The Mysterious Lab of Dr. Fear began as a live show called Dr. Fear's Friday Fright Show on August 29, 2002 on the KXOK TV-32 station in Enid, Oklahoma. It is hosted by Dr. Fear, who is joined by others, such as Trinka, Mr. Grimly, Natasha, Count Vino, and MAL 9000.
Watch the season 1 introduction here:
See the season 2 introduction here:
View the season 5 introduction here:
Watch the hosting segments of episode 78, from 2008, when they presented the movie Snowbeast, below:
Ms. Monster and Tit and Tat brought their show, HEL on ICE, to the internet live on the 100 Years of Monster Movies webcast on August 6, 2010. They presented the movies Attack of the Killer Leeches and Giant Gila Monster.
The Ghastlee Movie Show has been hosted by A. Ghastlee Ghoul in Dayton, Ohio since 1988, where he presents movies, offbeat clips, and interviews. Ghastlee is joined on the show by his wife, Suspira, who are also part of the band Splattertude.
Watch a trailer for the show here:
See part of an episode where he sat unmoving in front of the camera for the duration here:
Listen to Sally the Zombie Cheerleader's opinion of Ghastlee here:
Recently, The Dark Vault of Public Domain started broadcasting all new episodes from the second half of their second season. In it, Uncle Pete and El Vato continue to show their eclectic choices of public domain films.
The Night Of The Svengoolies was an event held a few years ago by The Museum of Broadcast Communications to honor the two men who played Svengoolie, Jerry G. Bishop and Rich Koz. Both men fielded questions from the moderator and the audience in between showings of clips from their shows.
It's A Bird is an amateur parody of the Superman TV series, which was made by high school students from Patchogue, New York in 1971. More recently, the filmmakers got Zacherley to record an introduction to the movie.
The Seattle, Washington based Center Ring Cinema runs on the ITV internet station Monday nights at 7:00 P.M. PST. The show is hosted by Chuck DeClown, who presents movies, trailers, and interviews. It is the first horror host show from that area in over 30 years.
Uncle Don's Theater ran in Rockford, Illinois on WQRF Channel 39 from the 1980s to the mid 1990s. It was hosted by Uncle Don, who was joined by a stuffed shark named Sharkie. The show was also titled Uncle Don's Terror Theater at some point.
Watch the hosting segments from when Uncle Don presented the movie Ultimate Imposter below: