We’ll take in a fun movie from 1986 called “Invaders from Mars.” Apparently, this movie was first made in 1953. But we’re not showing that one. We’re showing this one because it has Karen Black and was directed by Tobe Hooper.
Join Vincent and Tangella as they watch “The Uncanny” from 1977 starring Peter Cushing, Ray Milland and Joan Greenwood. Friday at 8PM Pacific only on YouTube. Don’t miss it!
A wonderful re-creation of Tangella’s Halloween photo, done by our talented viewer, Daniel Keesee.
Given a choice between “Kiss Meets the Phantom of the Park” and a good Sinbad movie, Tangella wisely chose the latter. Join her and Vincent as they watch “The Golden Voyage of Sinbad” from 1973. Tonight at 8PM Pacific Time only on YouTube.
If you’re into mummy movies that aren’t completely polluted with mummies, then our Saturday show is custom-made for you. We’ll be showing “Pharaoh’s Curse” from 1957. It’s about a group of archeologists who get into a bit of trouble by opening the wrong tomb.
We have a great movie in store for you. Actually two, but we’re only showing one. And we’re not sure which one it will be yet since we made the mistake of allowing Tangella choose the film. And she has yet to make her decision.
Don’t miss this acclaimed documentary from our director, Tom Wyrsch, about the original host of Creature Features. You’ll see some familiar faces and many never-before-seen clips. Previously only available in theaters and on video disk, now online. Don’t miss it!
A few tiny snips with the scissors and it is now good to go. Sorry for the mixup!
If you like spiders (and who doesn’t?) then you’ll love this weekend’s movie: The Giant Spider Invasion from 1975. This forgotten epic is so good, it even stars Alan Hale Jr – better known as The Skipper on Gilligan’s Island. We tried to get the film’s creator, our dear friend Bill Rebane to join us but he’s busy this weekend.
There’s something evil coming to the Poulter Mansion this weekend. Some could argue that it is already there in the form of a 1.6 meter waif with stringy hair. Or one might conjecture that it is our guest, Kari Byron from Mythbusters coming to spread a dark pall over the household.