This weekend on Creature Features: 

What’s the matter with Tangella? No need to ask. We pretty much know the answer to that. The real question is, “What’s the Matter with Helen?” which just so happens to be the title of this weekend’s movie. Starring Debbie Reynolds, Shelley Winters, Agnes Moorehead and Dennis Weaver, this 1971 blockbuster that failed to launch is yet another entry to our recent string of “Psycho-Biddy” films. It has a bit too much song-and-dance for our taste, but you might really like this film. Maybe.

But if you don’t like the movie, you’ll love our guest. Because we’ll be joined by Lynette Lyon from Lyon Ranch. She’ll show us some of her exotic rescue animals, tell us a thing or two about these wild animals and let Tangella hold a few of these ferocious beasts. Speaking of which, don’t miss the bonus segment where Tangella actually visits Lyon Ranch.

All this while Tangella interrupts Livingston’s quality time, next Saturday night at 9PM Pacific at the enclosed link and on-demand at our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels. Don’t miss it!

This weekend on Creature Features:

The aftermath of nuclear war used to be a common topic that hasn’t had much coverage in this century. Until recently, for some reason. In any case, we’ll serve an after-the-nukes-drop movie for you this weekend: Roger Corman’s “The Day the World Ended” from 1955. It’s not a bad movie, but it’s not really a good one either. If you haven’t seen it, you just might enjoy it. If you have seen it, we won’t be offended if you skip through the movie to get to the interview parts.

Our guest will be the artist and designer known as Skinner. We’re not sure if that’s his first name, his last name or simply a moniker he picked in a prior profession. But we can say that this man is rather talented and quite a fun fellow for a chat. He’ll show us some of his fantastic work and point out some of the more subtle aspects of the movie which the rest of us might have missed when we inevitably nodded off to sleep.

All while Tangella knee-caps Handrew, next Saturday night at 9PM Pacific at the enclosed link and on-demand at our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels. Don’t miss it!

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We’ve received quite a few requests for this weekend’s film. We’re not sure why. It doesn’t seem that special. It’s not particularly scary. The effects are fairly mediocre. And the acting is only a notch or two above wooden. But we suspect it’s one of those “it scared me as a kid” movies. And nostalgia coupled with terror can be a beautiful thing. And that’s good enough for us, so this Saturday we shall serve up:

“Fiend Without a Face” from 1958. Starring Marshall Thompson, Kim Parker and Terry Kilburn, this British-made indy movie revolves around an invisible life form that feeds on atomic power and steals human brains and spinal columns. Yes, you heard that last part right. Should be fun.

Joining us to watch this cinematic gem will be actor Jonathan David, who has the unique distinction of being one of a very few actors to be featured in every single episode of the original Star Trek series. He’ll tell us how he was cast for this prestigious gig, chat about what it was like behind the scenes and bring us up to speed on how he’s doing on the convention circuit.

All while Tangella practices her cosmetology skills, next Saturday night at 9PM Pacific at the link above and on-demand at our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels. Don’t miss it!

This weekend on Creature Features:

We simply don’t show enough werewolf movies. True fact. It’s not that we’re unwilling. It is simply because our distributor doesn’t come across very many. So when a “new” one popped up on the list, we jumped on it.

“Moon of The Wolf” from 1972 is no “Wolfman” from 1941. But it does star the legendary David Jansseen, the lovely Barbara Rush and the hilarious Geoffrey Lewis. We won’t say that it’s a great film but it’s not a bad one either. We think you’ll like it. But if you don’t, you’ll surely like our guest:

Joining us again will be magician Ken Garr. He’ll amaze us with his illusions, tell us tales about his stint at Cirque de Boheme and give us his sage commentary about the above-referenced film.

All while Tangella gives Handrew yet another coronary, next Saturday night at 9PM Pacific at the link above and on-demand at our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels. Don’t miss it!

Horror & Sci-Fi Movies With Wonderful Guests.