Oh yeah, if I had kids and I wanted to introduce them to classic horror, this would certainly be the way to do it. The "intrusions" would be perfect for the noted short attention spans of young children, and maybe tone down the scare factor (I remember as a kid, watching the 4:30 Movie, The Blob (original), and not wanting to admit that I was scared shitless, even with all the commercial breaks) That said, I DON'T have kids, and the break ups of the movies' momentum is a little jarring for me. Especially since I have dozens of movie channels and hundreds of Blu-Rays at the ready. As for comparing him to other horror hosts, the only other one I watch is Joe Bob Briggs on The Last Drive-In. And yes, he's intrusive too. It's fine on movies I'm familiar with, but I've watched a few Last Drive-In movies that I had never seen before, and the constant interruptions really disturbed the flow of the movie.