Boooo! And welcome back to everyone’s favorite place to kill – in more ways than one – a dark and dreary evening of Halloween tricks and treats.
In celebration of our favorite horror holiday, we are happy to dig up two early 70’s corpses … err classics for your terror filled gore-ification.
First up, after a few Al Adamson coming attractions and a ghostly cartoon, we present “Messiah of Evil”, a surprisingly good horror yarn about a town full of vampires (or are they smart zombies) looking for something to sink their teeth into. Then, after a brief plug for our snack bar, we end the evening with “Crypt of the Living Dead”, a Spanish tale about a toothy queen of the undead shown in glorious black and white.
So there you have it, two fang-tastic hippy dippy offerings to fill your bag of treats and curb your enthusiasm for nasty tricks!
Please click on the marqee above to get on with this week's show or feel free to visit the Snack Bar for some good eats and fun stuff including a peek at some of our past "Shocker Internet Drive-In" features.
And before you leave, take your time going through the Exit to check out what is coming up and read some comments from other visitors.
We also now have a little Facebook page ~ click here to view.
Oh, by the way, it does take a great deal of time to bring you these drive in blasts from the past. If you enjoyed the show and want to donate to our cause, feel free to click the PayPal "Donate" button or visit our Go Fund Me site. Any amount would be greatly appreciated and help us bring you more movies in the future.
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