Scare You to Death? Not Likely. Bore You to Death? It’s Possible.

by on Sep.11, 2012, under Horror Show Hosts

Reposted from Wolfman Mac’s Chiller Drive-In | Go to Original Post

It's pronounced HEEE-LA!Saturday at 10 pm EST on RTV: Update your insurance policy and tune in for “The Screaming Skull.”
Happy newlyweds Eric and Jenni Whitlock retire to his desolate mansion, where Eric’s first wife Marianne died in a “mysterious accident” (yeah, right). Jenni, who has a history of mental illness, begins to see strange things. Is she going bonkers again, or is there something more sinister going on?
This film could possibly scare you to death! If it does, the filmmakers will pay for your funeral. And Boney Bob schemes to cash in on this promise! 
Monday at 8 pm EST on The Monster Channel: This week it’s the 1963 Psycho-wanna-be, “Dementia 13.”
It’s a film that is loaded with senseless killing and a plot that makes even less sense. It’s hard to believe that Francis Ford Coppola directed this movie, but easy to believe Roger Corman produced it.
Peek a boo!Meanwhile Wolfman Mac, Scarlett, Professor M Balmer and Boney Bob have a confusing adventure of their own.
Season 3 of Chiller Drive-In is coming to The Monster Channel in August!

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Posted 7/30/12

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