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This weekend on Creature Features:

Many of our viewers describe our movies as “dogs.” We certainly can’t blame them. And this weekend they can expect a double-dog treat as we have both a dog movie and a dog guest. First up, we’ll be showing “The Undying Monster” from 1942. This is a nicely-done film with something of a werewolf-motif. While it’s not that Universal wolf-man movie that we all know and love, it is a fitting substitute and you’ve probably seen that other one a thousand times before anyways.

And there really is no better way to watch a canine movie than with a canine guest. Joining us will be Rascal, the ugliest dog in the world. Actually, he’s not really that ugly. He’s simply unique. Like Tangella, only different. Speaking of which, those of you seasoned viewers know quite well that any time we have an animal act on the show, Tangella sticks around the parlor, so expect to see more of her deviousness than usual. And since the dog can’t talk and Tangella won’t talk, we’ll be joined by Rascal’s owner, trainer and manager, the wonderful Dane Andrew. He tell us about all of Rascal’s professional adventures and chat us up about his own acting career. He even starred in a movie we showed a few years back.

All this while Tangella trips up Handrew, this Saturday night at 9PM Pacific Time at the YouTube link above, 10PM on KOFY TV20 and on demand at our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels. Don’t miss it!

It’s Monday night. What are you going to watch?

Why not catch that episode of Creature Features you missed on Saturday? It’s better than looking at the Newly Added Items menu on Netflix, only to see the same old junk that has been in that same category for the past six months. At least here at Creature Features, we’ll tell you that we’re serving ancient films. But some are so old, they may be new to you. And that sure beats watching that darn tiger series again.

This weekend on Creature Features:

When Vincent first acquired the Poulter Manor, it was an abandoned and dilapidated mess teeming with vermin. But with the help of some well-paid carpenters and exterminators, a house once crowded with creepy crawlers eventually became a humble home. But that didn’t change much for the manor’s more widely know reputation – mainly being the most haunted house in Bodega Bay. For that kind of problem, there’s a different kind of craftsman one must hire to eradicate pests from the spirit world. And maybe a Catholic priest as well. And while we won’t have the latter this Saturday, we’ll definitely have the former.

Joining us this weekend will be Tami and Jason from Wandering Spirits Paranormal Investigations. Our WSPI friends will tell us what it takes to be a ghost hunter, demonstrate some of the tools of their trade and tell us about the most fascinating and frightening encounters they’ve had with poltergeists during their travels. They might even chime in with some advice about how Vince might contend with his own Poulter Ghosts.

And what better movie genre to show with ghost hunters than a movie about ghosts? Especially if you can dig one up that is so specific, it is actually named “The Ghost.” Released in 1963, this fun film stars Barbara Steele as an adulterous wife who suddenly finds herself being haunted by her recently-dead husband. Done, we might add, without any of the high-tech gizmos alluded to above. Definitely worth a watch.

All this while Tangella gives the ugly-baby a makeover, this Saturday night at 9PM Pacific Time at the YouTube link above, 10PM on KOFY TV20 and on demand at our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels. Don’t miss it!

It happens every four years.

We put together a fabulous program and movie and then without warning, those four rings and that giant torch appears out of nowhere and steals all of our viewers over to the Olympics. We can understand if people would rather watch fit, young beauties swim in synchronicity than see “War of the Colossal Beast.” It would make sense if people preferred to see real skaters on ice during the Curling competition rather than see our guest, Mindy, roller skate around our parlor as she talks about figurines she’s created out of dryer lint. But who in their right mind would rather see some smelly man toss a javelin when they could instead see Tangella take a wrist-rocket to the aforementioned guest? We have no idea either. In any case, here’s your chance to to catch last Saturday’s show, sports fans.