Monster Kid Radio

Troy Howarth returns to the podcast this week, and takes Derek on a trip to The Torture Chamber of Dr. Sadism (dir. Harald Reinl). If the movie's title doesn't pique your interest, maybe one of the film's stars will. Christopher Lee is in the cast! Also, this past Wednesday night, Derek went to Weird Wednesday at the Joy Cinema for a screening of Terror Beneath the Sea (dir. Hajime Sato), and pointed his recorder at Jeff Polier and Dominique Lamssies for their thoughts on the film.

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Troy Howarth on Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/Troy-Howarth/e/B00J6XYE0E/

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Next week:
The Reptile (dir. John Gilling) with Stephen D. Sullivan and Joshua Kennedy


The opening and closing song "Behold! The Bolt Surfer!" (The Nasty Pterodactyls) belongs to Total Death Mechanics - https://totaldeathmechanics.bandcamp.com/



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Direct download: Episode348.mp3
Category:Monster Kid Radio -- posted at: 1:26am PST

Recently, Chris McMillan from The Shadow Over Portland (http://shadowoverportland.blogspot.com/) joined Derek at Portland's NW Film Center for a double feature of Alfred Hitchcock's classic, Psycho, and the new documentary 78/52: Hitchcock's Shower Scene (dir. Alexandre O. Philippe). And did we mention that Psycho was a 35mm print?

Direct download: KTVX001.mp3
Category:KTVX Fairvale -- posted at: 2:43pm PST

Last week, the Monster Kid Radio 2017 Holiday Gift Guide was revealed, and one of the items on the gift guide was the movie Caltiki, The Immortal Monster (dir. Mario Bava, Riccardo Freda). It made the guide because The Shadow Over Portland's Chris McMillan recommended it, so it only seemed fair to have him on the show this week to talk about the movie itself. We also hear a bit about his experience at a recent screening of Suspiria (dir. Dario Argento), and there's a VERY slight tease about something else Chris and Derek have up their sleeve for the podcast. (Very slight. VERY slight.) Also, Derek has an announcement to make about . . . something Strange-ly cool. Also this week, we have the very first episode of The Monster Kid Chronicles by Timothy Price, and we can't wait for you to hear it!

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Timothy Price - http://www.timsguitar.net/

Timothy Price on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/pricemusicianauthor/

Strange Aeons magazine - www.strange-aeons.com/

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Next week:
The Torture Chamber of Dr. Sadism (dir. Harald Reinl) with Troy Howarth


The opening and closing song "The Trouble With Rogues" (Big in Japan) belongs to Timothy Price



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Direct download: Episode347.mp3
Category:Monster Kid Radio -- posted at: 11:14pm PST

It's the Monster Kid Radio 2017 Holiday Gift Guide, including items like this handmade Tingler by Dominique Lamssies!

And make sure you check out It's Terri-ific!
https://www.facebook.com/thatsterriific/

Download the .pdf here! - https://www.dropbox.com/s/jgz7czfbkpc6r7d/2017MKRGiftGuide.pdf

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Next week:
Caltiki, The Immortal Monster (dir. Mario Bava, Riccardo Freda) with Chris McMillan

Also the premiere of The Monster Kid Chronicles by Timothy Price!


The opening and closing song "Clickety Snarl Snar!" (Panic at the Pier) belongs to The Men in Gray Suits - https://themeningraysuits.bandcamp.com/



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Direct download: Episode346.mp3
Category:Monster Kid Radio -- posted at: 12:59am PST

1973's The Creeping Flesh (dir. Freddie Francis) is on deck this week, as is Dan Day, Jr., the man behind The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog. Dan is a huge fan of this film, and while he and Derek did get a chance to talk about it briefly at this past summer's Monster Bash, they saved the really good conversation for this episode of Monster Kid Radio. Along the way, they also talk about Veronica Carlson, independent filmmaker and mutual friend Joshua Kennedy, and of course they play the Classic Five. (And for the record, Derek isn't the first person to mention this week's movie as being Lovecraftian . . . for once!)

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The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog - http://dandayjr35.blogspot.com/

Monster Kid Radio on TeePublic - https://www.teepublic.com/user/monsterkidradio 


Next week:
The 2017 Monster Kid Radio Holiday Gift Guide


The opening and closing song "Who's Afraid of the Dark" (Horror Party Stomp) belongs to The Primitive Finks - https://theprimitivefinks.bandcamp.com/



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Direct download: Episode345.mp3
Category:Monster Kid Radio -- posted at: 2:13am PST

There's another new voice this week on Monster Kid Radio this week when Bloody Good Horror's Andrew Roebuck joins Derek to talk about everybody's favorite giant turtle. But which version of the original Gamera do they tackle? BOTH OF THEM! Gamera: The Giant Monster (dir. Noriaki Yuasa) and Gammera the Invincible (dir. Sandy Howard, Noriaki Yuasa) are decidedly different films . . . or are they? Listen to this episode to find out. Also, Jeff Polier calls in his thoughts on last October's Scare-A-Thon at the Joy Cinema, and Dwight Kemper has a few impressions for you.

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Next week:
The Creeping Flesh (dir. Freddie Francis) with Dan Day, Jr.


The opening and closing song "In the Soup" (The Island Girls) belongs to The Island Girls - https://theislandgirls.bandcamp.com/



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Direct download: Episode344.mp3
Category:Monster Kid Radio -- posted at: 11:43pm PST

Author Micah S. Harris joins Monster Kid Radio this week, and he's bringing The Woman Eater (dir. Charles Saunders) with him. This 1958 film is the main topic of conversation, but that's not all Micah and Derek talk about this week on the podcast. We'll learn a bit about Micah's background as a monster kid and writer, what interesting . . . creature . . . he had for a pet as a kid, and, of course, he plays a round of the Classic Five. Also this week, Derek has just a few words to say about the status of Universal's Dark Universe, as well as a few audio offerings that may or may not scratch your monster kid audio itch. Plus, FEEDBACK!

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The Frequency of Fear - http://tinyurl.com/frequencyfear

Micah S. Harris at 18th Wall Productions - http://18thwall.com/?s=micah+harris&post_type=post

Unsung Horrors - http://unsunghorrors.co.uk/

Hammer Horror's The Unquenchable Thirst of Dracula - http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09bx9fn

Forgotten TV - https://forgottentv.podbean.com/

You Must Remember This - http://www.youmustrememberthispodcast.com/

Monster Kid Radio on TeePublic - https://www.teepublic.com/user/monsterkidradio

 

Caption Contest! Details in this episode of MKR!


Next week:
A Tale of Two Turtles - Gamera and Gammera with Andrew Reobuck


The opening and closing song "Shadowland" (Dead If You Don't) belongs to Day of the Dead - http://www.dayofthedead.com.au/ - https://dayofthedead1.bandcamp.com/



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Direct download: Episode343.mp3
Category:Monster Kid Radio -- posted at: 9:12pm PST

Scott Morris joins Derek on a trip to the far flung future of 1973 when they get together to chat about 1958's It! The Terror from Beyond Space (dir. Edward L. Cahn). Scott may be one of the founders of Disney, Indiana, but don't let those mouse ears fool you. He's a classic sci-fi fan through-and-through . . . although before prepping for this recording, he'd never seen 1979's Alien (dir. Ridley Scott). He and Derek talk about It! The Terror from Beyond Space's influence on Alien, and maybe even a John Carpenter classic as well. Plus, recordings from Chiller, feedback, and a contest!

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Thanks to Foxtrot Studios' Mark Bailey for the amazing recordings from the Chiller Theatre Expo!

Monster Kid Radio on TeePublic - https://www.teepublic.com/user/monsterkidradio

 

Caption Contest! Details in this episode of MKR!


Next week:
1958's The Woman Eater (dir. Charles Saunders) with Micah Harris 



The opening and closing song "Numbers Stations" (Ranger) belongs to Lost Cosmonauts - http://lostcosmonauts1.bandcamp.com/



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Direct download: Episode342.mp3
Category:Monster Kid Radio -- posted at: 11:49pm PST

Author Dwight Kemper (The Vampire's Tomb Mystery, Who Framed Boris Karloff?) returns to Monster Kid Radio, and he's bringing a child with him. Specifically, he's bringing a son. A Son of Frankenstein (dir. Rowland V. Lee). Son of Frankenstein has a lot to offer monster fans and Monster Kids, and Dwight's here to tell us all why. He also tries his luck at the Classic Five.

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Books by Dwight Kemper - http://tinyurl.com/dwightonamazon/

The Vampire's Tomb Mystery by Circle of Spears Productions - https://www.circleofspears.com/store/p31/THE_VAMPIRES_TOMB_MYSTERY_%28AUDIO_CD%29.html

Murder Mystery Theater.com - http://www.murdermysterytheater.com/

Scare-A-Thon 2017 - http://www.thejoycinema.com/joy-cinema-scare-a-thon.html

Cat People (dir. Jacques Tourneur) at the NW Film Center - https://nwfilm.org/films/cat-people/

(.mp3s of every episode of Monster Kid Radio is available for download at our barebones behind-the-scenes website at http://monsterkidradio.libsyn.com)

Monster Kid Radio on TeePublic - https://www.teepublic.com/user/monsterkidradio

 

Caption Contest! Details in this episode of MKR!


Next week:
1958's It! The Terror from Beyond Space (dir. Edward L. Cahn) with Scott Morris


The opening and closing song "Predatory Lenders" (Farewell to Dignity) belongs to The Spoils - https://thespoils.bandcamp.com/



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Happy Birthday Bela Lugosi! (October 20th)

Direct download: Episode341.mp3
Category:Monster Kid Radio -- posted at: 7:38pm PST

Horror. Blood. Monsters. Three great words to throw around during the month of October, but what happens when you combine those words with a podcaster and his guest? You get a fun chat with guest Tom Biegler about the 1970 film Horror of the Blood Monsters (dir. Al Adamson). This was a first time viewing for Derek, so it was a real treat to talk about this movie with a long time fan. Also, there's feedback. A contest. An announcement. Download the show . . . Don't leave John Carradine waiting!

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Foxtrot Studios - http://foxtrotstudios.net/

Classic Horrors Club - http://downrightcreepy.com/category/podcast/classic-horrors-club/

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Monster Kid Radio on TeePublic - https://www.teepublic.com/user/monsterkidradio

 

Caption Contest! Details in this episode of MKR!


Next week:
1939's Son of Frankenstein (dir. Rowland V. Lee) with Dwight Kemper


The opening and closing song "Under the Phosphene Sun" (INIT: Signal Return EP) belongs to Black Transmitter - https://blacktransmitter.bandcamp.com/

"Villainous Treachery - Distressed" and "Trouble" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
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Happy Birthday Julie Adams! (October 17th)

Direct download: Episode340.mp3
Category:Monster Kid Radio -- posted at: 11:02pm PST