You won’t want to miss this one. We’ll have the wonderful Michael Berryman in our guest chair. Besides his iconic role in The Hills Have Eyes, Michael has been in many, many films you’ve likely seen more than once. He’ll tell us all about working with some of Hollywood’s biggest stars and what he has coming up next. And between large doses of his wisdom, wit and charm; we’ll be watching 1972’s Horror Express with Peter Cushing & Christopher Lee. A fun film that moves at the speed of a locomotive. Saturday night at 10PM PST on KOFY TV20, Northbay TV, the YouTube link below, Roku, FireTV and an entire railway of wonderful stations across the USA. Don’t miss it!
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…here it is for your after-Saturday viewing pleasure via Vimeo. It has Captain Marvel. It has ping-pong ball-eyed aliens. But more importantly, it has Tangella attempting to inter our handyman into a coffin. Watch it now while it’s still fresh. You’ll be glad you did.
What better way is there to celebrate June 1st than to stay home and catch the epic saga “Killers From Space” with your friends at The Poulter Mansion? This film is so funny and so not-spooky that you can let babies stay up and watch it. They’ll just laugh and laugh. And joining us for this interstellar silliness will be the wonderful John Davey. You’ll remember John from when he played Captain Marvel on the Shazam show during the 70’s. He’ll tell us all about that role, the many other parts he played over the years and about his time in the ring with boxer Joe Frasier. Saturday night at 10PM PST on KOFY TV20, Northbay TV, the YouTube link below, our Roku and FireTV channels as well as on a sheer cornucopia of other wonderful stations throughout the USA. Don’t miss it!
…since Tangella humiliated Livingston on the dance floor. Here it is again, in case you missed it the first time.
…the chatty relatives and the maddening traffic it took to get you to this paradise; you’ve realized that you also missed last night’s episode of Creature Features. And while we can’t help you un-burn the chicken, nor can we stop Tommy from beaning Spencer in the head with water balloons; we can offer some small consolation by reminding you that you can take a minute (or 120 of them) to sneak away from camp, find a strong signal for your phone and enjoy last night’s episode of our show today. The chicken will still be there when you get back. But don’t eat the potatoes salad. The ants have beat you to it.