Girl Trouble on Chiller Drive-In

by on Aug.18, 2011, under Horror Show Hosts

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Don't spoil it by talking.Alien hotties, ghost babes and demon chicks use their feminine wiles to get what they want this week on Wolfman Mac’s Chiller Drive-In.

Saturday at 10 pm EST on RTV: Hey! You wanna get small? Then you need to visit the “Phantom Planet.”

This sci-fi stinker is your typical man-meets-aliens fare, with desperate attempts at realism, cheeseball special effects (come to think of it, the asteroids kinda look like cheeseballs) and sub plots galore.

Starring Dean Fredericks, who appeared in dozens of films and TV shows in the 50s and 60s. But stealing the show with her raven hair and scorching hot bod is Dolores Faith as Zetha. There’s also the added bonus that she’s mute through most of the film. You’ll also see Richard Kiel (best known as Jaws in several Bond films) paying his dues as the Solarite alien.

Saturday at 11 pm on SE Michigan U-Verse on Channel 99 (Addison feed): Call up your best ghoul-friend and cuddle up for “Tormented.”

This chick is so hot...Tormented is a touching love story about a man who “accidentally” kills his ex-girlfriend by throwing her off a lighthouse (points for originality), and is then haunted by her ghost. Richard Carlson plays a Jazz pianist that can’t seem to stop killing people to keep his crimes quiet. The scorching hot Juli Reding stars as Vi, the ghost with the 40-23-35 curves. Also watch for Joe Turkel as the blackmailing beatnik. You might know him better as Lloyd the Bartender in “The Shining.”

Dig up a date, light a few candles and get a bottle of your favorite bubbly. It’s about the closest we’re ever going to get to showing a chick-flick.

Monday at 8pm EST on The Monster Channel: Get down with Camba in “The Devil’s Hand.”

A man is haunted by visions of a hot blond, so he dumps his frumpy brunette girlfriend and joins a Satanic cult… Yeah, who hasn’t had this happen to them? Starring Neil Hamilton who is probably best remembered for playing Commissioner Gordon on the 1960’s Batman TV show. Click here to tune in the Monster Channel any time!

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