Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #249 - Meet Monster Kid/Filmmaker Joshua Kennedy, plus holiday greetings!


This week's Monster Kid Radio guest just had one of his movies accepted into next year's Miami International Science Fiction Film Festival, but before that happens, he spends some time with us here on the podcast. Joshua Kennedy is a film student who's been making waves in the retro monster film community, and in this week's episode, he and Derek talk about his background (he was a Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Award nominee - when he was 15!), his movies, and his favorite Hammer actress. We also play a round of the Classic Five! You'll get all this and a batch of holiday greetings from previous Monster Kid Radio guests.

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Next time on Monster Kid Radio:

The winners of the 2015 Monster Rally Retro Awards


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Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #248 - Dark Intruder and Ken Johnson


This week's movie was featured on last week's Holiday Gift Guide, and this week, Derek will talk a bit more about 1965's Dark Intruder (dir. Harvey Hart). He doesn't do it alone, though. He's joined by frequent horror convention attendee and horror podcast connoisseur Ken Johnson. After this breezy chat about this Leslie Nielsen(!) horror flick - and a round of the Classic Five - we'll hear from Tony Wendell from The Gigantic Project about the recent MKR episodes covering a couple of kaiju films.

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Thursday, December 10, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #247 - 2015 Holiday Gift Guide - YouTube Edition

Monster Kid Radio #247 - 2015 Holiday Gift Guide


It's time for one of Monster Kid Radio's annual traditions - the Holiday Gift Guide! All year, Derek has been keeping track of various movies, books, etc., that would make an EXCELLENT gift for the holidays for the monster kid in your life!

For another fantastically monstrous holiday gift guide, head over to Collecting Classic Monsters! http://collectingclassicmonsters.com/2015-holiday-gift-guide

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Next week on Monster Kid Radio:
Ken Johnson and Dark Intruder (dir. Harvey Hart)


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Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #246 - Ghidrah, the Three-Headed Monster vs. Stephen D. Sullivan


Stephen D. Sullivan is back in the second installment in what turned into a kaiju double feature here on Monster Kid Radio as he and Derek tackle Ghidrah, the Three-Headed Monster (dir. Ishirō Honda). Also, it's the time of the month for the Executive Producer Roll Call!

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Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #245 - Godzilla vs. The Thing vs. Stephen D. Sullivan


Mothra vs. Godzilla was released as Godzilla vs. The Thing (dir. Ishirō Honda) in the US, and that's the film we're talking about this week on Monster Kid Radio. Author and kaiju fan Stephen D. Sullivan joins the podcast for this king (of the monsters)-sized episode, but before talking about the movie, Steve catches Derek up on the latest on the Sullivan-writing front.

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Next week on Monster Kid Radio:
Stephen D. Sullivan and Ghidrah, the Three-Headed Monster (dir. Ishirō Honda)


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Monday, November 16, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #244 - The Time Machine and Christopher Page


We're going to do a little time traveling this week on Monster Kid Radio when Orphaned Entertainment's Christopher Page joins Derek to talk about the 1960 film The Time Machine (dir. George Pal). This conversation (in METROCOLOR!) actually took place a few month's ago, but thanks to the miracle of time travel, you now have this chat in your podcast player. Enjoy your trip, and watch out for the Morlocks!

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Next week on Monster Kid Radio:
Stephen D. Sullivan and Godzilla vs. The Thing (dir. Ishirō Honda)


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Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #243 - Scott Roche and The Tingler


This week on Monster Kid Radio, we meet monster kid Scott Roche, the author of the new horror short story anthology House of Phobos and one of the co-hosts of the Dead Robots' Society. After learning about his background and his recent run of classic-monster-inspired short stories over on his Patreon page, he and Derek tackle the 1959 Vincent Price film The Tingler (dir. William Castle). Also, Derek announces the next Monster Kid Radio Crash (sorry for the short notice!), and offers a few words about the recent passing of two important people to monster-kid-dom.

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Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #242 - Donnie Dunagan & Halloween 2015 Debrief


The company behind the 2015 movie Tales of Dracula has a son of Frankenstein in their corner, and this week on the podcast, that Frankenstein son talks with Monster Kid Radio. Derek was thrilled to speak with Donnie Dunagan and his role as Peter von Frankenstein in Son of Frankenstein (dir. Rowland V. Lee) as well as his potential involvement in Wolfbain Productions' upcoming Tales of Dracula 2! Along the way, you'll learn how YOU can help support this upcoming movie. Also, Derek looks back on the events of last month and Halloween, and goes through the Patreon Executive Producer roll call.

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Donnie Dunagan Tales of Dracula 2 Endorsement Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U_s25eUdM60



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Scott Roche and The Tingler (dir. William Castle)


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Monday, October 26, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #241 - Island of Lost Souls with Michael Legge (Dr. Dreck)


Are we not monster kids? Michael Legge (aka Dr. Dreck) joins Derek this week to talk about one of the good doctor's favorite horror films. Are we not monster kids? The two of them tackle 1932's Island of Lost Souls (dir. Erle C. Kenton). Are we not monster kids? Along the way, Michael and Derek touch on other cinematic versions of the H. G. Wells' novel The Island of Doctor Moreau, but their focus remains on the first (and best) adaptation of this science fiction classic. (Can you guess who hasn't read the original novel?) Plus, FEEDBACK.

Are we not monster kids?

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Next week on Monster Kid Radio:
An interview with Donnie Dunagan (Son of Frankenstein, Bambi, etc.) and a Halloween 2015 debrief


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Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Somebody Needs a Doodle (or Happy Birthday Bela!)

Has Google ever done a Google Doodle celebrating Bela Lugosi's birthday? If not, you'd think with his birthday being barely a week-and-a-half from Halloween, it would be a no-brainer. Whether or not Google chooses to celebrate the master, Monster Kid Radio's Derek is recognizing birthday boy Bela today by running down some of his favorite Lugosi performances in no particular order:

Ygor - Son of Frankenstein/Ghost of Frankenstein. Derek recently revealed that Ygor is one of his favorite Jack Pierce make-up designs, and while Pierce's work is without equal, Lugosi's performance is certainly as responsible for the success of that character. That Ygor was originally written as a much smaller part in Son of Frankenstein is unfathomable at this point. Lugosi steals the show. His Ygor in Ghost of Frankenstein is still enjoyable, even if he is a little cleaned up a little bit.

Dr. Paul Carruthers - The Devil Bat. As much as he's associated with playing vampires (and a very specific vampire at that), Lugosi also shines in the role of the mad scientist. The Devil Bat is one of the best of the poverty row films, and that's almost solely because of Lugosi's varied performance as the scientist driven to guilty revenge.

Dr. Vitus Werdegast - The Black Cat. At first blush, one might think Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff were miscast in this film. Karloff as the villain? Lugosi as the sort of hero? That doesn't make any sense, does it? Oh, it does in this film. It's fascinating to see both of these titans of terror play against type, and it's a shame Lugosi didn't have more opportunities to play characters like this. (Granted, Werdegast does take things a bit too far when he finally has his way with Karloff's Poelzig.)

Von Housen - Vampire Over London (My Son, The Vampire). Is this high art? No. Does Lugosi have an opportunity to disspell the myth that he couldn't handle comedy? Definitely. Additionally, there are shades of mad scientist here as well which always makes Bela watchable.

Count Dracula - Dracula. Is there anything that hasn't already been said about his performance in this groundbreaking film? (Will you be seeing this film when it plays in the theater this month courtesy of Fathom Events? Derek can't wait!)

Clearly there are more films in Lugosi's filmography worthy of extra attention and/or praise. What are some of your favorites?

Monday, October 19, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #240 - Strephon Taylor and Jack Pierce, The Maker of Monsters


The work of Jack Pierce is undeniably one of the cornerstones of what we as monster kids LOVE, and while we here at Monster Kid Radio Headquarters might know a few things about the man, we could certainly stand to learn more. Fortunately filmmaker Strephon Taylor is here to help us with his new documentary Jack Pierce, The Maker of Monsters. This new release from November Fire relates Pierce's early life, his incredible career, and even some of his activities away from the make-up chair. After learning a bit about Stephon's background as a monster kid, and a lot more about Jack Pierce, Derek and Strephon go over their top three favorite Jack Pierce make-up designs. Also, Derek mentions two upcoming Monster Kid Radio Crashes happening in the Portland area!

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Next week on Monster Kid Radio:
Michael Legge (Dr. Dreck) and 1932's Island of Lost Souls (dir. Erle C. Kenton)


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Monday, October 12, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #239 - The Inner Sanctum Mysteries with Paul McComas


For the first time, Derek recorded an episode of Monster Kid Radio with a REAL LIFE PERSON (he's not related to!) at Monster Kid Radio Headquarters when Paul McComas dropped in during his recent trip to the Pacific Northwest. As one of the biggest fans of Lon Chaney, Jr., ANY of us know, Derek knew Paul was the PERFECT guest to discuss the films Calling Dr. Death (dir. Reginald Le Borg), Weird Woman (dir. Reginald Le Borg), Dead Man's Eyes (dir. Reginald Le Borg), The Frozen Ghost (dir. Harold Young), Strange Confession (dir. John Hoffman), and Pillow of Death (dir. Wallace Fox) - the Inner Sanctum Mysteries. Some of these movies are great. Some . . . leave a bit to be desired. Come along for the Chaney ride with Derek and (Birthday Boy) Paul as they pick apart the films, and take some delightful Lon, Jr., sidetracks along the way. Also, Derek announces the next few Monster Kid Radio Crashes happening in the Portland area!

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Happy birthday, Paul!

Next week on Monster Kid Radio:
Director Strephon Taylor and his documentary Jack Pierce, The Maker of Monsters

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Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Frequent MKR Guest Dr. Gangrene Puts Safety First This Halloween Season

Shackle Island Studios and Red Headed Revolution Pictures have unveiled their newest Public Safety Film, Happy Halloween With Dr. Gangrene. The new short film features Larry Underwood as Dr. Gangrene listing a number of safety tips to pint sized trick-or-treaters. The safety film was written by Larry Underwood and directed by Cameron McCasland. It was filmed in Middle Tennessee and features McCasland's young children Roxie & Marie McCasland as well as Jessica and Joseph Auguon Drake Jr. whom McCasland had previously worked with on other projects. The poster for the short was designed by J. Kyle Kelly at Villain Place in Nashville, TN. Kelly also shared shooting duties and editing on the project. The cartoon image of Dr. Gangrene is courtesy of artist Jeff Carlson.

Underwood said of the project, “Halloween is a magical time of year, and we want kids to have fun and be safe out there. You know what they say, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, or candy, as the case may be.”


This new public safety film follows in a long line of shorts from collaborators McCasland & Underwood. Their "Go Green With Dr. Gangrene" series ran for several years and received praise from the governor of Tennessee and the Nashville City Council. It also garnered national attention, picking up awards from the AEGIS awards, Ava Awards, MarCom Awards, Blingy Awards, The Accolade Competition, The DV Awards, a Public Service award from the Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards, and four Emmy nominations from the Midsouth Chapter of the National Television Academy of Arts & Sciences.

Happy Halloween With Dr. Gangrene will air on The CW network as well as the NECAT network locally in Nashville, which currently airs re-reruns of the television program "Dr. Gangrene Presents." It will also be screening at a number of Halloween-themed events in October hosted by Dr. Gangrene, including the rock n' roll extravaganza Dr. Gangrene's Horror Hootenanny.

In addition to this new short film, Underwood & McCasland are helping fans celebrate Halloween by making their 2010 Emmy nominated made for television movie The Dreadful Hallowgreen Special available to stream for free during the month of October on the Dr. Gangrene YouTube channel. The half-hour comedy also features New England's Penny Dreadful and the legendary Count Gore DeVol.


2015 has been a banner year for the horror film making duo. Underwood's Dr. Gangrene was inducted into the Horror Host Hall of Fame during Horrorhound Weekend in Cincinnati, Ohio. His web series The Fantastic Films of Vincent Price just completed its 44th episode, and he picked up his third Rondo Statuette this time for his "Tales From The Lab" blog. McCasland was named Indie Director Of The Year at the 2015 Indieville TV Awards. His feature length slasher film The Lashman was the recipient of a Matchflick Flicker Award for Best Throwback film. His newly released short film Tailypo recently picked up honors at the Imaginarium Film Festival. And he has also picked up hardware for his video producing work on several music industry related projects including a Communicator award for his documentary I Heard The Devil Say My Name Out Loud

Monday, October 5, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #238 - A Monster Kid at the HP Lovecraft Film Festival and BREAKING STEPHEN D. SULLIVAN NEWS


After a bit of BREAKING NEWS from Stephen D. Sullivan, Derek takes Monster Kid Radio back to last weekend for the 20th Annual HP Lovecraft Film Festival. While there, he introduced a film, participated in a panel, gave a presentation, and interviewed a few fellow guests like Chris McMillan, Reber Clark, and Sean Hoade. Near the end of the fest, Derek sat down outside the Hollywood Theatre with one and only Brian Callahan to talk about the entire weekend (and, of course, start teasing about what we might all see next year!). Featuring the return of The Classic Five!

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Derek and Wilbur Whateley at the 2015 HP Lovecraft Film Festival





Sunday, October 4, 2015

Potential change to this week's episode

Last week, I stated that Episode 238 would be all about the Inner Sanctum Mysteries, and would feature returning guest Paul McComas. With the HP Lovecraft Film Festival this past weekend, I find myself needing to change things up and running the Inner Sanctum Mysteries show w/ Paul for Episode 239, leaving 238 for the HPL Film Fest.

What will you get on the Monster Kid Radio feed this Tuesday? It may be Paul and the Inner Sanctum, it may be coverage from the HPL Film Fest . . . STAY TUNED!

Monday, September 28, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #237 - A Monster Kid Goes to a Comic Con, plus Listener Feedback


Derek attended the Rose City Comic Con earlier this month. Listen to find out what this monster kid found at the convention (appearances by Rebecca Hicks, Kyle Yount, Rachel Cook, Keith Foster, and Tadd Galusha). Also, LISTENER FEEDBACK.

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Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #236 - Is Tom Biegler one of the First Men in the Moon?


In 1964, Ray Harryhausen helped to bring to life the film First Men in the Moon (dir. Nathan H. Juran). In 2015, Tom Biegler returns to Monster Kid Radio to discuss the film with Derek. After briefly catching up with Tom, the two monster kids dive into the movie, and, warning - SPOILERS AHEAD.

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There is no such thing as a Harryhausen saturation point.

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Monday, September 14, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #235 - The War of the Gargantuas with Tony Wendell (The Gigantic Project)


Who will survive The War of the Gargantuas (dir. Ishirō Honda)? Derek? This week's guest Tony Wendell? YOU??? Listen to this episode of Monster Kid Radio to find out! SPOILER ALERT - while sidetracking about Ultraman, Godzilla's Revenge, Godzilla vs. Megalon,and a number of other topics, Derek and Tony do a pretty good job of spoiling The War of the Gargantuas. Also, Stephen D. Sullivan leaves more feedback regarding his previous voicemail about Doctor Who, and the next Monster Kid Radio Crash is announced.

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The Gigantic Project - http://thegiganticproject.com/

Are You Killing Your Fandom? - http://areyoukillingyourfandom.com/

The Joy Cinema - http://www.thejoycinema.com/

The opening and closing song "Bikini Atoll" (from the album We Come in Peace) appears by permission of The Revomatics - http://therevomatics.com/

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You can't always be in the Maser canon division.

 

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Friday, September 11, 2015

A slight change to Monster Kid Radio

As mentioned in Episode #234 of Monster Kid Radio, I'm making a small change to the podcast starting next week. Instead of there being two episodes a week of the podcast, there will be one.

Listeners will not lose any content. Instead of having the week's topic split into two episodes, the week's singular episode will contain the entire conversation with that week's guest/about that week's topic in one episode. The episode length will increase to accommodate the entire chat.

Nothing else about your regular dose of Monster Kid Radio content is changing. The Facebook page and the Patreon page have been updated to reflect this change.

Stay tuned! There are some EXCITING things in the works at Monster Kid Radio Headquarters!

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #234 - The Return of the Vampire, the returning Ron Nelson


Ron Nelson continues his stay on Monster Kid Radio as he and Derek wrap up their conversation about the film The Return of the Vampire (dir. Lew Landers). Spoiler alert - Ron and Derek love this film! During their discussion, they make if-you-squint-you-might-see-them-too links from this film to The Monster Squad and even kinda-sorta Star Wars. Also, Stephen D. Sullivan calls in to drop some serious Doctor Who knowledge. At the end of this episode, Derek makes a special announcement about the future of Monster Kid Radio.

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Rose City Comic Con - http://rosecitycomiccon.com/

The Fantastic Cinema Podcast - https://fantasticcinemapodcast.wordpress.com/
A Movie a Day - https://cinemacapsule.wordpress.com/

The opening and closing song "Hang Ten, El Diablo" (from the album Surfin' One Hell of a Wave!) appears by permission of The Lurids - https://www.facebook.com/TheLurids - https://thelurids.bandcamp.com/)

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If you have Lugosi, you better shoot the eyes.


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Monday, September 7, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #233 - Ron Nelson and The Return of the Vampire


Derek welcomes Ron Nelson to the podcast to talk about what could easily have been Bela Lugosi's second turn at playing Dracula on the big screen . . . except it really wasn't. (Call off your lawyers, Universal!) It's The Return of the Vampire (dir. Lew Landers). Before diving into this 1943 monster mash-up from Columbia, Derek and Ron talk a bit about their similar history as monster kids growing up in the VHS era. Also, Derek responds to some (green) slimy listener feedback regarding Episodes #229 and #230.

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H. P. Lovecraft Film Festival - http://cthulhucon.com/cthulhucon-pdx#top
Rose City Comic Con - http://rosecitycomiccon.com/
The Living Dead Horror Convention - http://www.livingdeadcon.com/

The opening and closing song "Riding the Black Ash" (from the album Surfin' One Hell of a Wave!) appears by permission of The Lurids - https://www.facebook.com/TheLurids - https://thelurids.bandcamp.com/)

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Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #232 - Going on a TARDIS ride with Peter Cushing and Casey Criswell


Casey Criswell is one of Derek's co-hosts on 1951 Down Place where they talk about Hammer Films once a month. On Episode #232 on Monster Kid Radio, they talk about a different kind of British genre film - Daleks - Invasion Earth: 2150 A. D. (dir. Gordon Flemyng). In the film, Peter Cushing plays Who. Who? Peter Cushing. Peter Cushing plays Who? Exactly.

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http://www.cinemafromage.com
http://www.1951downplace.com
http://www.bloodygoodhorror.com
http://www.bloodygoodhorror.com/bgh/podcasts/the-instomatic

Robert Osborne introduces Daleks - Invasion Earth: 2150 A. D. on TCM - https://youtu.be/mpbI2hnxWPM

The opening and closing song "Dawn of the Living Finks" (from the album R.P.M.) appears by permission of Boss Fink - http://www.doublecrownrecords.com/boss-fink-r-p-m-cd/ - https://www.facebook.com/BossFink

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Daleks - Invasion Earth: 2150 A. D. Trailer - https://youtu.be/aHSyoMPQibI

Next week on Monster Kid Radio - The Return of the Vampire - https://youtu.be/SKRPxULJ2BQ


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Monday, August 31, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #231 - Who's Who With Casey Criswell, Doctor Who, and Invading Daleks


It's finally happening. Casey Criswell, the man of many podcasts, is joining Derek for an episode of Monster Kid Radio. The movie on deck? 1966's Daleks - Invasion Earth: 2150 A. D. (dir. Gordon Flemyng). Derek makes the shocking admission that he's never seen an episode of any incarnation of Doctor Who (even though he's had friends over the years give him DVDs of Who to watch!), Casey makes a few jokes, and together, they may just succeed in defeating the Daleks. Or, at least, this movie's version of the Daleks. Casey breaks down the main differences between the Who-isms in the film and the television series.

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http://www.bloodygoodhorror.com/bgh/podcasts/the-instomatic

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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #230 - The Green Slime has slimed Chris McMillan and Jeff Polier


The Green Slime (dir. Kinji Fukasaku) is HERE . . . and so is The Shadow Over Portland's Chris McMillan and The Polier Graveyard's Jeff Polier. Chris and Jeff join Derek to discuss more of their thoughts of this 1968 gem. Along the way, Michael Bay comes up (more than once), and Jeff tells us what he thinks of the movie Monster Kid Radio is tackling next week with Casey Criswell. You'll get all this, plus a listener voicemail in episode #230 of the Rondo-award winning Monster Kid Radio!

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The Oncoming Storm: A Doctor Who Spinoff Media Podcast - http://theoncomingstorm.libsyn.com/

Shadow Over Portland - http://shadowoverportland.blogspot.com/

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The opening and closing song "(009) Dick Tiki" (from the album Idol Worship) appears by permission of The Tiki Creeps - https://tikicreeps.bandcamp.com/

Roxanne's Cocktail Lounge - http://www.roxanneslounge.com/

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You’ll believe it when you find, something screaming ‘cross your mind...


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Monday, August 24, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #229 - Getting into The Green Slime with Chris McMillan and Jeff Polier


While Derek is headed to a panel planning meeting for the 1st Annual Living Dead Horror Convention, he takes the time to discuss the 1968 favorite The Green Slime (dir. Kinji Fukasaku) with The Shadow Over Portland's Chris McMillan and The Polier Graveyard's Jeff Polier. This movie was a childhood favorite of this week's guest, and Derek can't wait to talk about the movie with them. Also, Monster Kid Radio received a voicemail from MKR regular Stephen D. Sullivan.

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The Living Dead Horror Convention - http://www.livingdeadcon.com/

The opening and closing song "Green Slime Are Coming" (from the album Invaders from Beyond the Sound of Surf) appears by permission of The Tiki Creeps - https://tikicreeps.bandcamp.com/

Roxanne's Cocktail Lounge - http://www.roxanneslounge.com/ 

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Open the door, you’ll find the secret. To find the answer is to keep it.

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Thursday, August 20, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #228 - Unearthing The Mummy's Tomb with Nicholas Hatcher


This week, when Nicholas Hatcher wasn't rocking it on his own podcasts - Vampire Over Hollywood and Psychotronic Celluloid - he came by Monster Kid Radio to talk about the 1942 film The Mummy's Tomb (dir. Harold Young) with Derek. Along the way, Derek reveals what may be one of the reasons he loves mummy movies so much, and both he and Nicholas praise an actor who may not have been too happy in this movie but delivered anyway!

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Vampire Over Hollywood - http://www.vampireoverhollywood.com/
Psychotronic Celluloid - http://www.psychotroniccelluloid.com/

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The Vampire's Tomb Mystery (CD Audiobook) - http://www.circleofspears.com/store/p3/The_Vampire's_Tomb_Mystery_%28CD_Audiobook%29.html

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You just kind of have to say, "Well, let's just watch the movie!"

RIP Yvonne Craig.


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Monday, August 17, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #227 - The 1940s Universal horror of The Mummy's Tomb with Nicholas Hatcher


Nicholas Hatcher returns to the podcast for Monster Kid Radio's continued exploration of Universal's 1940s mummy films. This time, the two podcasters briefly share their thoughts on what this particular decade-in-horror looked like for Universal while discussing 1942's The Mummy's Tomb (dir. Harold Young). Also, some new guests have been announced fore the Living Dead Horror Convention, and monster kids are going to love to meet THESE munster kids!

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Vampire Over Hollywood - http://www.vampireoverhollywood.com/
Psychotronic Celluloid - http://www.psychotroniccelluloid.com/

Living Dead Horror Convention - http://www.livingdeadcon.com/

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Thursday, August 13, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #226 / How to Make a Monster Kid Radio #1


Derek takes the listeners behind the scenes for a look at what life is like for this podcast-producing, monster-movie-loving monster kid.

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Happy Birthday, Mom!


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Monday, August 10, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #225 - Talking Monster Bash with Ron Adams


Last summer, something happened that changed Derek's life. He attended his first Monster Bash. The convention was first started in 1997 by Ron Adams, and this week on Monster Kid Radio, Ron joins Derek to talk about the origin of the show, his own background as a monster kid, and what future Monster Bashes hold. Be sure to visit our complete website at http://www.monsterkidradio.net, and don't forget our Wiki Campaign!

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Monster Bash - http://monsterbash.us/

The opening and closing song "Parsec's Paradox" (from the album Futourism) appears by permission of The TomorrowMen - http://tmensurf.com/

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You have to sleep sometime, and that mummy's still coming.

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Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #224 - Top Three Monster Mash Up Movies with Joe DeMuro


What's better than a movie with a monster in it? A movie with TWO monsters it! Or THREE! Or MORE! Joe DeMuro (director of the monster mash up movie Tales of Dracula) joins Derek to talk about their favorite monster mash up films. They break down their individual top three monster movie meet ups. Also, there's an event happening in Portland next week you might want to check out (LUCHA!).

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Tales of Dracula on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TalesOfDracula
Wolfbain Productions - https://www.facebook.com/wbp2009

Buy Tales of Dracula at Oldies.com - http://www.oldies.com/product-view/1095D.html

CineLuchaFest - http://hollywoodtheatre.org/cineluchafest/

The opening and closing song "Dance Like A Robot " (from the album Whimsical Surf) appears by permission of The Insanitizers - http://insanitizers.com/

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Monday, August 3, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #223 - Debriefing Joe DeMuro about Monster Bash and Tales of Dracula


Director Joe DeMuro returns to Monster Kid Radio to discuss how his movie Tales of Dracula played at this past summer's Monster Bash. What was the crowd reaction? How were sales for the weekend? And the behind-the-scenes stories about the production? Fascinating. Joe and Derek discuss what it was like for Wolfbain Productions to produce this film guerilla-style, how they overcame certain obstacles, and what may happen with a sequel (or two!). Plus, Derek announces July's Executive Producer roll call!

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Tales of Dracula on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TalesOfDracula
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Buy Tales of Dracula at Oldies.com - http://www.oldies.com/product-view/1095D.html

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"It was kind of like being a junkie. I needed more monster movies!"


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Thursday, July 30, 2015

Monster Kid Radio #222 - Are you Fit for a Frankenstein? Paul McComas and Greg Starrett are!


Paul McComas and Greg Starrett continue their Fit for a Frankenstein visit on Monster Kid Radio, and lets Derek (and the listeners) in on a secret or two when they discuss their future book plans. (And, yes, Derek IS excited if the 2013 Halloween Book Festival award-winning Fit for a Frankenstein is any indication of what's to come!) Along the way, Paul and Greg further discuss their collaboration process, what it meant to them to be monster kids growing up, and more.

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Fit for a Frankenstein - http://astore.amazon.com/monsterkidradio-20/detail/1482622335

Paul McComas - http://paulmccomas.com/

Paul and Greg Perform Fit for a Frankenstein - https://youtu.be/YW-qxY62eXA

Creepy Classics / Monster Bash - http://creepyclassics.com/

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There's nothing wrong with looking at the world through 15-year-old eyes . . . as long as they're your own.


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