…and some of you might be contemplating watching a holiday Hallmark movie to get into the spirit. Don’t. As our friend Joel W. points out, “The plot of every Hallmark movie is about a career woman who is too busy for love but she has to move to a small town where a handsome local bachelor teachers her about the true spirit of the holiday. It starts snowing and they kiss. There is also a dog.” Instead, catch a fresh new serving of our latest episode. Think of it as Christmas – with an edge.
Join us as we watch “Silent Night, Bloody Night” with Steve and Anna Benincasa-Morales from the Sea Dogs performance troupe. They will be entertaining at the San Francisco Dicken’s Christmas Fair and will be telling us all about that event. Saturday night at 10PM PST on KOFY TV20, Northbay TV, the YouTube link below and a number of other fantastic stations across the U.S. Don’t miss it!
…here it is for your Sunday viewing pleasure. It has vampires. Or a vampire. The perfect alternative to watching the Farm Report on your local cable access channel.
Joining us will be former Creature Features host and our old friend John Stanley. He’ll be telling us all about what he’s been up to lately while we watch his self-produced film “Nightmare In Blood.” Saturday night at 10PM PST on KOFY TV20, Northbay TV and at the YouTube link below. Don’t miss it!
Episode 101 mail.
That is, unless, it contains werewolves. Here’s last night’s episode of Creature Features. It has politics. And werewolves. And Tangella beating the utter you-know-what out of the latter. Good thing she doesn’t reside in Washington…
We’ll be joined by comic book artist Tom Yeates, an amazing illustrator who has worked on Prince Valiant, Swamp Thing and many other famous comics. We’ll be watching 1973’s “The Werewolf of Washington”, a fun film starring Dean Stockwell and Jacqueline Brookes. All this plus Tangella wreaking havoc this Saturday night at 10PM PST on KOFY TV20, Northbay TV, several other stations and at the YouTube link below. Don’t miss it!
Episode 101 Mail.