Doing things like attending concerts, premiere parties in Beverly Hills or jetting out to Aspen to get in some skiing. (Actually, he doesn’t do anything like that. He’s spends most weekends playing chess with Livingston and helping Tangella track down one of her wayward goats.) And even if you didn’t, you might have been too busy to catch last Saturday’s show. If that’s the case, here’s another copy served fresh from Vimeo, that friendly harbor of high-quality video. It’s just as delicious as it was on Saturday and you can watch it without the agony of having wine spilled by a falling pop star onto your brand new shoes.
It’s going to be a rather ghostly night at the Poulter Mansion. Joining us will be paranormal investigator Devin Sisk. He’ll tell us what it is like being a real-life ghostbuster, where to find the best ghosts across the country and even regale us with a chilling tale about that one time when he died. And between these bouts of supernatural discovery, we’ll be taking in 1958’s “I Bury The Living.” A sordid tale about a man who unwittingly kills people by sticking pins into a cork board. All this and so much more this Saturday night at 10PM PST on KOFY TV20, the YouTube link above, our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels and on a haunted selection of spectral television stations nationwide. Don’t miss it!
…or if maybe you forgot how to find YouTube, here’s last week’s show served freshly reheated from our friends at Vimeo.
Mr. Livingston has developed a scientific formula for viewer reactions to the independent films we sometimes present – Two-thirds of our viewers love them. One third will despise them. So this weekend, we plan to make two-thirds of our audience really happy since we’ll be showing 2006’s “The Beckoning.” An eerie film with a couple of really funny parts that is one-part ghosts, one-part reincarnation and many-parts familiar scenery if you live in or near Marin County, California. And joining us for this worldwide television premiere will be the creator of tonight’s movie, filmmaker Don Scioli. He’ll tell us what it took to make this film and explain, in great detail, exactly why 200 trained rats simply were not even nearly enough. All this and the end result of Livingston losing a bet to Tangella this Saturday night at 10PM PST on KOFY TV20, the YouTube link above, our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels and on a dubious selection of stellar television stations nationwide. Don’t miss it!
Last week’s mail.
Vincent has never been a big fan of country music, but that just might change this weekend. For joining him will be country-horror singer Billy Ray Casket. Allegedly a big hit at horror conventions, Billy Ray will croon a few songs for us all and tell us all about how he has been busier than a vampire at a neck-biting contest. Likely while the cast and crew and our beleaguered viewers look on in bewilderment. And in between this shindig of terror, we’ll be watching 1976’s “Rattlers.” While most of you will find it somewhat rather tame, those with Ophidiophobia will likely have nightmares for many days after. All that and a pit of snakes more this Saturday night at 10PM PST on KOFY TV20, the YouTube link above, our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels and on a venomous selection of deadly television stations nationwide. Y’all don’t miss it!
Last week’s mail.
…that you happened to miss our weekend broadcast, which included one of the most famous robots ever known, here is that episode presented in the brilliant color that only Vimeo can deliver. Enjoy!
If you own an AppleTV set-top box, there’s a Creature Features app just for you! If you want to see the show in the highest resolution possible, this is the way to go. Click the link below for more info. Search for it by name on your AppleTV. We also have apps for Roku and FireTV.