Shock Theatre To Air On WDEF Feb. 15

Wednesday, February 05, 2014

The cast and crew of Shock Theatre have completed the fifth episode and will air the program on Feb. 15 at midnight.  Episode five is a horror hosting package created to present Dracula’s Great Love, a 1974 Vampire thriller.  

Episode five is in high definition and features special guests for the show. James Ward will demonstrate his Vampire Hunter’s Kits. Halloween Hot Sauce’s Victor the Undertaker makes an appearance and prepares an old family recipe with his Halloween Hot Sauce.  The Ninth Street Stompers are featured as Shock Theatre’s first highlighted musical act.   There will be a Rocumentary package created by the good Doctor himself.

Dracula’s Great Love is a 1974 Vampire tale directed by Javier Aguirre and starring Paul Naschy.  

Jack Gray, who portrays Dr. Shock and is a lead producer for the program along with Johnny Stockman, goes on to say, “This is going to be a fun show with our special guests. I’m also excited to debut the documentary package we’ve created for the 9th Street Stompers.” It’s a full 2 hour program with skits, original music, movie facts, horror news.

This is the fifth installment in an attempt by Gray and the cast and crew of Shock Theatre to have the infamous horror hosting program revamped and air on a a local station. “WDEF TV12 has really stepped up to the plate and given Shock Theatre a warm reception. We’re thrilled to be able to present episode five, Dracula’s Great Love."


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