Saturday, December 22, 2012

Happy Holidays From Shock Theatre

Shock Theatre would like to take a moment and thank all of our ghouls and goblins out there for your support over the past year. For this holiday season we wish you all peace and prosperity.....!

Leslie Gladney Bio

Mystery, beauty and brains are words that perhaps best describe Dr. Shock’s infamous horror hosting sidekick. They also happen to describe Leslie Gladney, a young and vibrant actress, who has joined the Shock Theatre family and has been cast in the role of the devilishly lovely Nurse Goodbody.

Gladney has an enchanting presence on camera and on stage, which brings an intriguing element of mystery to the Shock Theater cast. She’s bright, witty and creative, along with a versatile palette of acting skills. Leslie is a lifelong fan of all things horror which has led her to a career in acting.

While Leslie prefers the horror genre, her roles have not been limited to that alone; she has also appeared in numerous commercials, music videos and independent films.

In her spare time, she enjoys movies, costuming, participating in paranormal investigations, attending horror conventions and going to concerts.

While Leslie is truly a practitioner of the arts, she also holds a degree in Computer Science.

Brains and beauty, what more could Dr. Shock ask for!

Saturday, January 7, 2012

Doc Posts New Content on YouTube

Ghostly Greetings.. to all my disciples of doom!

Doc has been busy lately trying to post our first Episode, Night of the Living Dead on You Tube. I've uploaded the segments to a playlist entitled Shock Theatre's Night of the Living Dead. I've also embedded the playlist on our website

In addition to the full movie presentation, for those who have already seen NOTLD, I've posted the individual Shock Theatre Scenes to YouTube also. This should make it easier for you to view our work.

YouTube Link

Saturday, December 24, 2011

Feed Back About Shock Theatre's First Episode NOTLD

Haunted Holidays to all you bad Ghosts, Ghouls and Goblins....!  It's Doc here and I wanted to start a thread where we would like to hear from you! Please, tell us what you liked and didn't like about the show to air on Christmas Night. Be honest and tell us what you think.

This will help us dial in your interests and dislikes about any aspect of the production.It will help us a lot so again, don't hold back, CRITIQUE us, if you didn't like something let it be known. If you did like something, likewise... tell us how you felt.

Thanks for all the support...


Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Shock Theatre to air on WDEF and TuffTV

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Shock Theatre to Air on WDEF and TuffTV

The Infamous Shock Theatre will make it’s historic return to the airwaves on WDEF and TuffTV.              
Chattanooga, TN. -- December 8, 2011 -- A haunted world featuring classic and contemporary horror films, hosted by the neurotic ghoul Dr. Shock and his devilishly lovely sidekick Nurse Goodbody. Joining them is the mischievous prankster puppet Dingbat and a new addition as puppet master, a “dream reaper,” known as The“Dirge.”  The three exchange humorous banter and discuss facts drawn from “Night of the Living Dead:, presented by New Shock Theater .

The cast and crew of Shock Theatre  has completed shooting and editing for a full 2 hour Shock Theatre presentation of “Night of the Living Dead.” 40 years after leaving the airwaves Shock Theatre will make it’s historic return to WDEF TV12 and TuffTV.

Shock Theatre has created a zombie apocalypse back story to augment their debut presentation of George Romero’s “Night of the Living Dead.” The program is due to air three separate times for WDEF TV12 and TuffTV. The first airing is scheduled for Saturday, December 17th at Midnight on TuffTV. Then get ready for an all Shock Theatre Christmas Night as Shock Theatre’s “Night of the Living Dead” airs twice on December 25th. The first airing will be at 9pm to 11pm on TuffTV, then at Midnight Shock Theatre returns to WDEF for an historic encore presentation.

Saturday, December 17th  at 9pm to 11pm on TuffTV
Sunday, December 25th (Christmas Night) at 9pm to 11p,m on TuffTV
Sunday, December 25th (Christmas Night) at midnight (12am to 2am) on WDEF TV12
Jack Gray, who portrays Dr. Shock and is a lead producer for the program along with Johnny Stockman, goes on to say, “we’ve created a whole zombie apocalypse back story as a wrap around horror hosting package for “Night of the Living Dead.” It’s a full 2 hour program with skits, original music, movie facts, horror news and comes complete with an onboard sponsor Aretha Frankenstein’s Pancake Mix.

We’re so grateful that Jeff Brakebill from Aretha Frankestein’s has been an early supporter of the Shock Theatre project and we can think of no other product line more fitting than Aretha Frankenstein’s Pancake Mix.

This is the latest phase in an attempt by Gray and the cast and crew of Shock Theatre to have the infamous horror hosting program revamped and air on a a local station. “WDEF TV12 and TuffTV have really stepped up to the plate and given Shock Theatre a warm reception and we’re looking forward to the success of the first airing of Shock Theatre’s Night of the Living Dead” Gray says.