Classic Horrors Club – Doctor Who?


After Jeff introduced me to the wonderful world of Dark Shadows, it’s time for me to introduce him to Doctor Who. Now, talking about the series that’s been going strong since November 23, 1963 is far too much for just one episode. However, back in 1965, the legendary Peter Cushing introduced us to what I like to describe as the mirror universe or Earth 2 version of the Doctor. So, this month on episode 37 of the Classic Horrors Club Podcast, we take a trip in the TARDIS and check out Doctor Who and the Daleks (1965) and Daleks Invasion Earth 2150 A.D. (1966)!

Just like the Doctor, we have visits from some of our good friends as Steve Turek joins us with clips from an interview with Victoria Riskin (Fay Wray’s daughter) recorded at the recent Monster Bash. Then, Bill Mize replies to my challenge as we virtually discuss The Beast from the Beginning of Time (1965)!

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Mihmiverse – Cat and the Canary (1927)


This month on episode 61 of the Mihmiverse Monthly Audiocast, the Kansas City Crypt enters the post-Halloween season with a reflection on an event that Monster Movie Kid attended in the past month. Silents in the Cathedral has been going strong for more than two decades now and this year, their silent classic was Cat and the Canary (1927)!

Cat and the Canary (1927) is available on DVD from Kino Lorber. Go with that version, or even some of the ones found on YouTube, rather than the copy available on Amazon Prime Video. Their copy is way too rough to enjoy, especially when you know there is a better print that’s easily available.

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