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Joslynm wrote at 2007-06-28 15:57:51
I absolutely remember this show and am racking my brain to come up with the title. Something like Late Nite Drive In Freakshow...

It was different from MST3K in that they did not show the whole movie - I think each episode consisted of clips from two or three different horror flicks, and yes, they were very gory, often hilariously so.

Stephen wrote at 2008-02-29 21:21:21
Yes I remember this I have been looking all over for info on this online and found nothing. I do remember somewhat the title of the show being something like "Saturday Night Drive In". They showed clips from movies like Stepfather, Re-Animator, and Nightbreed. And yes it was on Comedy Central. But this is all I remember. It didn't run for a very long period of time.

Wally wrote at 2009-12-08 00:46:55
I'm so glad someone else remembers this show!  For several years now, I have been looking for information on it because I wanted to try to watch the movies that was on it.  Since I was young at the time, I have no memory of what it may have been.  However, I have done some research, and I am wondering it was an episode of The Higgins Boy and Gruber.  Maybe it was just an episode instead of a series.  Even if its not, I am pretty sure it was on the Comedy Channel.  As I was reading about it, it completely sounds like something that would have been in the early programming.

bizzle wrote at 2011-04-14 05:32:52
I remember the show you are talking about, but also can't remember any details (like the hosts or name of the show)

Little Port wrote at 2012-08-08 19:01:32
The name of the show was Drive Movies hosted by Buzz Killman. He is still doing it. Here is the link.

Jeff wrote at 2013-07-25 20:48:47
Drive-In Reviews.  It was hosted by a guy named Buzz Killmna

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