“It’s not nice to fool Mother Nature.” So went the catchy slogan of Chiffon Margarine commercials in the 1970’s. And it’s possible some Australian filmmakers took that pithy quote as inspiration to make a riveting film. This weekend we’ll present “The Long Weekend” from 1978.
Join Vincent and Tangella this Friday night at 8PM Pacific as they watch Jan-Michael Vincent and George Peppard in “Damnation Alley” from 1977. Don’t miss it!
Those of you who have been pining for us to show an “old school” horror movie won’t be disappointed this weekend. Because we shall present “The Vampire Bat” from 1933. Starring Lionel Atwill and Fay Wray, this dark and gloomy classic revolves around a small village where the citizens begin to die off rapidly due to some vampire-like fiend.
Last week’s mail.
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If 1 is the loneliest number than 300 should be about three-hundred times more lonely. Or something like that. But there is nothing lonely about the fact that we’ll broadcast our 300th episode this weekend.
And to make that point, we’ll have not just one guest but two this weekend.
Last week’s mail.
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A fictionalised version of author R. Chetwynd-Hayes (John Carradine) is approached on a city street by a strange man (Vincent Price) who turns out to be a starving vampire named Eramus. Eramus bites the writer, and in gratitude for the small “donation”, takes his (basically unharmed but bewildered) victim to the titular club, which is a covert gathering place for a multitude of supernatural creatures.
There’s much to be said about living in an old dark house. And not all of it is bad, as Vincent will explain at the beginning of our next show. And the reason he’ll drone on incessantly about this topic is because our film for the evening will be “The Old Dark House” from 1963.
Won’t you join us?