Episode 61 Letters
…and set your GPS to guide you to the Roxy Theater in Santa Rosa, California; you just might arrive in time to catch Vincent, Tangella and Livingston making an appearance at the Silver Scream Film Festival. But if your GPS is on the blink, which is the only acceptable reason for you not to attend, then the only way you’ll be able obtain a fresh dose of the antics of Poulter Mansion and its unusual residents would be to click the link below. But please get that GPS in for repair. You’ll need it for our next appearance at Silicon Valley Comic-Con.
Bonus segment from last week’s show featuring the nostalgic old short film, “Bambi vs. Godzilla.”
…you’ll come see Vince, Livingston & Tangella at the Eastbay Comicon in Concord. But if you can’t make it, at least you can catch last night’s episode of the show, which will be almost as good. And at least with latter, you won’t have to worry about Tangella and her wayward scissors nor that grotesque skull she carries about.
… as we watch “Werewolf In A Girl’s Dormitory” with Famous Monsters Magazine publisher, Phil Kim. 10PM on Northbay TV and at 11PM on KOFY TV20. Don’t miss it!
She simply scampers off to the cemetery and digs up a new one.
For many people, today’s premiere sporting event will be a time to gather with family and friends to stuff their gobs with Doritos and scream at the television. For the rest of us, particularly horror fans, it will be a day to allow the television to do specifically what it was meant for: to scream back at at the viewer. And if you’re at all like us, you’d much rather hear the illustrious John Stanley chat about his work on our selected film, “Nightmare in Blood” than listen to Tom Brady on the sidelines drone on about his end zone. Think of this wonderful episode of Creature Features as a half-time show. Only one where the performers conclude their act by being cut in half.