CometTV.Com Monster Summer Giveaway!

Who wants to win the MONSTER SUMMER giveaway?

Ready for summer? Why not make it a MONSTER SUMMER!?

What you win: 

The Comet TV Monster Summer Prize Pack has:

1 – Limited Edition Monster Summer Beach Towel: Only available via this promotion, catch Godzilla having a blast with one of two designs. You’ll be the envy of your friends and have some extra protection if a monster comes from the depths to destroy the planet. Score!

1 – COMET TV Monster Summer SPF Pouch: Beat the rays with this Monster Summer SPF pouch. Apply liberally to ward off the sun, The Beast from the Haunted Cave, Rodan or any other variety of lizard-like beast.

1- COMET TV Cooler: Listen, even Godzilla needs a place to keep his brews chill. Let’s be honest, he needs to beat the heat at some point. I can see him carrying this cool-as-fire bag around to crack open a cold one.

1 – COMET TV Monster Summer Beach-Tastic Ball: Are you a ball-er? I hope so, cause you need to grab some buds, jump in the pool and play with this Godzilla Monster Summer Beach Ball. Groovy!

2 – Exclusive COMET TV Film Cards: See what COMET TV has this month, with these collector’s cards. Perfect for the Godzilla fan, the Monster-man, or the COMET TV junkie if your life!

How to win:

Tell us your favorite MONSTER and tag us on Twitter or Facebook with hashtags #horroraddicts #comettv #MonsterSummer

Twitter: @horroraddicts13

Facebook: horroraddicts.net or emzbox

Contest ends  June 15th, 2018
Must be a US resident.


Do you hear that… It sounds like… A… ROAR!

That’s because it’s MONSTER SUMMER! The biggest, baddest and most fire-breathing summer ever!

All Summer Long… COMET TV is bringing the heat with Godzilla, Reptilicus, Mechagodzilla and even a few Astro-Monsters for good measure!

Every Sunday through Labor Day weekend, Monster Summer has it going on!

Typical summer activities generally include outdoor BBQs, trips to the beach, and taking dips in swimming pools, but Godzilla fans may choose to stay indoors this summer thanks to COMET’s “Monster Summer” event!

COMET will be airing a double-header of classic monster movies every Sunday throughout the summer, with the first film each night featuring your favorite giant lizard and the second starring some lesser-known beasts. The Godzilla films featured run the gamut from his 1954 debut Gojira, to the silly Son of Godzilla, to the kaiju overload of Destroy All Monsters. As for the other monsters featured, you can look forward to campy classics like the King Kong/Frankenstein hybrid Konga, the Korean Godzilla equivalent Yongary, Monster from the Deep, and the legendary — thanks to Mystery Science Theater 3000 — Reptilicus.

MONSTER SUMMER
Sundays 8/7C

6/3
Godzilla: King of the Monsters
Phantom from 10,000 Leagues

6/10
Godzilla vs. Monster Zero
Creature of Destruction

6/17
Terror of Mechagodzilla
The Beast from Haunted Cave

6/24
Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla
Yongary, Monster From The Deep

7/1
Destroy All Monsters
Destroy All Planets

7/8
Son of Godzilla
Konga

7/15
Godzilla vs. Megalon
War of the Gargantuas

7/22
Gojira
Attack of the Monsters

7/29
Destroy all Monsters
Monster from a Prehistoric Planet

8/5
Godzilla: King of the Monsters
Monster from the Surf

8/12
Godzilla vs. Monster Zero
It’s Alive!

8/19
Terror of Mechagodzilla
Voyage into Space

8/26
Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla
The Giant Gila Monster

9/2
Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II
The Giant Claw

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CometTV.Com March Viewing Guide

Check out the new Horror/SciFi network! CometTV.com is a digi-network which people can watch via antenna and/or streaming live via the web. It’s the home for the best in classic horror and sci-fi films showing some of the most unique and rare genre content including films rarely seen from the MGM library.

“BEST WORST MOVIES” in March

We’re rolling out the red carpet for some of the best worst movies on planet Earth.

They’re so bad… they’re awesome.
Catch films like …

Creature (1985)
Gargoyles (1972)
Jaws of Satan (1982)
Johnny Mnemonic (1995)
Monster Dog (1984)
Reptilicus (1962)
The Milpitas Monster (1976)
Vicious Lips (1986)

Johnny Mnemonic (1995)
Cyberpunk might be all the rage right now, but Johnny Mnemonic was doing it before it was cool. Keanu Reeves stars as a data courier who traffics top secret information via an implant in his brain. Sounds cool, right? Not when that data ends up acting like a virus that could kill you dead if you don’t get the passwords in time.

Thursday, March 15 at 4/3C
Wednesday, March 28 at 6/5C

FRIDAY NIGHT MOVIES
Friday Primetime Movie 8/7C
Saturday Encore Presentation 8/7C

Monkey Shines (March 16)
Code 46 (March 23)
High Spirits (March 30)

Stargate Universe
Monday-Friday at 2/1C & 10/9C
Unlock the secrets of the ninth chevron with the boldest show in the Stargate franchise’s illustrious history. SGU features stunning visuals, a complex storyline, and all the gate-hopping action you could possibly need. So, what are you waiting for? Board the Destiny and join COMET for the adventure.

Movie Review: The Shape of Water

Guillermo del Toro has created a film masterpiece. And, with a stunning thirteen Academy Award nominations for The Shape of Water, I am not the only one who thinks so.

Set during the height of the Cold War, The Shape of Water follows Elisa Esposito (Sally Hawkins), a mute woman who works as a cleaner at a top-secret government facility. Elisa lives a quiet life of routine and resignation. When abrasive military man, Richard Strickland (Michael Shannon), arrives at the facility with an aquatic monster from South America, Elisa is captivated by the surprising humanity she witnesses in the creature. She develops a kinship with the amphibian man, who is limited in communication much as she is. When Cold War agendas threaten the creature, Elisa risks everything to save him. Set against a backdrop of ego, intrigue, and romance, The Shape of Water is far more than the typical monster movie.

It’s difficult to characterize The Shape of Water as any one genre—whether spy thriller or romantic drama—but, in many ways, that is the film’s strength. The plot is gripping, driving from one scene to the next, always with a new question in the viewer’s mind. There are no groundbreaking twists or sharp reveals. Things move forward as expected, but at every turn the viewer is left wondering what exactly will come next. At no point do we feel as if any character is safe from the events on the screen. Unexpectedly funny moments set scenes of horror in sharp relief. It all builds to a gripping conclusion that is every bit as harrowing as it is satisfying.

The film features a diverse set of characters, not just in demographics, but in personality, motivation, and abilities. They were all equally memorable, but most importantly, they were believable. What set the characters at odds were their different motivations and values. There were no contrived conflicts. At every crossroad, each character made the decision that was appropriate for them.

Elisa Esposito was a powerful force throughout the film. Elisa is no shrinking violet. Despite the disadvantages of being a single woman in the 1960’s and being unable to speak, she doesn’t back down from what she knows is right. I’m always enamored with characters who have limitations of speech, especially in horror movies. The role of a Scream Queen filled by a woman who literally cannot scream is such a self-aware implementation of the genre that it deserves praise all on its own. The ability to convey emotion without words is an incredible skill and Sally Hawkins delivers, conveying with longing looks more emotion than I felt in all of the Notebook.

As the main villain, Richard Strickland is deliciously easy to hate. A cruel and vain man, Strickland has an inflated sense of his own importance and capability. Portrayed as the ideal 1960’s husband—with the good job, suburban house, beautiful wife, and loving children—his deviance lurks deeper. He treats everyone as beneath him. At the same time, Strickland is a remarkably ordinary villain, the sort of man that everyone will recognize. Even without the backdrop of the supernatural, Strickland would be a terrifying presence. Through the film, it becomes increasingly clear that he will do whatever he wants to fulfil his own sense of overinflated importance, regardless of consequences to others. His predatory attitude toward Elisa is particularly unsettling. Watching his spiral into madness and obsession is both terrifying and satisfying.

Despite being central to The Shape of Water, the character of the Amphibian Man is surprisingly flat. What is there to say about someone that is majorly made up of a costume and CGI? He’s visually entrancing and has a few poignant moments, but his main role is to showcase the way other characters interact with him rather than to give much growth or power in his own right. As for whether you find him attractive, that’s a personal matter and between you and your own sexuality.

The Cold War setting of the movie was indispensable to the plot. The motivation to keep knowledge out of enemy hands, if they weren’t able to obtain it themselves, drives the characters to dark depths, making them willing to pay any price for their country, even if that price is their human soul. I can’t imagine any attempt to make this movie in a modern setting. The film needed the backdrop of the era’s black and white morality to properly set the stage for the movie’s central theme.

After all, what makes a monster is not circumstance or affiliation, but underlying motivations and character. Humanity extends to more than just humans. What is it that makes someone worthy of respect? Worthy of life? The Cold War, during which even other human beings were seen as lesser animals due to their political affiliations, creates a perfect environment in which to address the question of “what makes something human?”

While I would not consider The Shape of Water a horror movie in its own right—certainly not a ‘scary movie’—I think that there are elements that every horror addict will enjoy. It’s a love letter to old horror movies, taking tropes from the height of campiness and drawing them out in ways that only modern filmmaking can. It is a visual delight to watch and a gripping story to follow with plenty of nods to classic horror films. Especially in a world where it feels as if anything and everything has been remade, The Shape of Water stands apart as the only one to take an old concept and do it justice.

CometTV.Com The Craft Exclusive Swag Pack Giveaway!

COMET TV GIVEAWAY:
The Craft Exclusive Swag Pack!
Edgar Allan Poe Double Features!

We are the weirdos, mister.
Nancy, The Craft
January is here and with the start of any new year it’s the perfect time to come up with resolutions and things to accomplish in 2018. Or you can just cast a spell… That’s what the teen witches of The Craft did and look what happened to them! Oh… Wait a minute…This month COMET TV has not just The Craft but amazing films like Labyrinth, Bubba Ho-Tep (Um… the awesomeness of Bruce Campbell?I say yes!) and more!There are also Edgar Allan Poe double features all month with tantalizing and terrifying tales from one of the grand masters of horror. As The Raven says, “Nevermore!”

And we want to give you the opportunity to have an awesome January of your own! The COMET TV January Prize Pack is perfect for casting a spell on the new year or just kicking back and watching COMET TV!Jan prizepack horiz

What you win:

The Comet TV January Pack has:

1 – Limited Edition The Craft COMET TV T-shirt:  This The Craft exclusive T-Shirt features all four witchy guardians of the watchtower on the front and a quote from the film on the back! Welcome to the Witching Hour!

1 – The Craft Exclusive COMET TV Clamshell Box: Talk about retro goodness! This The Craft exclusive clamshell box features exclusive throwback artwork and will immediately take you back to the days of waiting in line for new release movies at the video store!

1- The Craft “Witching Hour Cleansing” Kit: Earth, Wind, Water, Fire! This kit will bring a little sage, crystal and spell scroll into your life. Perfect for getting in touch with your inner earth goddess!

2 – Exclusive The Craft COMET TV Tarot Cards : While you may not be able to tell your future with these two cards, they are exclusive to this set and feature The Craft artwork. The best thing to celebrate the cult classic film arriving on COMET TV this month!

How to win:

Post on your favorite social media platform, your favorite part from The Craft with the tags #horroraddicts #comettv #thecraft

And don’t forget to tag us on Twitter and Facebook!

Twitter: @horroraddicts13

Facebook: horroraddicts.net or emzbox

Contest ends  January 31st, 2018


FILMS ON COMET IN JANUARY

The Craft (1996)
Teen movies might want you to believe that high school was all about keggers and beautiful cheerleaders, but we prefer The Craft’s version of events. Featuring a quartet of angsty teens who turn to witchcraft in the face of personal high school horrors, The Craft casts a spell that leaves you wishing you had an occult stor on your local main street.

Sunday, January 21 at 6P/5C
Monday, January 22 at 8P/7C

Labyrinth (1986)
January will mark the second anniversary of the day we lost pop culture legend David Bowie, so this month’s COMET is honoring his memory in the best way we coul think of …. by screening one of the most iconic roles of his career. Back in 1986, Bowie stole the show as the Goblin King in Jim Henson’s Labyrinth, from the music to the costumes, this was Bowie at his best.

Friday, January 19 at 8P/7C
Saturday, January 20 at 8P/7C
Saturday, January 27 at 5:30P/6:30C
Tuesday, January 30 at 6P/7C

Bubba Ho-Tep (2002)
Could there be a better way to shake off the post-holiday blues than with the adventures of Elvis in all his hip shaking and breaking glory? Of course not, which is exactly why you should be tuning in to watch Bubba Ho-Tep on COMET this January.

Friday, January 26 at 8P/7C
Saturday, January 27 at 8P/7C
Sunday, January 28 at 2P/1C

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Edgar Allan Poe DOUBLE FEATURES
Need to warm up on the cold Winter Wednesdays? Look no further than COMET’s brand new 2-hour block of Edgar Allan Poe programming. Each Wednesday evening at 6P/5C, catch the Tomahawk Man’s most beloved creations, including The Raven and Tales of Terror.

Airing Wednesday Nights at 6P/5C throughout January, check schedule at CometTV.com

Masque of the Red Death (1964)
Wednesday, January 24 at 6P/5C

The Tomb of Ligeia (1965)
Wednesday, January 24 at 8P/7C

The Oblong Box (1969)
Wednesday, January 31 at 6P/5C

Murders in the Rue Morgue (1971)
Wednesday, January 31 at 8P/7C

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January Theme Weeks

Airing weekdays at 4P/3C throughout January, check schedule at CometTV.com

Rubber-Suit Monster Movies (1/15 – 1/19)
Dystopian Movies (1/22 – 1/26)

CometTV.Com January Viewing Guide

Check out the new Horror/SciFi network! CometTV.com is a digi-network which people can watch via antenna and/or streaming live via the web. It’s the home for the best in classic horror and sci-fi films showing some of the most unique and rare genre content including films rarely seen from the MGM library.

AIRING ON COMET in January

YOU DON’T NEED A SUBSCRIPTION TO WATCH THESE GREAT
MOVIES…
THEY’RE AIRING FOR FREE ON COMET!

Edgar Allan Poe DOUBLE FEATURES
Need to warm up on the cold Winter Wednesdays? Look no further than
COMET’s brand new 2-hour block of Edgar Allan Poe programming. Each
Wednesday evening at 6P/5C, catch the Tomahawk Man’s most beloved
creations, including The Raven and Tales of Terror.
Airing Wednesday Nights at 6P/5C throughout January, check schedule at
CometTV.com
Premature Burial (1962)
Wednesday, January 10 at 6P/5C
Tales of Terror (1962)
Wednesday, January 10 at 8P/7C
The Raven (1963)
Wednesday, January 17 at 6P/5C
The Haunted Place (1963)
Wednesday, January 17 at 8P/7C
Masque of the Red Death (1964)
Wednesday, January 24 at 6P/5C
The Tomb of Ligeia (1965)
Wednesday, January 24 at 8P/7C
The Oblong Box (1969)
Wednesday, January 31 at 6P/5C
Murders in the Rue Morgue (1971)
Wednesday, January 31 at 8P/7C

The Craft (1996)
Teen movies might want you to believe that high school was all about keggers
and beautiful cheerleaders, but we prefer The Craft’s version of events. Featuring
a quartet of angsty teens who turn to witchcraft in the face of personal high
school horrors, The Craft casts a spell that leaves you wishing you had an occult
stor on your local main street.
Friday, January 12 at 8P/7C
Saturday, January 13 at 8P/7C
Sunday, January 21 at 6P/5C
Monday, January 22 at 8P/7C

FILMS ON COMET IN JANUARY
Labyrinth (1986)
January will mark the second anniversary of the day we lost pop culture legend
David Bowie, so this month’s COMET is honoring his memory in the best way we
coul think of …. by screening one of the most iconic roles of his career. Back in
1986, Bowie stole the show as the Goblin King in Jim Henson’s Labyrinth, from
the music to the costumes, this was Bowie at his best.
Friday, January 19 at 8P/7C
Saturday, January 20 at 8P/7C
Saturday, January 27 at 5:30P/6:30C
Tuesday, January 30 at 6P/7C

Bubba Ho-Tep (2002)
Could there be a better way to shake off the post-holiday blues than with the
adventures of Elvis in all his hip shaking and breaking glory? Of course not,
which is exactly why you should be tuning in to watch Bubba Ho-Tep on COMET
this January.
Friday, January 26 at 8P/7C
Saturday, January 27 at 8P/7C
Sunday, January 28 at 2P/1C

January Theme Weeks
Airing weekdays at 4P/3C throughout January, check schedule at
CometTV.com
Killer Creature Movies (1/1 – 1/5)
Outer Space Movies (1/8 – 1/12)
Rubber-Suit Monster Movies (1/15 – 1/19)
Dystopian Movies (1/22 – 1/26)

January Friday Night Movies
Friday Primetime Movie 8P/7C
Saturday Encore Presentation 8P/7C
The Dark Half (1993)
Friday, January 5 at 8P/7C
The Craft (1996)
Friday, January 12 at 8P/7C
Labyrinth (1986)
Friday, January 19 at 8P/7C
Bubba Ho-Tep (2002)
Friday, January 26 at 8P/7C

SERIES ON COMET IN January 2018

Andromeda
Classic Space Opera is coming to COMET! Based on materials from sci-fi legend
Gene Roddenberry, Andromeda stars all action hero Kevin Sorbo as the Captain
of the Andromeda Ascendant, a highly advanced ship whose crew is charged
with restoring power and stability to the Systems Commonwealth. But, to
succeed the Andromeda crew must battle one of sci-fi’s weirdest looking bad
guys….the sinister Magog!
Weekdays at 2P/1C and 10P/9C

Stargate: Atlantis
If you thought gate-hopping action was fun in the Milky Way, just wait until you
see what it’s like in the Pegasus Galaxy. Stargate: Atlantis sees a team of
international scientists unlocking the secrets of a legendary ancient city,
discovering a whole new stargate network in a whole new galaxy, and bringing
them face to face with the Wraith, a powerful enemy who are best summed up
with the term & Evil Space Vampires!
Weekdays at 3P/2C and 11P/10C

CometTV.Com Tank Girl Giveaway!

WIN the TANK GIRL
Giveaway!

Scroll down to find out how to win!

 Look, it’s been swell, but the swelling’s gone down.
-Tank Girl

It’s December, the time when you think of a rolling fire, having dinners with friends, and… Tank Girl! I mean, come on we’re not getting sentimental now are we? This month COMET TV has some of the cult-iest movies of all time. Earth Girls Are Easy, Tank Girl, Leviathan… and that’s just what I could remember off the top of my head! Think of what I could talk about if I looked it up!

There are also Cult Classic Theater films like Attack of the Puppet People, Dolls and more, plus we have the Martian Holiday Movie Marathon! This holiday season, prepare to head to another world. If you say that in an ominous inner voice, it sounds awesome!

And we want to give you the opportunity to have an awesome December of your own all month long! The COMET TV December Prize Pack is perfect for that kick butt adventure you’re planning, or just kicking back and watching COMET TV!

 

What you win: 

1 – Limited Edition Tank Girl x COMET TV T-shirt: “Look, if you want to torture me, spank me, lick me, do it.” …. Lock and load with this exclusive Tank Girl goggle-eye tee and get ready to break necks next time you’re stocking up on ammo.

1 – Tank Girl 4″x9″ UV Print: SPLOSH, BAM! If you’re a true Tank Girl fan like we are, you couldn’t get enough of the film’s animated sequences. We’re paying homage with two variant UV prints pulled right from the film and custom made for this kit.

1- Stargate Atlantis x COMET TV SnowGlobe: Tis the season to be Stargate! Bring home the bubble city trapped in this limited edition SnowGlobe… where else are you gonna snag this?

1 – COMET TV Collectable Card: You’ll get one of two collectable COMET TV cards featuring Earth Girls Are Easy & Tank Girl.

Giveaway open to the US only

How to win:

Post on your favorite social media platform, your line from Tank Girl with the tags #horroraddicts #comettv #tankgirl

And don’t forget to tag us on Twitter and Facebook!

Twitter: @horroraddicts13

Facebook: horroraddicts.net or emzbox

Contest ends  January 1st, 2018


AIRING ON COMET

YOU DON’T NEED A SUBSCRIPTION TO WATCH THESE GREAT
MOVIES…
THEY’RE AIRING FOR FREE ON COMET!

FILMS ON COMET IN DECEMBER

Tank Girl (1995)
Want to warm up this holiday season? Take a trip to the year 2033, where cold isn’t an issue but an apocalyptic lack of water is. Starring Lori Petty as the titular hero, and Malcolm McDowell as the villainous Kesslee, Tank Girl is an action-packed adventure that’s so explosive you might just end up putting jetpacks at the top of your holiday gift list.

Friday, December 29 at 8P/7C
Saturday, December 30 at 8P/7C

Earth Girls Are Easy (1989)
If you thought Jeff Goldblum was charming in human form, just wait until you see him when he’s an alien. Also starring Geena Davis, Jim Carrey, and Damon Wayans, ‘Earth Girls are Easy’ sees a trio of aliens crash land on Earth and take the California dating scene by storm. Even the hardest to please Valley girl is no match for the charms of these furry Cassanovas.

Saturday, December 30 at 6P/5C

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Martian Holiday Movie Marathon
Sunday, December 25 starting at NOON/11C

Mars Needs Women (1968)
Starting at NOON/11C

The Angry Red Planet (1960)
Starting at 2P/1C

Queen of Blood (1966)
Starting at 4P/3C

Red Planet Mars (1952)
Starting at 6P/5C

Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (1964)
Starting at 8P/7C

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December FRIDAY NIGHT MOVIES

Friday Primetime Movie 8P/7C
Saturday Encore Presentation 8P/7C

 

Supernova (2000)
Friday, December 22 at 8P/7C

Tank Girl (1995)
Friday, December 29 at 8P/7C

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December Weekly Themes
Airing weekdays at 4P/3C throughout December, check schedule at CometTV.com

Haunted House Movies (12/4 – 12/8)
Vincent Price Movies (12/11 – 12/15)
Creature Features (12/18 – 12/22)
Cult Sci-fi Movies (12/26 – 12/29)

CometTV.Com December Viewing Guide

Check out the new Horror/SciFi network! CometTV.com is a digi-network which people can watch via antenna and/or streaming live via the web. It’s the home for the best in classic horror and sci-fi films showing some of the most unique and rare genre content including films rarely seen from the MGM library.

FILMS ON COMET IN DECEMBER
Tank Girl (1995)
Want to warm up this holiday season? Take a trip to the year 2033, where cold
isn’t an issue but an apocalyptic lack of water is. Starring Lori Petty as the titular
hero, and Malcolm McDowell as the villainous Kesslee, Tank Girl is an action-
packed adventure that’s so explosive you might just end up putting jetpacks at
the top of your holiday gift list.
Friday, December 29 at 8P/7C
Saturday, December 30 at 8P/7C

Earth Girls Are Easy (1989)
If you thought Jeff Goldblum was charming in human form, just wait until you see
him when he’s an alien. Also starring Geena Davis, Jim Carrey, and Damon
Wayans, Earth Girls are Easy sees a trio of aliens crash land on Earth and take
the California dating scene by storm. Even the hardest to please Valley girl is no
match for the charms of these furry Cassanovas.
Friday, December 15 at 8P/7C
Saturday, December 16 at 8P/7C
Saturday, December 30 at 6P/5C


December Weekly Themes
Airing weekdays at 4P/3C throughout December, check schedule at
CometTV.com
Haunted House Movies (12/4 – 12/8)
Vincent Price Movies (12/11 – 12/15)
Creature Features (12/18 – 12/22)
Cult Sci-fi Movies (12/26 – 12/29)

December Friday Night Movies
Friday Primetime Movie 8P/7C
Saturday Encore Presentation 8P/7C
Leviathan (1989)
Friday, December 8 at 8P/7C
Earth Girls Are Easy (1989)
Friday, December 15 at 8P/7C

Supernova (2000)
Friday, December 22 at 8P/7C
Tank Girl (1995)
Friday, December 29 at 8P/7C


Martian Holiday Movie Marathon
Sunday, December 25 starting at NOON/11C
Mars Needs Women (1968)
Starting at NOON/11C
The Angry Red Planet (1960)
Starting at 2P/1C
Queen of Blood (1966)
Starting at 4P/3C
Red Planet Mars (1952)
Starting at 6P/5C
Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (1964)
Starting at 8P/7C


Cult Classic Theater
Check out rare sci-fi, B-movies, and unmistakable oddities.

Saturdays at 2P EST.
Meteor Man (1993)
Saturday, December 9 at 2P/1C
Solarbabies (1986)
Saturday, December 9 at 4P/3C
Attack of the Puppet People (1958)
Saturday, December 16 at 2P/1C
Dolls (1986)
Saturday, December 16 at 4P/3C
Alien from L.A. (1988)
Saturday, December 23 at 2P/1C
Morons from Outer Space
Saturday, December 23 at 4P/3C
Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine (1965)
Saturday, December 30 at 2P/1C
Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs (1965)
Saturday, December 30 at 4P/3C