Virginia Creepers is a full length feature documentary
chronicling the rich history of Virginia and DC
area horror hosts hosted by Mr. Lobo!
An array of horrifying ghouls and goblins haunting the Virginia airwaves
for over 50 years in rare clips and photos!
The bloodcurdling sounds of long lost shows!
see past and present hosts in a macabre tableau (whatever that is . . .)
and witness interviews unseen anywhere else!
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if you ever want to see your
goldfish alive again . . .
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Virginia Creepers Reviews!
Placed Purchase Ops!
"The doc ably captures
the ramshackle charm of these local productions, the dedicated people
that made them and how they became neighborhood stars in the process.
Although focused on the local story, the doc cleverly ties the
enduring popularity of these hosts back to the importance of regional
broadcasting in the country."
--Paul Carupe, Rue Morgue
Creepers on DVD! Includes an extra hour of special features!
"The documentary did a
fine job of keeping me consistently engrossed throughout. You cannot
deny that Virginia Creepers does a sterling job in exhaustively
researching its subject material and producing potted accounts of each
of the shows, its host(s) and the behind-the-scenes story."
-- Richard Scheib, The
Science Fiction, Horror and Fantasy Film Review.
The poster/cover was developed by the talented
George Chastain, based on the House of Dracula lobby card from the 1945
"The large number of
hosts covered insures that the film moves briskly from one to another,
leaving little excess time to slow down the pacing. The music is a
definite selling point for the film, as it adds a lively background
mood to what could otherwise be a rather dry series of interviews. . .
. it is no exaggeration to say this is one of the best documentaries
to be produced on this fascinating subject."
Scarlet Magazine, #5
"Virginia Creepers is
an incredible look into the lives of an under-appreciated group of
entertainers who touched the lives of many people who grew up watching
them. The interviews cover every minute detail of these shows and the
old clips are a hoot. Hearing about the classic days of television and
seeing how history was being made was fascinating and even at 2 hours
in length, the film kept my eyes glued to the screen the whole time."