remake of a 1957 Roger Corman classic. Starring Traci Lords, Roger Lodge, Kelli Maroney, Becky LeBeau and Monique Gabrielle. The film was directed by the legendary Jim Wynorski who also directed such classics as Piranahaconda, Hard to Die and Chopping Mall to name a few. Not of… read more »

Hard to Die (1990)

Hard to Die is a 1990 horror movie produced by Roger Corman and directed by Jim Wynorski and stars Karen Mayo-Chandler, Gail Thackray, Deborah Dutch, Kelli Maroney, Melissa Moore, Peter Spellos, Bridget Carney and Toni Naples. After seeing Sorority House Massacre II (a movie produced by his wife) the famous B-movie producer Roger Corman tasked… read more »

Kelli Maroney

Kelli Maroney is an actress best known for appearing in cult classic films throughout the 80s and 90s like Fast Times At Ridgemont High, Chopping Mall, Night of the Comet, and the soap opera Ryan’s Hope. Kelli Maroney Biography Kelli Maroney was born on December 30th, 1965. She began acting on the soap opera Ryan’s Hope… read more »

Night of the Comet (1984)

The 1984 film Night of the Comet is a sci-fi film with elements of horror and comedy, starring Catherine Mary Stewart and Kelli Maroney. A low budget film upon release, it has since garnered significant recognition as a cult classic film. Night of the Comet (1984) Movie Synopsis As it flies through space, the earth passes… read more »

Chopping Mall (1986)

The 1986 film Chopping Mall is a low-budget horror film. It was directed by the famed B-film director Jim Wynorski, and produced by Julie Corman, the wife of famous B-film producer Roger Corman. The movie was a critical and box office flop, but has since garnered a massive cult following and done well on video. It is… read more »