The people you see in front of the camera, introducing you to the worlds nestled within the minds of the movie creators. It's not easy, and doesn't pay much (if anything), but that's not why they do it.

(The Midnight Massacre Theatre)

Greetings... Ghoulish ones! Come, Indulge Ye Wickedness and witness the catastrophe of horrors that is The Midnight Massacre Theatre!!! Where the Sinister Minister (Sean L. Smith) presides over the collection and desecration of as many souls as is comprehensible through the hypnotic embrace of the Chap-Hell of Horror...And the relentless late night TV "Massacre" of Classic and "B" Horror Films. He is assisted by The Altargirls: Serpentina (Grace Smith), Calypso (Calypso Diver Godiva), Dommiana (Olivia Rose), and The SnakeBabe (Maria Gara).
The Minister likes to spend his time away from his unholy duties hosting The Black Mass, a weekly 2 hour soul-scorching metal show on Loaded Radio, and performing as part of the band Kaos Bender and the Traveling Trailer Park.

(Don's Breakfast Serial)

Growing up in the Cleveland Area in the late 1950's - 1970's I spent a lot of time in front of a TV set (first Black & White then in Living Color) watching some of our great Horror Hosts. Ghoulardi, Hoolihan and Big Chuck, Big Chuck & Lil John, SuperHost, The Ghoul, Frank & Drac, Commander USA and the list goes on. When a Serial was played on the TV, I was glued to it. I am a retired Firefighter, EMT, Paramedic & Fire Instructor. Father of two great sons, proof I breed in captivity! Both my lovely wife and I live in a home over a hundred years old full of antiques, comic books, movie posters , autographed pictures, pulp magazines and collectibles. Along with some stuff she has. If you look close enough you can see some of my collection behind me when filming. I was on another show in the Cleveland area for three years, before branching out for my own show. You can still see some of the skits I wrote and acted in on their show. I am Don O'Malley (Never Donald, only the good Nuns called me that), and I hope you will Tune In and Stay Tuned to my show!

(Lord Blood-Rah's Nerve Wrackin' Theatre)

Lord Blood-Rah is the geeky creation of Frank Wallace-Ailsworth, himself a life long horror and sci-fi geek. Growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area in the late 60's/early 70s, Frank was introduced to genre films, both classic and not so classic, through the legendary TV horror host show Creature Features hosted by Bob Wilkins. The combination of monster classics like Frankenstein and The Wolf Man, as well as lesser cult films like The Beast of Yucca Flats and Attack of the Mushroom People, with Wilkins' dry witty commentary became the inspiration that would drive the creation of Lord Blood-Rah in 2009. In that year a close friend, Damian Chouinard, winemaker at the Chouinard Winery in Castro Valley, Ca., decided he would like to start showing horror and science fiction films at the winery. It was suggested he should have a host for these events and, when no other host was forthcoming, Frank got the job. Relying on his study of voice acting and improvisation, Frank created the character of Lord Blood-Rah; the self-proclaimed High Lord of Geekdom, a proud Geek who lives to spread the love of off-beat and imaginative genre films to all those ready to "Geek Out". On September 12th, 2009 Lord Blood-Rah took the stage at the Chouinard Winery to host the original Roger Corman camp horror film The Little Shop of Horrors, and Lord Blood-Rah's Nerve Wrackin' Theatre was born. Since then, Lord Blood-Rah has hosted Lord Blood-Rah's Nerve Wrackin' Theatre LIVE at the Chouinard Winery every Friday Night each September, as well as many other live genre film events throughout the years including: The 80th Anniversary of Frankenstein and Dracula at the BAL Theatre, San Leandro, Zombie Day at the Rheem Theatre, Moraga (with special guest John Russo, screen writer of Night of the Living Dead), a run of genre shows at The New Parkway in Oakland and countless more each year. In 2010 Lord Blood-Rah became the official host of the annual Drunken Zombie International Horror Film Festival in Peoria, Illinois. In 2013, Lord Blood-Rah's Nerve Wrackin' Theatre made the leap to television and the web. Now Geeks, Geekerellas, Geekulas and Geekeritas all over the country, and the world online, join Lord Blood-Rah in Blood-Rah Manor each week as he presents the best, worst and wildest horror and sci-fi films ever made

(Formerly Crappics)

Walt Sydney was the victim of a grossly negligent clerical error at a research hospital when he was cryonically frozen by mistake for about 45 years. After the error was recognized and he was medically thawed, he emerged as Freezer Mortis. He is forever struggling with his budding mutant climate control powers from the genetic alterations that occurred in his DNA during his time on ice, and sports a lower-than-normal body temperature (and partially freeze-dried brain), but mostly he is just a dolt who enjoys obscure films. Freezer does have an occasional guest host for the show while he is off traveling, usually Dr. Augutus Posterios or Vladimar Wakoff (pronounced with a "V").

(Creature Features)

Mother was a frustrated script writer, dad's car broke down in front of our house. Mom doesn't talk much about their whirlwind romance but she wrote a screen play about it. They made a movie out of it, got some awards too I think. I've never seen it. It's called Misery? So I'm left to my own devices here in my childhood bedroom in the attic going thru movies and Dad's old things.

(Beware Theater)

Arachna of the Spider People (Alexis Hmielak) grew up in Pittsburgh,Pa. watching Chiller Theater with Chilly Billy Cardille every Saturday night. It instilled a love of the old classic black and white horror and syfy movies and inspired her to be a horror host. Many years later, and now in Fort Collins, Colorado, she has resurrected that dream and created Beware Theater to celebrate the monochromatic magic of classic horror movies from the golden age of black and white. Bad acting. Bad directing. Lame Monsters. Cheezy Special Effects - lots of creepy fun.

(B-Movie Enema: The Series)

B-Movie Enema is the brainchild of Geoff Arbuckle. It began in 2014 before really kicking into high gear in 2016. Geoff uses the site to basically "live blog" bad, lesser known, or exploitation movies from various genres. Every now and then he crosses over into the mainstream, but the approach is the same - use the site and the live blog experience to allow his id to run free while he takes in a (probably) crappy movie. B-Movie Enema: The Series is a new adaptation of the blog in which Geoff hosts a movie worthy of the site. The first thirteen episodes was to let the notion of hosting a movie with interjections and discussion of the genre, makers, or actors from the movie, but now he's ready to expand on the lore and the fun of the series! Geoff also co-hosts the movie podcast Film Seizure. B-Movie Enema - Film Seizure -

(Riggor Mortiss Presents)

Riggor and the lovely Nyte Angel are the hosts of Riggor Mortiss Presents. This family-oriented horror movie show is good fun for scaring kids of all ages.

(Mistress Peace Theatre)

Mistress Peace Theatre is an internet spin off of the much beloved, "Bordello of Horror" horror host TV show. It is hosted by Mistress Malicious with the intent of delivering classic horror movies, public domain material, comedy, music, and more... Mistress' many talents include acting oblivious to reality and leaving others confused about what is really going on...Mistress Malicious is in search of the one thing we seem to all have in common...PEACE and SECURITY...Through a series of trials and mishaps....Will she find it ?

(Tennessee Macabre)

Tennessee Macabre descends upon Saturday night like a blood-hungry explosion of rubber celluloid Mexican bats from the dank cellar! Based in historic South Pittsburg, Tennessee, since its inception in 2016, this ghastly production features Grade B Creature Features straight from the rock n’ roll Drive-in vortex. Hosted by the Grim Reaper (Duke Raulston) and Deke Rivers, the 1950s black leather motorcycle hepcat who just happens to be a werewolf (Neal Privett), the show features such late-night classics as The Brain That Wouldn’t Die, House on Haunted Hill, and The Little Shop of Horrors. Overseeing the ghoulish festivities is the 19th century poltergeist snob, Morty, with the pseudo-sophisticated Boris Karloff voice, who yearns for High Art and loathes the low budget fare championed by Grim and Deke. Joining in the mayhem is world famous luchador and vampire expert, Red Demon, martini swilling Latin lounge singer, Sin Pantalones, and many other personalities who lost their doomed souls to the power of the midnight silver screen. Tennessee Macabre appears on the internet (Facebook, Youtube, and now Otherworlds TV), and also on local Saturday night television and radio station, WEPG….one of the few Horror Hosting shows retaining the now almost lost and classic connection to independent local television begun in the 1950s. Tune in to Tennessee Macabre for a few laughs, some premium moonshine, all the bloody popcorn you can eat, and the coolest spooky flicks you ever saw! Can you dig it? It’s gonna be a real HOWL! Owwwwooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!

(Monster Movie Night starring Bobby Gammonster)

On Christmas morning in 1966, I received a tin lithograph Haunted House Mystery Bank that wound up and when a coin was placed on the front stoop a glow in the dark green hand would come out and take it inside. This was the beginning of a monster way of life which brought about me opening up my ten room home, Gargoyle Manor, to the public as a monster museum in 1988. In 2008, I went to my very first monster convention called Monster Bash in Pennsylvania. It was like coming home, I met so many people like myself who had collected all their life, also, I met my very first Horror Hosts, Penny Dreadful and Garou of Shilling Shockers who was very encouraging when I decided to become a Horror Host on the internet. But the first person I saw at the convention was a man named David "The Rock" Nelson, an Ed Wood Low Budget Style monster movie maker. He was filming people and throwing plastic dinosaurs at them, but most of all he was having FUN. So after that first convention I realized I had found my true calling in life. After all I had a museum full of "props", I had been a ventriloquist and puppeteer since I was 7 years old and had a buzzard puppet (don't tell Boris) who I named Boris T Buzzard as a sidekick (again don't tell Boris ). My outfit was my "good" clothes that I only got to wear either at Halloween or on special occasions and because of an accident that left me permanently disable I walked with a cane with a dark mare horse head I call Nite Mare. I had at the time a very poor quality video camera and my wife was/is a computer expert, so she made me a website and I learned how to edit videos. So again I opened up my home and way of life up to the public only to a more broader audience on the Internet. Having a natural name for a horror host, Gammonster, and living a monster way of life such as sleeping in coffins, both myself and my wife, our family car is a Hearse, it was only unnatural for me to become a horror host. The name of my show is Monster Movie Night, even that came out of another venue I was hosting, as I had bought a video movie projector with a giant outdoor screen that I erected in our front yard and invite friends over to sit on our front porch and watch Horror Movies for free, I had called these events our Monster Movie Night, so the name seemed to have been fated. So from these humble beginnings I have been making shows with public domain and Indie made horror and monster movies for 12 seasons starting this year 2021, and on Feb. 12th I will be celebrating my 250th episode. Over the years I have had crossover shows with other Horror Hosts such as Danvers of Demented Features, Vincent Grimmly of Nite Chills Theatre, Count Gore DeVol, David Lady, Sally the Zombie Cheerleader, Doc Dread, Dr. Paul Bearer and many more. In 2020 I was voted to be Inducted into the Official Horror Host Hall of Fame, unfortunately due to the pandemic the ceremony was canceled until a later date, hopefully, this year 2021. I have been fortunate and honored to have so many friends in the Horror Host community and even more fortunate to have so many fans that watch my shows . The main venue you can watch the shows are at, as well as on my YouTube channels that can be seen on the ROKU TV . You can find me on Facebook under both my name Bobby Gammonster and Monster Movie Night. And as I say at the end of every show, "Keep Screaming".

(It Came From The Basement)

From the recesses and basements of our minds there is usually some strange character lurking there. In this case, it’s Uncle Edward, host of It Came From the Basement, where he digs up some groovy, moldy-oldie movies, cartoons, shorts, and trailers, as well as some other basement friends and reminds everyone to "Stay weird my friends, just stay weird." Dale Streble (Uncle Edward) also works on other projects including short films and has appeared in the Jerry Williams film, Bride of the Saucer Monster as well as multiple appearances in Williams' space serials including "Astro Space Hero"" and "Astro Zap Kaboom".

(The Mausoleum of Terror)

He's the Voodoo Fortune Telling Werewolf, King of Terror, and Prince of The Macabre. Dario Eville presents to you terrifying tales of horror on his show The Mausoleum of Terror guaranteed to give you nightmares. Hello, my name is Darrius Parker (Dario Eville), my base of operation is Baton Rouge Louisiana. For now, I am Louisiana's first and only African American horror movie host presenting movies late at night from my mausoleum of terror.


Victor Von Psychotron hosts Weird-O-Rama, a show that strives to bring you creepy, strange, and weird things from the worlds of film and television. Drive-in intermission ads, cliffhanger serials, short educational films, retro commercials, weird cartoons, and shows and films ranging from horrifying to hilarious - it's all fair game on Victor's show. He often interviews artists, actors, and other fun people at pop culture conventions across the country. He also loves tea, Ennio Morricone film scores, and Ingrid Pitt (but who doesn't?).

(Ned the Dead's Chiller Theatre)

Late one night, over 30 years ago, a legend was born... Ned the Dead took to the airwaves of Northeast Wisconsin (and the UP!!!). From "Chiller Theater", to "Ned the Dead's Demented Drive-in", back to "Chiller Theater", and finally "The Ned the Dead Show starring Doc Moreau", Saturday nights always held something really good from really bad movies. Sadly, in the Fall of 2010, Ned "went dark" as they say. Although no longer on the air, the memory of the craziness created by Ned and Doc lives on in the hearts and minds of the tens of loyal fans. Who knows if they will ever return with new episodes, but now, thanks to the magic of the internet, you can now relive the looniness and irreverence of Saturday nights past.

(Zomboo's House of Horror Movies)

Zomboo's House of Horror Movies is hosted by Zomboo, the nearly world-famous horror host for bringing some of the most terrib... er... I mean scaaary movies ever made into your home. Every week, Quasi goes into the vault to pick out a movie that you can watch right here on OtherWorlds TV.

(The Basement of Baron Morbid)

From the wilds of Kalamazoo, Michigan, Baron Morbid is the co-host of The Basement of Baron Morbid along with his trustworthy assistant Jacques Strahp.

(Spine Chilling Cinema)

As a gravedigger and caretaker of a cemetery, Oliver always had a love of the macabre. And with his ancestry of being a Collins, having a love for the supernatural is in his blood so to say.   Oliver first expressed his love of horror in the band The Fiendish Phantoms, with songs of horror and fright!  But that was just the beginning. In March of 2018, Oliver made his first stab at being a horror host, having his show Spine Chilling Cinema on YouTube. A few months later he pitched the show to a local tv media center, and on April of 2018 Spine Chilling Cinema was airing on cable tv locally in the Madison/Sun Prairie area on KSUN. Along with his co-host "The Queen of Shenanigans" Alice (which he met one day in the graveyard... well she was buried alive and Oliver saved her... well best he could, she is kinda undead you could say. And of course the trusty cat Bubbles, which luckily doesn't have any fur, cause Oliver  is allergic to cats! They have all been bringing horror and wackiness to south central Wisconsin.  And now on OtherWorlds TV!

(Dr. Torpor)

He’s a sharp dresser. He’s good looking. He’s from another dimension. With great Beyond-gevity, Dr. Torpor exercises his try-cyclic powers to stay in contact with The Infinite. In addition to an interdimensional being, he is also a Bird-Certified Head-Pecker. Dr. Torpor generously provides lessons of incalculable worth. Whether by using the priceless cultural artifact of horror films, the mystical Tarot, or scientific twaddle, Dr. Torpor wants to help you change. You deserve this. Benefit while you can. The dry-cleaning bills are adding up. At some undetermined point, Dr. Torpor may do his favorite dance, the mortal coil shuffle, and return to a ball of energy floating across strange aeons.

(Count Drahoon's Feature of Fright)

Taylor Gentry (Count Drahoon) has been in Murfreesboro his whole life, and since age five, has been in multiple theatrical plays, films, podcasts, and other independent media. He is the creator, writer, and producer of Count Drahoon’s Feature of Fright, a radio theatre style podcast in which Taylor and his cast perform tales of “fun, fright, and phenomena'' as well as interviewing guests with horror related projects. In addition to performing, he sits on the Executive Board of the Rutherford Arts Alliance, a non-profit that works to connect and promote all artists from different genres in Rutherford County, and works for the TN Army National Guard assisting service members and their families. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his girlfriend Cova Brouwer; in addition to his friends and family, reading, and watching bad movies.

(Oliver's Twisted Bargain Basement Midnight Movie Stoner Friendly Freak Show)

With a title so long even the late Linda Lovelace would call it "a mouthful", and a budget so small starving children in Africa should start sending us money, this homage to cheesy b-movie creature feature horror shows hopes to transport it's viewers back to those glorious pre-cable days before infomercials and 24 hour broadcasting, when the last stop on the cathode ray highway was the late, late movie! Hosted by a retired serial killer named Oliver, who cuts up movies now (instead of people), and his chemically dependent sidekick, Horse Head Ed, the show promises to, at the very least, keep you scratching your head. It's a show that features everything you could hope for: rubber masks, bad CGI, Oedipal complexes, action figure nudity, and only the best of the worst horror, sci-fi, and exploitation available... (in the Public Domain)...