Public Access TV show "Weirdness Really Bad Movie" hosts public domain movies and ads clean comedy sketches enjoyable for the whole family. Today's film is 1934 film "The Ghost Walks"

Twelve renegades dressed as Indians kill the parents of two brothers. The brothers (William Desmond and Art Mix) who have similar birth marks then separate. Ten years later a man known as the Rawhide Terror is murdering the renegades who are now town citizens. Everyone is after the Rawhide Terror and the two brothers are destined to meet again.

Snuggle up close, turn the heat up, visit the snack bar for some hot coco (and shrimp roll), and enjoy our special Christmas Special Presentation. After a classic 1940's "Rudolf The Red Nosed Reindeer" cartoon as well as a "Visit With Santa", we proudly offer that holiday piece of cinema poo-poo, "Santa Claus Conquers The Martians". What else can we say - Happy Holidays & Merry Christmas to all!

Hello and a horrible hearty welcome to your favorite internet drive in. Better late than never, we are pleased to bring Summer in with some wonderfully spooky "Spaghetti" horrors. After the usually tacky and wacky coming attractions and music featurette, we proudly present everyone's favorite 60s scream queen, Barbara Steele, in "The She Beast" (look close and some of Miss Steele's more prominent assess will be revealed). Following a brief intermission, we bring you Mario Bava's spook-house drama, "Kill Baby Kill".

Public Access TV show "Weirdness Really Bad Movie" hosts public domain movies and ads clean comedy sketches enjoyable for the whole family. Today's film is the 1935 Bela Lugosi film "The Phantom Ship"

With a roar and a blast of fire breath, we are pleased to welcome you to the Shocker Internet Drive In and our special Motherâs Day film fest. Not only do all Moms get in free this week, but we feel there is no better way than to celebrate everyoneâs favorite person than with a bunch of giant monsters stomping on Korea and Japan. After a few "giant" coming attractions and a Bugs Bunny cartoon, we bring you Koreaâs answer to Godzilla "Yongary, Monster From The Deep".

Horror Express starring Christopher Lee. This is a much, much higher quality version of the film which already exists on the internet archive, which is poor quality at best. Enjoy :)

This adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe's classic tale was directed by James Sibley Watson & Melville Webber. It is a silent movie, with a run time of just thirteen minutes, and offers an interesting interpretation of the story. You can find out more about The Fall of the House of Usher at A Passion For Horror.

Directed by Francis Ford Coppola and produced by Roger Corman, Dementia 13 is the story of a greedy young woman who marries into money, but stands to loose it all when her husband dies. Not wanting to miss out, she covers up his death and sets about trying to soft-soap her mother-in-law into writing a new will. You can find out more about Dementia 13 at A Passion For Horror.

What better way to enjoy a cold crisp January evening then to pack up the loved one and speed off to the drive in for a "bloody" good time. We here at the old Shocker Internet Drive In are more than happy to oblige with a wonderful double feature of boobs, blood, and bad film making. First up, we are ashamed to present that mid-sixities classic example of back yard film making, "Manos - The Hands of Fate", followed by that equally inept piece of celluloid silliness, "Bloody Pit of Horror", featuring the father of that chick on "Law & Order: SVU".


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