Shock Theatre To Air On WDEF August 2

Thursday, July 24, 2014

The cast and crew of Shock Theatre have completed the seventh episode and will air the program on Aug. 2 at midnight. Episode seven is a horror hosting package created to present “Bloody Pit of Horror”. In this episode you can expect a series of vignettes depicting different forms of torture humorously acted out by the cast of Shock Theatre in their "special kooky spooky way," officials stated.

In addition to presenting Massimo Pupillo’s “Bloody Pit of Horror”, attendees will witness Nurse Goodbody giving a lethal injection to Wolfy, Dirge the Dream Reaper’s backstory, the cast trying to communicate telepathically and the finale, Dr.

Shock performing his death defying feat, “the Electric Chair”.

In addition, Shock Theatre will highlight another musical guest. Dr. Shock presents local noise rockers “Sickness of the System”.

In related news the Shock Theatre program is going to have a new schedule with WDEF TV12. Shock Theatre fans will be able to find Shock Theatre the first Saturday of every month on WDEF TV12.

Jack Gray, who portrays Dr. Shock and produces the program, goes on to say, “we’re thrilled that WDEF has picked us up for 12 shows to air in the next year on the first Saturday of every month.








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