BOWLING CAN BE DANGEROUS DURING A FULL MOON
This past week, most of the country got to see a total lunar eclipse, or Blood Moon as we in the DARK VAULT like to call it. Here in the greater DARK VAULT OF PUBLIC DOMAIN viewing area, we got to see the clouds get darker then lighter again underway. But that didn’t stop us from being safe and applying generous amounts of Moon Screen lotion to prevent that pesky moon burn. But the moon sometimes affects people in odd ways as UNCLE PETE and El Vato will show you this Saturday the feature presentation from 1976 – Track Of The Moon Beast. It stars Chase Cordell as Dr. Carlson, a rock hound who gets bonked in the head by a meteorite (and they told you not to worry about such things). Not long after, some of the locals, including one poor soul coming home from bowling, start turning up slashed and hacked and generally in a pretty unhealthy dead condition with marks made by no known animal (except for maybe some of the guests at one of the DARK VAULT All-night shindigs). The only clue is some ancient American Indian paintings. Directed by Richard Ashe and co-written by Bill Finger whose writing credits also include episodes of the Batman TV series, 77 Sunset Strip and The Green Slime, it’s Track Of The Moon Beast!
And it’s a brand new remastered Moon Beast too with bigger better pictures and new stuff!
Meanwhile, UNCLE PETE and Max enjoy the beautiful moonlit night and several moon related refreshments. So, break out a fresh jug of moonshine and bake up a moon pie (take one can of moon filling, poor into a frozen 9″ pie crust, cover with the second crust and bake for 35 minutes at 1200 degrees) and join UNCLE PETE Saturday, October 11, 2014 from 10PM to midnight on Binghamton’s channel 4, Hornell/Elmira/Corning’s channel 99, and Sayre’s channel 17. It’s Track Of The Moon Beast, the first of several of October’s monsters and ghouls on the next DARK VAULT OF PUBLIC DOMAIN!!!