…you missed a great episode of Creature Features. Catch it tonight at the link above.
…OAK MOUND CEMETERY IN HEALDSBURG, CALIFORNIA.
The wonderful actress Beverly Washburn joins us to watch her incredibly fun film, “Spider Baby.” Definitely don’t miss this one!
Wikipedia describes David Skal as an American cultural historian, critic, writer, and on-camera commentator known for his research and analysis of horror films and horror literature. Vincent simply describes him as, “…a very pleasant bloke who knows a good deal more about horror movies than I.” David will join us to chat about the history of horror and how our favorite genre really got its start. He’ll tell us about the many projects he’s been involved with, what it’s like to create the commentary tracks for the video disks for some of the most famous horror films ever made and he’ll tell us the significance of our movie presentation, which happens to be:
“The Ghoul” from 1933, starring Boris Karloff. This film, which was Britain’s answer to the USA’s “The Mummy” revolves around an Egyptologist who thinks that an ancient jewel, which he has managed to possess, will give him the power of rejuvenation before he dies. A classic film served in the style we’ve all come to know and love.
All this while Tangella turns up the heat, 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!
Last week’s mail.
If you’ve ever owned, operated or merely walked past one of those devices called a “television”, there is no doubt you’ve seen the young version of our upcoming guest. Joining us this weekend will be the wonderful Jerry Mathers. He portrayed Theodore Cleaver on the long running classic show, “Leave It To Beaver.” Jerry will tell us everything there is to know about that famous program, illuminate us as to what he’s been up to in the years since and let us know where he’ll be appearing next so that you can go meet him in person.
He’ll also give us his input about the evening’s movie which is “The Doomsday Machine” from 1972. But don’t let the release date fool you. This film looks like it was made in the 60’s. Or at least the production designers maybe failed to consult a calendar. Either way, it’s a slightly amusing story and a bit easier to understand than 2001.
All this while Tangella treats Handrew like a dog, 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!
Last week’s mail.