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Stan the Mechanic Hosts A Halloween Triple Feature

Friday, October 22, 2021 | News

Parrlime Productions, the LGBTQ+ production company known for creating diverse film and television content is thrilled to collaborate again with TV horror host “Stan The Mechanic.” In the great tradition set by Vampira, Zacherley, Svengoolie and Elvira, Stan the Mechanic is hosting three Halloween horror classics this month: Scream Bloody Murder, Devil Times Five, and The Bat, all of which are now available on the official Stan The Mechanic website!

Created and played by actor, writer and comedian John A. Hernandez, “Stan The Mechanic” is the one and only Satanic Mechanic, and has been chosen by the Devil to perpetuate all sorts of mischief and mayhem against humankind by using automobiles. During his downtime he likes to relax and crack jokes with his friends while watching horror movies. As a gay male, Stan enjoys showcasing queer Horror, but nothing is off-limits for this naughty little demon. “Stan The Mechanic” has appeared on Here TV, Vimeo, and YouTube. Hernandez is a proud New Yorker of Puerto Rican and Italian heritage. As an out and proud gay man, he identifies as a bear and is truly honored to help give visibility to the LGBTQ+ community and people of size in the horror genre.

“With an ever growing and engaged audience, we decided to host these movies on our home page so everyone can enjoy them for free at any time they want once they are live,” says Hernandez. “We’ll leave them up all year round too because for horror fans like myself every day is Halloween. We celebrate the genre all year long, not just in October!”

See all three spooktacular episodes right now at

Rocco T. Thompson
Rue Morgue's Online Managing Editor, Rocco is a Rondo-nominated film journalist and avid devotee of all things weird and outrageous. He penned the cover story for Rue Morgue's landmark July/Aug 2019 "Queer Fear" Special Issue, and is an associate producer on In Search of Darkness: Part III, the latest installment in CreatorVC's popular 1980s horror documentary series.