Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Monster Kid Radio - Programming Update


On Wednesday afternoon, I received a phone call from Nic Brown, one of the co-hosts of the long-running B-Movie Cast, a podcast created and produced by Vince Rotolo. Vince was a friend, an inspiration, and a mentor to many of us, and I was not ready to hear what Nic had to say. Vince passed away suddenly, and if you look on Facebook, you'll see the many folks Vince and his podcast touched over the years.

Next week's planned launch of Monster Kid Radio's Lucha de Mayo will be postponed next week. Instead, I'm dedicating Episode #266 to Vince. If you have anything you'd like to contribute to the show, please feel free to call our voicemail line at 503-479-5MKR (503-479-5657), or email you thoughts or recordings to monsterkidradio@gmail.com . . .

We'll be back on track with Episode #267. Thank you.


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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Monster Kid Radio #265 - The Ballot for the 2016 Monster Rally Retro Awards


It's time to reveal the ballot for 2016's Monster Rally Retro Awards here on Monster Kid Radio, and author Stephen D. Sullivan is back to review the ballot with Derek. What are the best genre films of 1932, 1942, and 1952? You get to vote at http://tinyurl.com/rallies2016. Plus, FEEDBACK.

Dorado Films - http://www.doradofilms.com
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Next week on Monster Kid Radio:
Lucha de Mayo month! Author Frank Schildiner and 1972's Robbery of the Mummies of Guanajuato (dir. Tito Novaro)


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Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Monster Kid Radio #264 - Rodan Roundtable with Mark Maddox, Stephen D. Sullivan, and Tony Wendel


The original Rodan (dir. Ishirō Honda) is 60 years old this year, and to celebrate, Derek invited illustrator Mark Maddox, author Stephen D. Sullivan, and expert on all things gigantic Tony Wendel to join him this week for a kaiju-sized roundtable about the original film, the monster(s), its place in kaijudom . . . and a few other (mostly related!) topics along the way!

Dorado Films - http://www.doradofilms.com
Dorado Films Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Dorado-Films-387496355808

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Cushing Horrors - http://cushinghorrors.com

Monkeys Fighting Robots - http://www.monkeysfightingrobots.com/

Monster Attack! Podcast - http://www.projectiradio.com/shows/monster-attack/

Mark's amazing Rodan cover from Mad Scientist Magazine #20 - http://tinyurl.com/rodanmaddox


The opening and closing song "Space Whirlpool" (Space Whirlpool) appears by permission of The Sloptones - https://sloptones.bandcamp.com/


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Next week on Monster Kid Radio:
Stephen D. Sullivan and the ballot for the 2016 Monster Rally Retro Awards


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Monday, April 11, 2016

Monster Kid Radio #263 - The Invisible Man and Freddy Morris


You can't see them, but you'll hear Derek and his guest this week talk about the 1933 classic The Invisible Man (dir. James Whale). You don't recognize the guest's voice? It's longtime podcaster Freddy Morris from Night of the Living Podcast making his long-in-the-making first appearance on Monster Kid Radio. He plays a round of the Classic Five before he and Derek talk about The Invisible Man, its possible influence on one of the definitive werewolf films of the 1980s, and horror comedies. Also, Derek gives listeners an update on the goings on at Dorado Films and the Dorado Films Podcast.

Dorado Films - http://www.doradofilms.com
Dorado Films Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Dorado-Films-387496355808

Night of the Living Podcast - http://www.notlp.com
Night of the Living Podcast Live at The Overlook Lodge - 4/18/16 -
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Next week on Monster Kid Radio:
Rodan (dir. Ishirō Honda) round table with Mark Maddox, Stephen D. Sullivan, and Tony Wendel


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Monday, April 4, 2016

Monster Kid Radio #262 - The Phantom from 10,000 Leagues and Tadd Galusha


Derek met artist and fellow monster kid Tadd Galusha at Rose City Comic Con 2015, and he's thrilled to have him join Monster Kid Radio this week to discuss the 1955 film The Phantom from 10,000 Leagues (dir. Dan Milner). Why does this movie appeal to them? How did the classic monsters inspire Tadd as an artist? And what happens when a werewolf is abducted by aliens? You'll hear all this, as well as Tadd's responses to a round of the Classic Five, in this episode of Monster Kid Radio. Also - Listener Feedback!

And don't forget - it's still RONDO SEASON (for just a little longer)!

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Tadd Galusha, A Tadd Too Much - http://www.taddgalusha.com/

Tadd Galusha's Godzilla: Oblivion #3 Variant Cover - http://www.scifijapan.com/articles/2016/02/26/godzilla-oblivion-exclusive-tadd-galusha-previews-his-cover-for-issue-3/

Bernie Wrightson's Luchador-vs-Gill-man - http://frompartsunknown.net/?p=1459

Comic Book Plus - http://comicbookplus.com/

The opening and closing song "Squad Car / Surf Bound / Hava Nagila" (Surf Outtakes) appears by permission of The Wave Chargers - https://thewavechargers.bandcamp.com/


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If you want to be cool, you got to be a Monster Kid.


Next week on Monster Kid Radio:
Night of the Living Podcast's Freddy Morris and The Invisible Man (dir. James Whale)



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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Monster Kid Radio #261 - The Mummy and Stephen D. Sullivan


The early 1930s laid the groundwork for monster moviedom. Vampires, mad scientists, patchwork monsters . . . and mummies. 1932's The Mummy (dir. Karl Freund) put Boris Karloff in the bandages for a movie whose influence can still be felt today. Author Stephen D. Sullivan joins Derek this week on Monster Kid Radio to talk about this seminal film. Also, we have some listener feedback. And don't forget - it's RONDO SEASON!

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Cushing Horrors - http://cushinghorrors.com/

Hail to the King: 60 Years of Destruction - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVj-vNukfV8

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Next week on Monster Kid Radio:
Artist Tadd Galusha and The Phantom from 10,000 Leagues (dir. Dan Milner)



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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Monster Kid Radio #260 - The Gorgon and Joshua Kennedy


Filmmaker and monster kid Joshua Kennedy joins Derek this week to talk about one his favorite movies - 1964's The Gorgon (dir. Terence Fisher). Not only do the two talk about this underrated Hammer classic, Joshua also lets slip who his favorite director is (not that it would be hard to guess!). The Gorgon is such a favorite of Josh's that it inspired his upcoming movie The Night of Medusa (dir. Joshua Kennedy), which will be coming to DVD players near you soon! Also, Derek just found out (courtesy of The Shadow Over Portland) that the Northwest Film Center is showing a White Zombie (dir. Victor Halperin)-The Crime of Dr. Crespi (dir. John H. Auer) double feature this weekend. You know where Derek will be Saturday night! And don't forget - it's RONDO SEASON!

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Joshua Kennedy, Man of the Arts - https://www.facebook.com/JoshuaKennedy64/

Le Hammer Serenade - "Come Prima" Music Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEVRn_bVQtQ

The opening and closing song "Knife Bumps" (Knife Bump demos) appears by permission of The Jagaloons - https://thejagaloons.bandcamp.com/


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Next week on Monster Kid Radio:
Author Stephen D. Sullivan and The Mummy (dir. Karl Freund)



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