In episode 32 of the Classic Horrors Club Podcast, Jeff and I start down the road to Monster Bash as we discuss three films with a connection to the annual conference in Mars, PA. First up is The Gorgon (1964), the inspiration for Joshua Kennedy’s new film, House of the Gorgon (2018), which has its U.S. premiere at the Bash. Next, it’s Dr. Jekyll & Sister Hyde (1971), starring the lovely Martine Beswick, who will be a special guest at the Bash. Finally, it’s Dracula A.D. 1972 (1972), featuring Christopher Neame, who will also be a special guest at the Bash.
It’s another Hammer trilogy from The Classic Horrors Club Podcast, one that takes you from the end of the studio’s classic era into the heart of its sexy 70’s era. Which era is your favorite?
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This month on episode 56 of the Mihmiverse Monthly Audiocast, the Kansas City Crypt opens up for a forgotten horror comedy called Arnold (1973)! I stumbled upon this fun little flick after a Saturday morning conversation with my wife Karla, who had actually seen this movie many years ago.
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It’s time for episode 614 of the Dread Media Podcast and Monster Movie Kid is finally diving into the world of the legendary Herschell Gordon Lewis. I’ve never really felt inclined to watch any of his films but, thanks to Joe Bob Briggs and Last Drive-In over at Shudder, the time is now! I was actually surprised that the gore, while excessive, really didn’t have quite the impact on me that I thought it would. As always, tell ’em Monster Movie Kid sent ya!