Cinema Insomnia with Mr. Lobo (2001– )

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Mr. Lobo's rocking chair was previously used by none other than Bob Wilkins at last live appearance at Harlow's in Sacramento. Bob Wilkins was credited as the senior consultant for Cinema Insomnia when the series went into syndication. See more »

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CINEMA INSOMNIA hits the spot
23 March 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Mr. Lobo fills the void left with the departure of Bob Wilkins and John Stanley from the late- night Bay Area CREATURE FEATURES show of the 1970s. Lots of time and talent go into the production, and it shows--Mr. Lobo's brand of humor is (almost) always a gas. Since the show is (almost) always commercial-free it can be a challenge to get in a bathroom break; we appreciate his generous inclusion of plenty of old movie trailers of many much-loved B-films during intermission time.

Thank you, Mr. Lobo, for continuing to carry the torch, and Kudos to PBS television in San Jose for carrying the show on Saturday nights!

-Scary Larry


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