This weekend on Creature Features:

Batman is one of the most popular superheroes known to mankind. He’d also make a really great guest for the show. Unfortunately, our meager budget would never cover Bruce Wayne and his entire entourage to make a visit. However, we are able to afford Bargain Batman. He’s like the real Batman, but different. He has a newer bat-suit but still drives a 1966 bat mobile. And he doesn’t fight the big crimes like the real Batman, but you’ll learn about the lesser-crimes he does stamp out to make society a better place.

Movie-wise, we’ll be watching one that we’ve never aired prior: “The Disappearance of Flight 412” from 1974. This film has a great cast and covers an interesting topic, but doesn’t quite live up to its potential as one of the great UFO movies. If you’ve seen it, you’ll know what we mean. If you haven’t seen it, then check it out so you know exactly why you’ll be avoiding it in the future.

All this while Tangella goes all William Tell on Livingston, this Saturday night at 9PM Pacific Time at the YouTube link above and on-demand at our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels. Don’t miss it!

This weekend on Creature Features:

If you’ve been watching our show for any length of time, you probably know that Vincent likes a good ghost story. And have we a good one this weekend. Because the denizens of the manor will be screening “The Innocents” from 1961. This gorgeous classic raised the bar for all ghost movies. If you’ve never seen it, you’ll love it. If you’ve already seen it, you’ll love it again. Starring Deborah Kerr, Peter Wyngarde, Megs Jenkins, Michael Redgrave, Martin Stephens and Pamela Franklin.

No guest this weekend so we have more movie-time. But next week, we’ll have Batman. Sort of…

All this while Tangella ships a gift, this Saturday night at 9PM Pacific Time at the YouTube link above and on-demand at our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels. Don’t miss it!

This weekend on Creature Features:

You haven’t celebrated Christmas Day properly till you’ve done so at The Poulter Mansion. And for the first time in our show’s history, Christmas lands on Saturday meaning you’ll have the dubious honor of celebrating it with Vincent, Tangella and Livingston. Lucky you.

And to celebrate the holiday, we’ll be showing the most famous Christmas movie ever made. No…not “Die Hard”, but “Tales from the Crypt” from 1972. This fabulous film not only inspired a fun TV series, but it made Joan Collins a household name. And while Bruce Willis is nowhere to be seen within the seven ghastly tales told, you will catch Peter Cushing, Ralph Richardson and Ian Hendry.

All this while Tangella exhibits kindness and consideration towards Handrew, this Saturday night at 9PM Pacific Time at the YouTube link above, 10PM on KOFY TV20 and on-demand at our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels. Don’t miss it!

This weekend on Creature Features:

Christmas cheer takes a front row seat on the next installment of our show after Tangella brings yuletide spirit to the parlor by roping Handrew into putting up the tree. And what better way to celebrate the reason for the season than to show a robot movie from the fifties? For we’ll be watching 1954’s Tobor the Great, the most incredible robot movie ever made. Actually, that’s not quite true. We simply just can’t yet afford to run Forbidden Planet. But this is still an entertaining movie that babies, little boys and girls and fully-grown men and women will thoroughly enjoy.

And with us to watch this glorious epic of Cold War cinema shall be the delightful Benjamin Clark, curator of the Charles M. Schulz Museum. He’ll tell us all kinds of wonderful facts about the father of The Peanuts, regale us about how a few early scribbles transformed into a media empire and show us some original works from the collection itself.

All this while Tangella tries to voodoo Mr. Livingston, this Saturday night at 9PM Pacific Time at the YouTube link above, 10PM on KOFY TV20 and on-demand at our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels. Don’t miss it!

This weekend on Creature Features:

Now that December and the Christmas season have arrived, Vince has insisted we celebrate this winter holiday as much as possible. And there is no better way to kick-off a succession of yuletide cheer than with a film called “Home for the Holidays.” Starring Sally Field, Elanor Parker, Walter Brennan and a delightful collection of others, this 1972 film clearly demonstrates that Aaron Spelling was a fabulous producer before he created “The Love Boat.” This mild slasher also stars one of Vince’s favorite British actresses, Jill Haworth, who manages to articulate a fairly-believable mid-Atlantic cadence.

Sitting in the guest chair will be the talented artist, Bart Frescura. His specialty is creating fabulous horror masks. He’ll share some of his creations with us and we’re sure you’ll find his work to be most impressive.

All this while Tangella cooks up another batch of nitroglycerin, this Saturday night at 9PM Pacific Time at the YouTube link above, 10PM on KOFY TV20 and on-demand at our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels. Don’t miss it!

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