It seems we get more requests for this film than we do for Godzilla films. That is, after all the Godzilla fans gave up asking us once it became apparent that the good people who make the Godzilla movies won’t speak with us and our measly budget. And while “Blacula” is no Japanese giant-lizard monster, he is a rather-hip dude that certainly knows how to slay the ladies. And the gentlemen as well. But we’re skipping the first entry into this short-lived franchise and going for the best: “Scream, Blacula, Scream” from 1973. Many say this sequel is better than the first. We tend to agree. Starring William Marshall and Pam Grier, we think you’ll enjoy this classic.
Joining us for this jewel of 70’s horror will be our old friend and resident expert of 70’s horror, director Bill Lustig. He’ll give us some interesting nuggets of knowledge about the film, tell us about what it was like helming his “Maniac” series of movies and let us know what he’s been up to as of late.
All the above whilst Tangella clocks Handrew with a plastic skull, next Saturday night at 9PM Pacific at the link above and on-demand at our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels. Don’t miss it!
3 thoughts on “This weekend on Creature Features: ”
Never really got the appeal of Dracula until this movie.
Those of us who grew up before the age of computers laugh our asses off at the “Information Age”.
BTW, where all of the other commenters ?
Oh, the FaceTube aka TubeFace.
Sorry, NaGaDa (not gonna do it).
Belated Love and rockets on Father’s Day and happy Juneteenth to Livingston; cast and crew!