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Monster-Tronics
03-11-2008, 01:57 PM
Monster-Tronics animatronic costumes appears on Wolfman Mac's Nightmare SINeMa Detroitís newest TV horror host which can been seen every Friday night @ 1am on My20TV WMYD Ch.20 starting 3-14-08!

Monster-Tronics animatronic creatures not only appear on some of the episodes but Monster-Tronics has also recently provided the animatronics for the shows co-host Boney Bob.

Now that Boney Bob is animatronic, it will give the shows creators more freedom in different camera shots since it is an all wireless animatronic character. No wires, no puppeteers needed because Boney Bob uses some of the same technologies used in Monster-Tronics animatronic costumes, just push a button and Boney Bob goes into action. Boney Bobís mouth movements are syncíed by the actor speaking into a wireless transmitter.

Wolfman Mac hosts classic ĎBí horror and sci-fi movies on Wolfman Macís Nightmare SINeMa which is the first locally produced broadcast television show other than the news since the mid 90ís.

Movies like Vincent Priceís "House on Haunted Hill", "Plan 9 From Outer Space", "The Brain That Wouldn't Die", and more, are enhanced with the showing of retro TV commercials and music videos that you remember growing up with. The skits are fun and campy, the movies are cheesy, and while the jokes make everyone groan, Nightmare SINeMa is always in good taste for the whole family.

Nightmare SINeMa is looking for additional sponsors for the show now. You can get a commercial for your haunt or if you have another business starting around $100.


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Monster-Tronics is also working with horror movie production companies and other horror hosts around the country so keep your eyes peeled for other M-T creatures popping up soon.


http://www.nightmaresinema.com
http://www.myspace.com/howlatthewolfman
http://www.monster-tronics.com

Regards,
Jeff Londos
Monster-Tronics
Innovators in Haunt Technologies
www.Monster-Tronics.com

bodybagging
03-11-2008, 02:07 PM
Hey Jeff, congrats on your spot, BUT I have to be HONEST, the Majority of my attention was spent OGLING that BodyBag Construction zombie costume.
Amazing what you can see on the NET!

Monster-Tronics
03-11-2008, 02:21 PM
Thanks. Yes that zombie suite was truly the highlight of the show! We could not have ripped up a stained shirt with out you!!! lol

Frighteners Entertainment
03-11-2008, 02:25 PM
Jeff, look look fantastic in black in white.

Loved it!

Monster-Tronics
03-11-2008, 02:30 PM
FYI - I donít know how I got wrangled into the scene, that was not the plan. Itís true that the camera adds 100 lbs on to you, maybe 150 lbs. hahaha

bodybagging
03-11-2008, 02:35 PM
WHAT! You Mean WALLY got stains on that zombieskinz shirt? People just dont take care of stuff I tell ya!

Monster-Tronics
03-11-2008, 02:45 PM
Those brains are really messy sometimesÖ

bodybagging
03-12-2008, 02:03 AM
lol brainsssss brainssssss brains? First time I ever heard a Zombie question Brains.....

Monster-Tronics
03-13-2008, 11:38 AM
Here is a great article in the Detroit News on Mac's show. Some good video and pictures too.

http://detnews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080313/ENT10/803130366

Many of the people on the show are from the Motor City Haunt Club, which some of you might remember helping at Hauntcon in Dearborn last year.

drfrightner
03-13-2008, 01:51 PM
Is that a real show? Where does it play. That was outragous. I love it. Larry

Monster-Tronics
03-13-2008, 05:08 PM
The show has been on cable but starting tomorrow night it goes to broadcast TV in the SE Michigan area.