UNCLE PETE DOES SOME STAR-GAZING AT THE VORTEXX THIS WEEK!!!

UNCLE PETE DOES A LITTLE STAR GAZING

SLUGGO – HEAD OF ALL THINGS VORTEXX

Having fully recovered from the big DARK VAULT/Vortexx New Year’s Eve shindig a couple of weeks ago, UNCLE PETE will  be dropping in to visit Sluggo and The Vortexx crowd again this week!  Join him this Thursday as he brings THE DARK VAULT OF PUBLIC DOMAIN over to The Vortexx  for the 1979 action scifi comedy The Sheriff And The Satellite KidThe Vortexx gang will be gettin’ outta this world as they do some chattin’ during the show too.  The place for the action is http://www.horrorhost.net and the time is  Thursday, January 18, 2018 at 9PM.  The Vortexx gang shows a special feature every night at 9PM that also includes live chat while the show is on.  And that special place to be is www.horrorhost.net

UNCLE PETE has his telescope out and is doing a little star-gazing of his own this week.  But he eventually heads down to the Vault, to provide some entertaining bits of fun including The Talking Magpies from 1949 – the first feature for Heckle and Jeckle and the explosive short Don’t Touch – a safety film about what to do when you find blasting caps and explosives (no, don’t give them to Sluggo).  There’ll be some astronomical searchin’ some action and a lot of fun for The Sheriff And The Satellite Kid as UNCLE PETE brings THE DARK VAULT OF PUBLIC DOMAIN to visit with Sluggo and The Vortexx gang from 9PM – 11PM this Thursday at www.horrorhost.net .  Bring your own telescope!

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~ by UNCLE PETE on January 18, 2018.

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