It Came From Antenna TV!
Written By: Ken Hulsey
Antenna TV is bringing back the feel of the long forgotten afternoon movie for one week in August.
Sci Fi fans who grew up in the 70s and 80s will remember the classic afternoon movie features that used to air on local TV channels. Every summer afternoon the youth of America would park their butts in front of the old boob tube and savour a seemingly endless parade of Godzilla movies, B horror flicks and sci fi epics with themes that truly had to be seen to be believed.
If you pine for the good old days like I do, then you should be on the edge of orgasm to learn that the cable network Antenna TV is about to attempt to recapture the feel of the afternoon movie feature, if only for one week (August 5 - 11).
Included in this line up of B movie madness is the Ray Harryhausen classic "Mysterious Island", the Jurassic mash up "Dinosaurus", "Attack of the 50-foot Woman" clone "The 30-foot Bride of Candy Rock", The Terrornauts" (not to be confused with'The Micronauts') and "12 To The Moon."
If your not already in your footy pjs with a bowl of Captain Crunch in front of the TV then check out this very retro trailer:
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