This weekend on Creature Features:

Our feature presentation is so good, it scored a whopping 25% audience rating on Rotten Tomatoes. We expect it to do far better with the Creature Feature family of viewers because they have far better taste and much lower expectations than those prudes who frequent that rather judgmental movie review website.

This weekend we’ll screen “Target Earth” from 1954 with Richard Denning and Kathleen Crowley. Vincent is of the mind that this film was a low-budget knock-off of “The Day the Earth Stood Still.” Only with a better robot. While he might be right, others believe that this a unique film that stands on its own merits. We’ll let you be the judge of that, but either way it should be a fun film to watch.

No guest this weekend. They exceeded Vincent’s patience and he cancelled their appearance. This will surely be explained in the intro.

All the above whilst Tangella wreaks havoc upon Bodega Bay, Saturday night at 9PM Pacific Time at the link above and on-demand at our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels. Don’t miss it!

This weekend on Creature Features: 

Gold. One of the most valuable elements on the planet. We value it as well, however here at Creature Features, it comes in a form somewhat slightly different than the preferred metal of the gilded age. For us, gold is when we show a great movie and the star of that movie sits with us in the guest chair to tell us how it was all done. And do we have a bright star and a brilliant film for you this weekend.

Joining us will be Pamelyn Ferdin. She was the most popular and prolific child star of the 1970s. She was in everything from Baretta to Sigmund and the Sea Monster. She hung out with the Brady kids. She was the first actor to kill Clint Eastwood in a film. She ran Space Academy with Dr. Smith from Lost in Space. She was a Timmy on Lassie and she even spent quality time with Oscar and Felix on The Odd Couple. And if for some reason you still can’t remember her lovely face, you’ll most certainly remember her voice – which was the verbal aspect of Lucy on The Peanuts for a number of years. We’ll talk about some of the highlights of her career and get the inside scoop on our featured presentation which will be:

Daughter of The Mind from 1969. This is a wonderful ghost story about a professor who is convinced that his deceased daughter is communicating with him from beyond the grave. This film caused a few nightmares when it originally aired and has some slightly disturbing imagery that can still cause a shudder or two in the braver eyes of today. Starring our guest as the adorable little ghost, the film also features Ray Milland, Gene Tierney and Ed Asner. Keep an eye out for Mrs. Olson from Folger’s coffee in this one too.

All the above this weekend and also Handrew tries to net Tangella, Saturday night at 9PM Pacific Time at the link above and on-demand at our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels. Don’t miss it!

This weekend on Creature Features:

We had never heard of this film until it came up on our distributor’s list a few months ago. How we missed this one is almost criminal. But we’ll make up for it this weekend when we present “What Ever Happened to Aunt Alice?” from 1969. This is a fabulous film that is of a quality quite a few notches above what we typically serve here on Creature Features. Staring Geraldine Page, Ruth Gordon and a myriad of popular character actors from the 60’s, this neo-noir thriller is the crowning glory of the “Psycho-Biddy” films glut of the late 60’s and early 70’s. And if your are as unfamiliar with that term as we were until recently, just think “Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte” and “Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?”

As for our guest, we’ll be joined by the wonderful Mr. Lobo from Cinema Insomnia. He’s a horror host, a movie star, a television producer, a well-dresser and something of a psychopath. But we love him and so will you as he gives us a large dollop of trivia about our film, tell about his recent Left Coast adventures and explain exactly what a “Pop-Up Drive-In” happens to be and why they’re so popular on the Right Coast.

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

The most common message we receive…

The most common message we receive every day here at Creature Features is, “How do we watch your show?” Especially now that KOFY TV in the San Francisco Bay Area has ridden off into the sunset. While our YouTube and Vimeo channels work great, the best way to catch our show is to use one of the devices covered in the article below. Think of it as a tiny VCR loaded with free content. We have a Creature Features app for each one of these wonderful set-top boxes, so no matter which one you choose, you can see our show and can catch our current and previous episodes for free. As far as we’re concerned we think the best picture and sound quality comes from the Apple offering, with Roku as a close second.

Horror & Sci-Fi Movies With Wonderful Guests.