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Wolf Man Mac's Chiller Drive In 

Wolfman Mac hosts classic B-Horror and sci-fi movies on Wolfman Mac's Chiller Drive-In In July of 2007, Chiller Drive-In began broadcasting to 300,000 homes on public access around ... See full summary »
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Wolfman Mac hosts classic B-Horror and sci-fi movies on Wolfman Mac's Chiller Drive-In In July of 2007, Chiller Drive-In began broadcasting to 300,000 homes on public access around Metro-Detroit. Now you can catch Chiller Drive-In (formerly known as Nightmare Sinema) on WMYD TV, Detroit's My TV 20! Every Saturday night at Midnight! Movies like "Teenage Zombies", "The Giant Gila Monster", "Night of the Living Dead", and more, are enhanced with retro TV commercials, drive-in nostalgia, music videos and of course, crazy skits! Recorded at Erebus Haunted Attraction in Pontiac MI, Chiller Drive-In is perfect popcorn eating' TV! So stay up late Saturday nights and tune in to Wolfman Mac's Chiller Drive-In on Detroit's My TV 20! In October 2008, Chiller Drive-In was voted Best Local Television Show (other than a newscast) by the Metro Times annual Best of Detroit issue. In May of 2009, Real Detroit Weekly named Wolfman Mac's Chiller Drive-In the Best "Retro" Local TV Program and the "the ... Written by Hartman, Mike C.

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A New Look On A Classic Genre!
3 January 2010 | by See all my reviews

In the vein of such "creature feature" programs Wolfman Mac's Chiller Drive-In is reminiscent of Michigan-area favorites such as Sir Graves Ghastley, The Ghoul and Count Scary.

The production isn't top notch nor is the acting but that is 90% of it's charm.

With television programming being too nationalized, sterile and mostly realty show-based. It's nice to see a show with local flavor.

And their presentation of B-horror movies is creative. With the sound effects and graphics that are integrated into the films they make movies such as "Teenage Zombies" fun to watch.

The Chiller Drive-In is started to gain some steam and is being shown in other markets. It is my personal hope that this team doesn't allow new fame to change their format.

I'll be watching every Saturday at midnight!


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