There will be magic in the air as we are joined by acclaimed magician Ken Garr. He’ll show us some cool tricks, tell us about his days under the big top with Cirque de Boheme and chat with us about our featured film, “Tormented.” Starring Richard Carlson, Susan Gordon and Juli Reding, this 1960 classic will scare you unlike any other movie has before. Actually, that’s a lie. You’ll more likely laugh out loud at the Luddite-like special effects. But it’s still a fun movie, Ken is a great guest and you know Tangella will likely do something that will inspire us all to let out a cringe. 10PM PST on KOFY TV20, Northbay TV, a band of phenomenal stations across the US, our Roku and FireTV channels and, of course, at the YouTube link below. Don’t miss it!
…that allows you to watch the show from anywhere on that device. Today we’re proud to announce the new Creature Feature app for Amazon’s FireTV. Just like on Roku, the app is free and allows you to add a dedicated Creature Features channel to your device. Get it today at the link below! And if you like it, don’t forget to give us a generous review so others will download it as well. Enjoy!
We’ll be watching Raymond Burr in “Bride of the Gorilla.” No he’s not the bride. And neither is costar Lon Chaney Jr. The titular role goes to Barbara Payton, who has done far better films than this one. Not a great film, not a bad one either. Simply “meh.” But what is not mediocre about our upcoming show is our fabulous guest. We’ll be joined by San Jose Mercury News music and film critic Jim Harrington. He’ll provide us with insights about the sadder portions of the film film and fill them in with fun and mirth. Saturday at 10PM PST on KOFY TV20, Northbay TV, a myriad of wonderful TV stations across the country, the YouTube link below and on our awesome new Roku channel. Don’t miss it!
“The American incarnation of Mother’s Day was created by Anna Jarvis in 1908 and became an official U.S. holiday in 1914. Jarvis would later denounce the holiday’s commercialization and spent the latter part of her life trying to remove it from the calendar.”
We understand Ms. Jarvis’ quandary. We have a few episodes of Creature Features that might be better off being expunged from the calendar as well. The episode below may quite well be one of them. But only because the movie is rather heinous and there’s a bit too much musical performance for Vincent’s liking. But that aside, it is a fun episode with a great guest and may be the perfect film to enjoy with mum after brunch. Or maybe not. Let us know.
Hello, Creature Feature friends! We’re proud to announce that our dedicated Creature Features Roku channel is now up and running! If you’re an owner of one of these wonderful devices, you can search for us in the Channel Store using the search term “Creature Features SF.” You can also add us by using the link in the first comment below and logging into your account. Please be sure to add the channel to your lineup and we’d most appreciate your generous review. You’ll find the quality of the episodes to be quite superb. It may actually be the clearest way to watch the show yet. We’re using a rather new system to update the channel, and we’ve already found a few minor bugs, but overall, it works quite well. It may be a while before we’ll have new episodes completely in sync with our broadcast and YouTube channels, but we’re working on improving that. Enjoy and let us know what you think!
And coming soon: The Creature Features channel on Amazon FireTV!