This weekend on Creature Features:

We simply don’t show enough werewolf movies. True fact. It’s not that we’re unwilling. It is simply because our distributor doesn’t come across very many. So when a “new” one popped up on the list, we jumped on it.

“Moon of The Wolf” from 1972 is no “Wolfman” from 1941. But it does star the legendary David Jansseen, the lovely Barbara Rush and the hilarious Geoffrey Lewis. We won’t say that it’s a great film but it’s not a bad one either. We think you’ll like it. But if you don’t, you’ll surely like our guest:

Joining us again will be magician Ken Garr. He’ll amaze us with his illusions, tell us tales about his stint at Cirque de Boheme and give us his sage commentary about the above-referenced film.

All while Tangella gives Handrew yet another coronary, next Saturday night at 9PM Pacific at the link above and on-demand at our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels. Don’t miss it!

This weekend on Creature Features: 

Our show isn’t at all normal. Some might say it’s abnormal and we couldn’t ague with that. But next Saturday, we’d like to think most people will find it paranormal. And for good reasons: joining us this weekend will be ghost hunters Dana Hamilton and Gail Reilly. They know a thing or two about ghosts and they’ll even bring along the video footage to prove it. They’ll tell us about their adventures, misadventures and give us the skinny about one of the most haunted houses in the San Francisco Bay Area.

But any paranormal discussion wouldn’t be complete without a dive into the topic of UFOs. And our movie does that quite well. We’ll screen “The UFO Incident” from 1975. Starring James Earl Jones and Estelle Parsons, this film covers the story of the real-life Betty and Barney Hill. One of the first pair of alien abductees to come forward and tell their unusual story. Whether you believe them or not, it’s a compelling ride and quite interesting to see a fresh actor named James Earl Jones before he mastered his Darth Vader voice.

All the above while Tangella becomes a coffee achiever, next Saturday night at 9PM Pacific at the link above and on-demand at our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels. Don’t miss it!

This weekend on Creature Features: 

Abbott and Costello seldom cross our show’s lineup. In fact, they’ve never crossed it before. But this week, in celebration of America’s Independence Day, we’ll take in “The Time of Their Lives” from 1946. This is a fun movie about two 18th century ghosts  in tricorn hats stuck near a well on a New England estate. Even if you’re not an Abbott and Costello fan, we think you’ll enjoy this slight departure from their usual schtick.

No official guest this week. But Tracy the Plumber will pop in for a segment or two and you’ll get a chance to meet one of our chamber maids, Agatha, as well. Next week we’ll have some ghost hunters and a UFO movie to make up for it.

All the above whilst Tangella sends Handrew to the dogs, next Saturday night at 9PM Pacific at the link above and on-demand at our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels. Don’t miss it!

This weekend on Creature Features: 

This weekend’s movie was remade in 2004 with Nicole Kidman and Matthew Broderick. But we won’t be able to afford to show that version until summer of 2051. In the meantime, we’ve managed to obtain the more-affordable variant that came out way before that: “The Stepford Wives” from 1975. This is quite a lovely film that is adorned with many charming actors, some nostalgic imagery and a somewhat creepy tale. If you’ve seen it, you’ll probably want to see it again. If you haven’t yet, you won’t want to miss it.

Guest-wise, our visiting thespian had to bow out for a better-paying gig. These things happen. He says he’ll come back up in the fall. So this weekend, you’ll just have to do with the typical characters that roam the hallowed halls of The Poulter Mansion.

All the above whilst Tangella helps with the dusting, next Saturday night at 9PM Pacific at the link above and on-demand at our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels. Don’t miss it!

This weekend on Creature Features: 

It seems we get more requests for this film than we do for Godzilla films. That is, after all the Godzilla fans gave up asking us once it became apparent that the good people who make the Godzilla movies won’t speak with us and our measly budget. And while “Blacula” is no Japanese giant-lizard monster, he is a rather-hip dude that certainly knows how to slay the ladies. And the gentlemen as well. But we’re skipping the first entry into this short-lived franchise and going for the best: “Scream, Blacula, Scream” from 1973. Many say this sequel is better than the first. We tend to agree. Starring William Marshall and Pam Grier, we think you’ll enjoy this classic.

Joining us for this jewel of 70’s horror will be our old friend and resident expert of 70’s horror, director Bill Lustig. He’ll give us some interesting nuggets of knowledge about the film, tell us about what it was like helming his “Maniac” series of movies and let us know what he’s been up to as of late.

All the above whilst Tangella clocks Handrew with a plastic skull, next Saturday night at 9PM Pacific at the link above and on-demand at our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels. Don’t miss it!

Horror & Sci-Fi Movies With Wonderful Guests.