…you likely spent the weekend wasting away in triple-digit temperatures whilst the power company decided they couldn’t handle the demand and began rotating blackouts. Or if you live in a more civilized part of the world, i.e. anywhere but California, you likely were able to catch Saturday’s show. If you’re in the first group, here’s a link for you. It’s not as glorious as seeing it at the same time everyone else did, but at least you hopefully have power again and if not, you can always watch it on your phone.
Another guest had to bow out yet again due to unforeseen circumstances, but your friends at the Poulter Mansion will make the best of it. They’ll be screening two short films in lieu of one long one. “The Fungus Among Us” and “The Vesuvius Experiment.” Two brilliantly low-budget films created by our old friend Joshua Kennedy. And while they may not be Emmy-winning material, they’ll be new to you, new to us and will not be starred by long-deceased actors. All this while Tangella weaponizes an innocent robot, this Saturday night at 9PM Pacific Time on KOFY TV20, the YouTube link above, our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels and on a magnificent selection of spectacular television stations nationwide. Don’t miss it!
Last week’s mail.
It’s time for our favorite caveman again: Eegah. It’s been years since we’ve shown this 1962 classic, which we’ve cleaned up to be prettier than ever before. The copy of the film, that is…not the caveman himself. Joining us to watch our movie will be Rod and Daniel from DoorTek, our newest sponsors. This fun pair are old fans of Bob’s original show and they’ll help make the night’s film quite a bit more bearable and hilarious. All this while Tangella practices dental care on a nice set of fangs, this Saturday night at 9PM Pacific Time on KOFY TV20, the YouTube link above, our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels and on a club-wielding selection of prehistoric television stations nationwide. Don’t miss it!
Last week’s mail.
Vince spends most of the afternoon trying to master the pipe organ. Much of that time is squandered cursing at said pipe organ because the stops don’t operate the way he thinks they should. Livingston spends much of the day going into the city to purchase supplies for the household. Tangella tends to fritter away her day down at the cliffs of Bodega Head, throwing rocks at tourists and puncturing tires in and around the various beach parking lots. You probably spend your Saturday’s doing similar things as well. And sometimes these afternoon activities stretch out longer than you realize and you wind up getting home too late to catch Creature Features. Nothing to worry about. Because we save each and every episode online, so you don’t have to catch it the moment it is broadcast for the first time. And we don’t just save it on YouTube, we save it on Vimeo as well so you can see it in the best form possible. And for those of you who missed the show because you were at Bodega Bay earlier that day and spent the evening in the ER because a rock was mysteriously lodged in your head, please accept our sincerest apology.
We actually have a new (to us) movie for you this weekend – 1941’s Topper Returns. A ghostly comedy that is actually quite good and has some brilliant acting. And most importantly, Tangella chose this film for us tonight so you really have no choice but to like it. And joining us to watch this fun film will be Ronald Fields, grandson of W.C. Fields. Ronald is an Emmy Award-winning documentarian and will have some great tales to tell of his late grandfather and of the golden age of cinema. All this and Tangella accessorizes one of her skulls, this Saturday night at 9PM Pacific Time on KOFY TV20, the YouTube link above, our Roku, AppleTV and FireTV channels and on a refined selection of upstanding television stations nationwide. Don’t miss it!
Coming this weekend on Creature Features: Ronald Fields, grandson of WC Fields.
Last week’s mail.