You might recall a short time back when we had our former housemate, the lovely Tabitha Thomas on the show. Well before Tabitha moved in with us, her cousin Tiffany occupied the same quarters in the mansion. She decided to move away because, as she put it, “…the ghosts keep stealing my good shampoo.” We assumed it was Tangella, but she insists it wasn’t her. Fair enough since we can gather that ghosts haunt better when their hair is silky and manageable.
In any case, Tiffany will grace the guest chair this week as we watch Messiah of Evil from 1973. This is a fairly good movie that we showed quite some time ago. There’s a few lovely gory scenes, some confusing plot twists and an interesting scene in a supermarket. The latter will shock you most when you see some of the pricing of the food on the shelves. Eating on a budget was easier back then. So was making movies.
All this while Tangella demonstrates the proper form when using a wrist-rocket, this Saturday night at 9PM Pacific Time at the YouTube link above, 10PM on KOFY TV20, on demand at our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels and at various times on a mind-numbing selection of cult-like television stations nationwide. Don’t miss it!
Last week’s mail.
… we can only assume that our beloved American viewers were all enjoying the holiday weekend and working on their sunburns. Hopefully a Monday night revolution will occur and these fine Yankees will declare their independence by watching the show tonight. After all, it has Candace Hilligoss and a fun horror movie she did in 1964. You don’t want to miss it.
It’s not often we have the chance to make an episode like this: We show a movie and the star of that film is our guest. But we’ll be doing exactly that this Saturday night on Creature Features.
For joining us will be the lovely and talented Candace Hilligoss. You remember her as the poor young lady running-in-heels away from vengeful ghouls in between organ concerts from the cult-classic, “Carnival of Souls.” Well, she’ll be joining us again to watch the only other horror film she has ever graced, namely “The Curse of the Living Corpse” from 1964.
This not-so-shabby film is actually pretty good. It has a severed head. And Roy Scheider. And if you know anything about horror films, you know quite well that any film that has both Roy and dismembered body parts is going to be a big hit. Candace will tell us all about the making of this film as well as the true story about how Roy Scheider and his wife threw all of her silverware out her window whilst contending with their pet orangutan.
All this while Tangella demonstrates the proper form when using a wrist-rocket, this Saturday night at 9PM Pacific Time on KOFY TV20, the YouTube link above, our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels and on an undead selection of zombie-loving television stations nationwide. Don’t miss it!
Last week’s mail.
We just received word that the sports event which will precede Creature Features this Saturday night on KOFY TV20 will likely run into our broadcast. We’ll probably lose the first 30 minutes of the show. We suggest you catch the first half hour from our simultaneous YouTube broadcast at the link from our earlier post. This won’t be an issue anymore after we move back to 10PM. Sorry for the inconvenience.
What do Ed Begley Jr. from “Best in Show” and Patrick McNee from “The Avengers” have in common? Besides both being really swell guys they also starred together in our next feature: “Dead of Night” from 1977.
This is a wonderful TV-movie created by Dan Curtis who was the brainchild of the fabulous “Trilogy of Terror” movie. You remember that one – with the doll that comes to life and chases some poor woman around her flat as it slashes at her ankles with a steak knife. Written by the world-famous Richard Matheson, this is a fun film comprised of three stories with the penultimate tale being “Bobby” about some poor dead kid burdened with having to contend with the afterlife following his mother’s dabbling in black magic.
Joining us to watch this fantastic movie will be Joe The Bomb-Builder. We’re not entirely sure what exactly is the background on this guy. But Tangella personally invited him so it should be somewhat rather interesting.
All this while Tangella discovers the joy of skateboarding, this Saturday night at 9PM Pacific Time on KOFY TV20, the YouTube link below, our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels and on a demonic selection of explosive television stations nationwide. Don’t miss it!