This weekend on Creature Features:

It’s time to take a break from the disco nightclubs this Saturday and stay home to see one of the few great episodes of our sorry little show. First, we’ll be watching Boris Karloff in 1933’s “The Ghoul.” A not-too-bad movie where Karloff doesn’t speak much and everyone else won’t shut up. Joining us to watch this Roosevelt-era motion picture classic will be academy award-nominated actor Eric Roberts. You’re probably quite familiar with him and his work, but in case you’re not; he has a sister named Julia. Quite a pretty woman. He’ll give us his take on this film, tell us some great stories about being on the business side of a camera and do a rather noteworthy impersonation of Sylvester Stallone. Vince, in turn, will ask him questions about his shoes. Saturday night at 10PM PST on KOFY TV20, the YouTube link below, our Roku and FireTV channels and on an unbounded network of venerable television stations nationwide. Don’t miss it!

2 thoughts on “This weekend on Creature Features:”

    1. I DVR’d the show & substituted the 1982 “Chuck Norris battles a Frankenstein monster” film “Silent Rage” in place of “The Ghoul”. Much more entertaining (since Eric Roberts best work was in the 1980s, namely “Runaway Train”). (Norris actually did one other horror related film in the early 1990s where he had a battle with Satan!)

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