Thursday, November 15, 2018

Monster Kid Radio #395 - Night of Terror with Christopher Page


Christopher Page (Orphaned Entertainment and the Time Shifters Podcast) gets down with Bela Lugosi this week when he and Derek experience a Night of Terror (Benjamin Stoloff). How much Lugosi is needed for a movie to be considered a Lugosi film? Find out in this episode. Kenny's Famous Monsters of Filmland segment tells us how Lugosi was represented in the famous magazine, and the editor of that magazine - Forrest J Ackerman - appeared in the movie Derek saw at the Joy Cinema on Weird Wednesday. He and Jeff Polier saw and talk about the 1971 classic Dracula vs. Frankenstein (dir. Al Adamson).

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Nosferatu at Portland's Hollywood Theatre - https://hollywoodtheatre.org/comingsoon/

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Next week:
Horror of Dracula (dir. Terence Fisher) with Steven Lee


The opening and closing song "Return of the Skeleton" (Return of the Skeleton) appears by permission of Surf Zombies



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Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Monster Kid Radio #394 - Fantastic Voyage (dir. Richard Fleischer) with Scott Morris


Put on your diving suit and get start the miniaturization process because this week on Monster Kid Radio, Scott Morris joins Derek to discuss the 1966 film Fantastic Voyage (dir. Richard Fleischer). The movie has some Disney connections, and since Scott is one of the high muckety mucks at Disney, Indiana, he brings some of that Mickey Mouse knowledge to the proceedings. Ken Blose's Famous Monsters of Filmland segment tells us how Fantastic Voyage was represented in the magazine, and Jeff Polier's Weird Wednesday report tells us what he thought of a recent offering at the Joy Cinema.

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"Nightmare Machine" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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"Secret of Tiki Island" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Next week:
Night of Terror (dir. Benjamin Stoloff) with Orphaned Entertainment's Christopher Page


The opening and closing song "The Man From LOX (Liquid Oxygen Theme)" (Atom Jacks EP) appears by permission of The Atom Jacks



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Friday, November 2, 2018

Monster Kid Radio #393 - The Beach Girls and the Monster (dir. Jon Hall) with Karen Joan Kohoutek


A new voice on the podcast this week to talk about one of Derek's old favorites - 1965's The Beach Girls and the Monster (dir. Jon Hall). Karen Joan Kohoutek is this week's guest, and after she and Derek try their best to contain their gushing about Robert E. Howard, they get down to business and explore the film. Also, even though Halloween 2018 is behind us, Derek and Karen keep the Halloween spirit alive by talking about her novel The Jack-o-Lantern Box. Kenny's Famous Monsters of Filmland segment and Feedback with Brenda round out this week's episode.

The Jack-o-Lantern Box on Lulu.com - http://www.lulu.com/shop/karen-joan-kohoutek/the-jack-o-lantern-box/paperback/product-21831301.html

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"Queen of Fire and Steel and Slaughter: Bêlit’s Hymn By Karen Joan Kohoutek" - https://onanunderwood5.blogspot.com/2017/10/queen-by-fire-and-steel-and-slaughter.html

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 "Nightmare Machine" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Next week:
Fantastic Voyage (dir. Richard Fleischer) with Scott Morris


The opening and closing song "More Fumes" (Expedition Earth) appears by permission of The Undead Bureaucrats



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Thursday, October 25, 2018

Monster Kid Radio #392 - Paul Curtis and The Vampire Bat (dir. Frank R. Strayer)


Have you seen The Vampire Bat (dir. Frank R. Strayer)? If not, Paul Curtis may convince you to put it right at the top of your To Watch list! And if you have, you already know what Derek knows - it's a solid film! This week, Paul and Derek break down what could very well be considered an unofficial Universal horror film (and you'll need to listen to their conversation to understand why we're calling it that!). And to round out our coverage of The Vampire Bat, Ken Blose tells us how the film was originally presented and covered in Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine. All this, plus Listener Feedback with Brenda! Let's do this!

Monster Kid Radio Adjacent Events
Scream, Blacula, Scream - Hollywood Theatre (Portland, OR), 10/26 - https://hollywoodtheatre.org/events/scream-blacula-scream/
The Phantom of the Opera with Live Organ - Hollywood Theatre (Portland, OR), 10/27 - https://hollywoodtheatre.org/events/the-phantom-of-the-opera-silent-1925/
The Mask - 5th Avenue Cinema (Portland, OR) - 10/27 - http://www.5thavecinema.com/mask/

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Original editing script for Dracula A.D. 1972 (courtesy of Bryan in OKC)


 "Nightmare Machine" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Next week:
The Beach Girls and the Monster (dir. Jon Hall) with Karen Joan Kohoutek


The opening and closing song "Syren" appears by permission of The Sloptones



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Thursday, October 18, 2018

Monster Kid Radio #391 - Dracula A.D. 1972, Alistair Hughes' Infogothic, David Acord's Graveyard Groove


We're putting the TREAT in Trick-or-Treat in Episode #391 of Monster Kid Radio! Author/illustrator Alistair Hughes joins Derek to talk about what they both consider a classic - Dracula A.D. 1972 (dir. Alan Gibson). Alistair also has a new book coming out on Halloween - Infogothic: An Unauthorised Guide to Hammer Horror - and if you're not motivated to preorder your own copy of the book by the time this episode is over, you're not paying attention! Alistair Hughes isn't the only author appearing this week. David Acord drops by to discuss his book Graveyard Groove: The Haunted History of Monster Music from "Monster Mash" to Horror Punk, which is required reading before you put together your Halloween party playlist! Kenny Blose's Famous Monsters of Filmland segment, Weird Wednesday with Dominique Lamssies and Jeff Polier (Weird Wednesday's movie this week was Christopher R. Mihm's Weresquito: Nazi Hunter), and Listern Feedback with Brenda round out this EPIC episode! Dig the music, kids!

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Halloween Events (as reported by Classic Horrors Club's Rich Chamberlain)
Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde Silent Film Event - Plaza Cinema (Ottawa, KS), 10/20 - https://www.facebook.com/events/2185931494750304/
The Lost World - Silents in the Cathedral (Topeka, KS), 10/26 -
http://www.kssilentfilmfest.org/SilentsintheCathedral/2018/index.html
The Hunchback of Notre Dame in Concert - Kansas City Symphony (Kansas City, MO), 10/31 - https://tickets.kcsymphony.org/single/PSDetail.aspx?psn=13500

Monster Kid Radio Adjacent Events
Horror of Dracula - NW Film Center (Portland, OR), 10/19 - https://nwfilm.org/films/horror-of-dracula/
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari with Live Musical Accompaniment - The Joy Cinema (Tigard, OR), 10/20 - http://www.thejoycinema.com/index.html
Scream, Blacula, Scream - Hollywood Theatre (Portland, OR), 10/26 - https://hollywoodtheatre.org/events/scream-blacula-scream/
The Phantom of the Opera with Live Organ - Hollywood Theatre (Portland, OR), 10/27 - https://hollywoodtheatre.org/events/the-phantom-of-the-opera-silent-1925/
The Mask - 5th Avenue Cinema (Portland, OR) - 10/27 - http://www.5thavecinema.com/mask/

Monster Kid Radio on TeePublic - https://www.teepublic.com/user/monsterkidradio

"Nightmare Machine" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Next week:
1933's The Vampire Bat (dir. Frank R. Strayer) with Paul Curtis, and 2018's Dracula's Ghost with creator Craig Scott Lamb


The opening and closing song "Monster Surf Party" (Monster Beach Surf Party) appears by permission of Jered Caywood



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