Lee Martin's The Midnight Hour Rides The Wings of Satan
If you're going to be in Michigan anytime soon and couldn't care less what the Tigers or Eminem are doing, you should certainly turn your attention to the twisted world of Lee Martin and his incredibly popular horror program "Lee Martin's The Midnight Hour".
This weekend the show will unveil its newest episode, a diabolical little venture called "The Wings of Satan," which will air throughout the month of July on Thursdays and Saturdays.
Featuring Mark Shkreli, Alana Kaniewski, Alice Gandee and Renay Rayes, this episode of the show takes us on a trip down memory lane, back to our high school days to reminisce about the adventures we had trying to get laid. Of course Martin's vision includes blackmail, revenge and an ancient cult. Not exactly "Saved by the Bell," but guaranteed to be more entertaining than watching a young Dustin Diamond run around making an ass of himself.
From the Press Release
Viewers of the hit Michigan-based TV series "Lee Martin's The Midnight Hour" will be making a detour through high school this summer. At midnight Thursday, June 30 (technically July 1), the series will roll out its latest episode, "The Wings of Satan."
In it, teenagers Neal (Mark Shkreli) and Christa (Alana Kaniewski) meet in the great outdoors for a steamy make-out session which Neal hopes will lead to sex. It nearly does, but not before their tryst is interrupted by Christa's spiteful best friend Spring (series veteran Alice Gandee) and a camera, which quickly becomes an instrument of revenge when Neal's affair with his tutor Bernie (Renay Rayes) is discovered.
In school the following day, Neal finds that Christa and Spring have raised the stakes in their nasty game of vengeance and blackmail. With a sex-offender rap in the offing, Neal retreats to Bernie's house where she reveals her participation in an ancient cult, "Aripi de Satana" and suggests a means of stopping Christa in a way that could not possibly incriminate him. What follows are some of the most exciting scenes yet depicted on the series.
The episode provides a showcase for the special props and make-ups of Jason Hiltz and photographic effects of Brian Schoof and their diabolic creations are put to great use when terrorizing an innocent bystander (Nikki Johnson).
"The Wings of Satan" airs every Thursday and Saturday throughout July, 2011. Check the schedule for channels, times and a live streaming video simulcast link. Here's a peek at a quick commercial for the show.
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