I did not grow up with horror hosts as a kid. We had some kind of "control voice" that introduced both "The Outer Limits" and "Sci-Fi Flicks" on Channel 2, but there was no actual host to watch. Hence, I have no emotional attachment to these types of shows like many of my friends do. I've never really cared about seeing them, though I have enjoyed several documentaries about the phenomenon, both reading and watching them.
Saturday, September 30, 2017
I remember when the Sci-Fi Network started, and how fun it was for a couple years. They showed old movies all the time, with great prints, had a cartoon block early Sunday mornings and we all though there would be more and better things coming our way. Since I don't have cable (cut the cord years ago) I've only ever seen it a few times here and there, but mostly it seems to be second run made for tv/dvd movies from cheap companies. Some of them are decent entertainment, but most are just not very good.