Classic Horrors Club – Captive Wild Jungle Woman


Come for the discussion of three mid-40s Universal, uh… classics, then stay for the speculation about the future of physical media collecting. In episode 56 of the Classic Horrors Club Podcast, Jeff and I are joined by Paula the Ape Woman, with a little help from one of our members, Joe Carson, as we talk about Captive Wild Woman (1943), Jungle Woman (1944), and The Jungle Captive (1945).

Yes, we did enjoy all three films, to one degree or another, despite the fact that these three films sometimes get a bad rap. However, there are worse Universal monster movies, even if we can’t think of one for sure off the top of our heads.

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Dread Media – Tammy and the T-Rex (1994)


Joe Bob Briggs celebrated Valentine’s Day back in February and what a double feature it was. While The Love Witch (2016) was an interesting watch, things started off with the even more unique “lost classic” Tammy and the T-Rex (1994). This is the complete version with the previously unseen and deleted graphic footage. Not sure it really enhanced the viewing experience that much but judge for yourself by tuning in to episode 711 of the Dread Media podcast. And, as always, tell ’em Monster Movie Kid sent ya!

Dread Media – The Love Witch (2016)


Back in February, Joe Bob Briggs helped us all celebrate valentine’s Day with a special episode featuring two rather unique tales of love. Of course, I knew I had to share my thoughts with everyone over at Dead Media. So, tune in to episode 710 of the Dread Media podcast as I take a look at The Love Witch (2016), a movie that’s been on my radar for years now and, thanks to The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob, I can scratch this off the list. The real question is, was it worth the wait?