Maybe you got roped into an exclusive late-night cheese tasting at that over-priced bistro which just recently opened. Or perhaps you had to run to the vet to address the torn fin on your pet piranha. Or maybe you had the in-laws over and your sports-loving brother-in-law “Dave” insisted that you all watch the Canadian Curling trials on ESPN. Again, we understand. That’s why we always serve last night’s episode for Sunday morning breakfast. While it doesn’t have a short stack or maple syrup, it does have a generous serving of Director Scott Baker and more than a dollop of The Crawling Eye. Creature Features: it’s the breakfast of champions.
We’ll be joined by director Scott Baker, who will chat with us about his new film “5th Passenger” debuting next week. We’ll also be watching 1958’s “The Crawling Eye”, a pure classic in the Bug-Eyed Monster category. Don’t miss it! 10PM on KOFY TV, Northbay TV and a few other awesome stations. Can’t get those stations? No problem. Go to our YouTube channel Saturday night and the show will magically appear at 10PM PST.
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…be sure to check out last night’s episode of Creature Features at the link below. If you don’t like rattlesnakes, do not check out last night’s episode of Creature Features at the link below.
We’ll actually be featuring creatures! Animal trainer and expert Alison Klahr joins us to watch 1976’s “Rattlers.” And while she isn’t bringing any actual rattlesnakes, she will have an entire menagerie of wonderful beasts to share with us. And if you know Tangella as well as we do, you’ll know she won’t be content simply stepping in for the intro and letters segment on this episode. So join us this Saturday at 10PM on Northbay TV and KOFY TV20. Can’t get those stations? No worries, the new episode will show up on our YouTube channel at 10PM as well. Don’t miss it!
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