We have a great ghost story for you this weekend: “Don’t Go To Sleep” from 1982. This stars Valerie Harper and Dennis Weaver. We know – it sounds like a really bad TV movie of the week but we think you’ll enjoy it. It also stars the wonderfully brash Ruth Gordon and Oliver Robins. You’ll remember the latter from “Poltergeist” who had issues with the tree outside his window. Talk about a kid who knows ghosts…
Joining us as our guest will be our old friend Jackie Kong. When she’s not creating fun horror movies like “Blood Diner” she likes to visit the Poulter Mansion and watch a crummy movie with us. She’ll tell us about her exciting new project and bring a bit of fashion to our guest chair.
All this while Tangella broadens her musical horizons, 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!
If you’ve ever seen any type of mummy movie, you’ve probably learned that it’s not good to mess around with ancient Egyptian artifacts. Well, this weekend we shall learn that hard lesson once again as we present for you “The Cat Creature” from 1973. Starring a young Meredith Baxter, an older Gale Sondergaard and an always-ancient John Carradine, this spooky tale revolves around the cat goddess Bastet and why you would be wise not to cross her path.
Joining us to watch this fun film from the seventies will be the lovely ladies from The Redwood Witchery – an emporium of potions and other items used in the magical arts. This place is not too far from the mansion and Tangella spends a goodly amount of time (and money) there. They’ll tell us what it is like to be a practicing witch and they’ll chime in about our movie.
All this while Tangella has a duel with voodoo, 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!
If you were ever a child and you had access to a television, you’d likely recall watching Japanese King Kong movies on Saturday afternoon matinee monster movie shows. And one of the best in that category of films was “King Kong Escapes.” Our guest this weekend will be the wonderful star of that movie, Ms. Linda Miller. She’ll tell us about how she was chosen for that role, what it was like portraying Susan Watson and about that time she was on My Three Sons.
Movie-wise, we’ll be screening “The Crawling Eye” from 1958. This is pretty good film we last showed a few years ago. Originally titled “The Trollenberg Terror”, this one stars Forrest Tucker, Laurence Payne and Jennifer Jayne. It a good movie that shows that there are things on the Swiss Alps far more terrifying than yodelers.
All this while Tangella hacks into a mainframe, 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!
…rude beach-goers, sunburn, over-priced hot dogs, 3 hours of traffic and missing a great episode of Creature Features, you’re probably not doing too great. While we can’t fix the hot dogs and the sunburn, we can sure fix the Creature Features part. Go catch it tonight right here on Vimeo.