Every spring, Kansas City turns on the Bat-signal to unite the fans at Planet Comicon. This year’s event came a little early but the weather was perfect for another awesome three-day party. Check out my article at Boom Howdy for more on this years Planet Comicon.
February 2 was the anniversary of the day we lost the legendary Boris Karloff. He passed away in 1969 but is very much alive in the hearts and minds of every classic horror movie fan. This month on episode 15 of the Classic Horrors Club Podcast, Jeff Owens and I take a look at three films from Karloff. First, we travel back to 1932 for The Old Dark House. Then, we skip ahead to his mad scientist era for The Devil Commands (1941) before ending with what many consider his best film, Targets (1968).
And it’s never too early to start your research for next month’s episode. We’ll be celebrating Peter Lorre in episode 16 with three of his films. So before March, make sure you watch M (1931), Mad Love (1935) and Tales of Terror (1962).
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This month on episode 40 of the Mihmiverse Monthly Audiocast, Monster Movie Kid opens the Kansas City Crypt to talk about some of the greatest couples in classic horror films. Tune in and let them know that Monster Movie Kid sent ya!