Shock Theatre Airs Fourth Episode On WDEF TV 12 Dec. 21

Thursday, December 12, 2013

Shock Theatre will air its fourth episode on Saturday, Dec. 21, at midnight on WDEF TV 12. 

Review for Shock Theatre:

A haunted world featuring classic and contemporary horror films, hosted by the neurotic ghoul Dr. Shock and his devilishly lovely sidekick Nurse Goodbody. Joining them is the mischievous prankster puppet Dingbat and a new addition as puppet master, a “dream reaper,” known as The“Dirge.”  The three exchange humorous banter and discuss facts drawn from “Santa Claus Conquers the Martians,” presented by the New Shock Theater . 

The cast and crew of Shock Theatre have completed its fourth episode, a horror hosting package created to present “Santa Claus Conquers the Martians.” Episode four is in high definition and has a backstory with Krampus and Santa Claus facing off in the wrestling ring.  

Shock Theatre has created an epic Christmas tale where Krampus pays a visit to the Shock Theatre cast. However, Krampus is up to no good and the Shock Theatre cast have call in the the big man himself, Santa Claus, straighten Mr. Krampus out.

Jack Gray, who portrays Dr. Shock and is a lead producer for the program along with Johnny Stockman, goe on to say, “We’ve created an a touching Christmas spirited program that will have you on the edge of your couch as you laugh and cry in a single sound. It’s a full two hour program with skits, original music, movie facts and a toy segment. 



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