'Creature Features' Documentary to Screen in SF   

December 1, 2008 Beginning in 1971, "Creature Features" was the single best show for fans of horror in the San Francisco Bay Area. "Watch Horror Films - Keep America Strong" is a documentary about the series.

The documentary is set to screen at the Balboa Theater, in San Francisco, December 10, 2008.

The film is ultimate tribute to the Bay Area late-night horror television phenomenon of Creature Features (1971-1984 on Oakland's KTVU Ch-2), hosted by Bob Wilkins and later by John Stanley.

Also rounding out the bill is the John Stanley cult film NIGHTMARE IN BLOOD. Proceeds benefit the Bob Wilkins Alzheimer's fund.

John Stanley will be on hand speaking about his tenure as Creature Features host, signing books and posters. This event will be hosted by premier Northern California horror host Mr. Lobo, from nationally syndicated Cinema Insomnia. Other special guests to be announced.

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