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Follow Mr. Lobo on a journey through this mass-collaboration approach to view Romero's classic through an experimental lens.

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Voyage to a Prehistoric Planet
Prepare for hyper-sleep as we journey to the planet Venus -- and to a time when we still thought it was possible to land on it. Host Mr. Lobo presents "Voyage To The Prehistoric Planet". Exploitation maven Roger Corman and his minions took an obscure Soviet science fiction movie, re-edited it, and added extra footage to make this and several other poorly dubbed American releases including "Voyage To The Planet of Prehistoric Women," "Voyage to the Bottom of the Prehistoric Planet," "From the Prehistoric Planet with Love," "The 7th Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet of ...
Carnival of Souls
A story so unusual it will burn itself into your mind. Mainly because this feature length film would have mad a great 22-minute Twilight Zone episode and feels like you've seen it twice when you've seen it once. Never the less, it is one of the best inexpensive horror films this side of Night of the Living Dead and is a favorite of thrifty TV programmers. An all out ratings war erupts between Cinema Insomnia host Mr. Lobo, Fly By Night Theater host Francois Fly and Horror House hostess Lady Skankenstein and they all decide to compete with each other by showing the ...
Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome
You can't say Mr. Lobo doesn't know Dick -- because in 1947 people didn't say things like that -- not even in gritty crime stories. The host of the long running cult TV series "Cinema Insomnia" Mr. Lobo presents his TV version of the film based on Chester Gould's classic comic strip "Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome," also known as "Dick Tracy Meets Boris Karloff." Star Ralph Byrd proves to be even more 2-D than the stylized detective from the Sunday funnies, especially when pitted against the man who played Frankenstein's Monster, Boris Karloff. See trailers from crime ...
14 Feb. 2004
Wasp Woman
Mr. Lobo hosts this Roger Corman classic full of sharp satire with some sharp satire of his own. Super-model turned super-mogul of Mary Kay-like cosmetics company, Janice Starling, avoids the public once her looks start sagging-and now her sales are sagging! Hiring a mad Bee Keeper who experiments with injections of royal wasp jelly to reverse aging, she overdoses on the sticky stuff--becoming the deadly Wasp Woman. Susan Cabot's last role--her mysterious death at the hands of her dwarf son tops anything Roger Corman or Jack Hill could have made up! Beauty may only be...
House on Haunted Hill
How much would you pay to stay inside a Haunted House? Mr. Lobo challenges audiences to stick through this showing of William Castle's The House on Haunted Hill starring Vincent Price. Throughout the episode viewers will witness Mr. Lobo's unique wrap-arounds, retro TV commercials, guest appearances.
24 Oct. 2009
Mark of the Damned: Part 1
A two part Cinema Insommia Halloween special hosted by Mr. Lobo is loaded with slumber party fun, off-beat humor, vintage TV ads, Drive-In movie trailers, retro craziness, and informative interviews on location in Richmond, Virgina, detailing the making of Eric Miller's homegrown Midnight Movie adventure 'Mark of the Damned'. Also, there is a hilarious musical cooking segment with 'November Fire' recording artist Slob Zombie and a taste of his new hit single '40 Hour Weekend'.
Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated
Follow Mr. Lobo on a journey through this mass-collaboration approach to view Romero's classic through an experimental lens.

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