Yes, the big news is that Season starts up this Saturday, but before all this goes down, we have a special treat for the very patient Chiller fans in Metro Detroit: This month’s Attack of The Killer B’s show at the Main Art Theater in Royal Oak will be a Season 3 Premiere of "The Brain That Wouldn’t Die" – which will air in a couple weeks.
Thursday, September 2nd at 7pm at the Main Art Theater in Royal Oak. $9 Adults, $7 Students, $5 Kids | 118 Main Street, Royal Oak | (248) 263-2111.
Yes, the wait is finally over! Season 3 of Chiller Drive-In begins this week on RTV! And we’re expanding to 2 HOURS! That means more Wolfman Mac, Boney Bob and the rest of the weirdos, more movie and whatever else we can cram in.
Saturday night at 10pm Eastern & Pacific - 9pm Central & Mountain on RTV – Kick off the new season with a vampire movie that, well... Seems to be missing a vampire; "Atom Age Vampire."
When a hot blond is horribly disfigured in an accident, a wacky scientist develops a treatment that restores her beauty and falls in love with her. To preserve her appearance the doctor must give her additional treatments using glands taken from murdered women. His odd ability to turn into a monster helps with this problem but does nothing to win her love. It only goes further downhill from there.
Saturday night at Midnight on Ft. Myers' My TV 8 – Curl up with someone you love and enjoy "The Screaming Skull."
Happy newlyweds Eric and Jenni 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?
Saturday evening at 8pm on EISE-TV, My TV Ft. Wayne – It’s about the closest we’re ever going to get to showing a chick-flick, "Tormented."
It’s the 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.