Jim examines a favorite from his childhood: 1966's "Island of Terror," starring Peter Cushing, Edward Judd and Carole Gray. In this classic monster thriller, directed by Terence Fisher, a small island community is terrorized by unstoppable creatures accidentally created in a cancer research laboratory. It's a race against the clock to find a solution to the life-threatening problem on this episode of "Monster Attack."
Jim goes back to school on this episode of "Monster Attack," as he examines the 1958 Jack Arnold cult classic, "Monster on the Campus," starring Arthur Franz, Joanna Moore, Trot Donahue and Whit Bissell.
A professor at a small college discovers a secret to prehistoric regression, but things get complicated as the bodies pile up. Join us on campus for this episode of "Monster Attack."
Jim battles a bad cold and a case of Laryngitis, while the Earth fights for its life against a horde of invading aliens in the 1956 sci-fi favorite starring Hugh Marlowe, Joan Taylor, Morris Ankrum and Donald Curtis. Will the Earth survive? Will the Flying Saucers run away? Will Jim's voice make it to the end of the podcast? It's all ahead on this episode of "Monster Attack."
Jim is joined by special guest Scream Queen Madeline Brumby ("Frankenstein Created Bikers") for a loving look at Robert Wise's Sci-Fi masterpiece, "The Day The earth Stood Still," as "Monster Attack" celebrates its FIRST ANNIVERSARY!
A suggestion from a fan led to this episode of Monster attack. It's Cowboys and Vampire as Jim explores the 1959 cult favorite "Curse of the Undead," starring Eric Fleming, Michael Pate, Katherine Crowley and Edward Binns. A small town is tormented by an unknown plague that is taking the lives of its young women. And a feud between two families draws blood, while a mysterious man in black lurks nearby. Find out what happens on this episode of Monster Attack.
Jim takes a look at a fun, Sci-Fi cult classic from 1959, "I Married A Monster From Outer Space," starring Gloria Talbott and Eric Fleming. A year after getting married, a woman begins to wonder if the man she is living with is truly the man she fell in love with. is he an imposter ... or WORSE! It's all ahead on this episode of "Monster Attack."
Jim goes solo on the first Monster Attack podcast of 2017 and takes a look at 1951's "The Thing From Another World." Starring Kenneth Tobey, Margaret Sheridan, James Arness, Douglas Spencer and Robert Cornwaite, this film is considered by many to be one of the finest sci-fi movies ever made. It was a huge hit for RKO Studios.
Jim and Mark dissect Italy's Sci-Fi opus "War Between The Planets" (1966), starring Jack Stuart and Amber Collins. A group of astronauts living on a space station orbiting Earth have to move quickly to stem the threat of an asteroid hurtling toward the planet. It's all ahead on this episode of "Monster Attack."
Join us for this special episode, recorded live at Monsterama 2016, as Jim interviews Suzanna Leigh ("The Deadly Bees""Lust For A Vampire"). Our Holiday gift to you.
As Always, Many Thanks to Peter Lashway for recording this interview.
Jim and Mark examine a film that many consider to be Universal's finest horror film - 1934's "The Black Cat," starring Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi. This film was not only the first pairing for these two horror giants, but also fascinated audiences with its unique look and story. It was Universal's most successful film for the year.
Jim and Mark talk with Bond Girls Trina Parks ("Diamonds Are Forever") and Caroline Munro ("The Spy Who Loved Me") during Monsterama 2016.
Many Thanks to Peter Lashway for recording the panel.
In this "extended episode," Jim And Mark examine 1966's Classic Sci-Fi favorite "Fantastic Voyage," starring Stephen Boyd, Arthur O'Connell, Arthur Kennedy, Donald Pleasence, Raquel Welch William Redfield and Edmund O'Brien. Take a "fantastic" journey into the human body on this episode of "Monster Attack."
Jim and Mark tale another at a cult classic from Mexico - 1959's "The Robot vs. The Aztec Mummy." An evil crime lord attempts to steal a breat plate and bracelet from an ancient Aztec mummy in this unique campfest.
Jim and Mark reflect on the 1959 sci-fi thriller, "Terror in the Midnight Sun," also know as "Invasion of the Animal People," starring Barbara Wilson and Robert Burton. This is the film that greatly affected Mark toward his chosen profession and one that had an impact on Jim as well. The two also wax poetic on going to the drive-in movies. It's all here in this episode of Monster Attack.
It's the end of the world in this 1951 George Pall-produced classic as Jim and Mark take a look at "When Worlds Collide," starring Richard Derr, Barbara Rush and Peter Hansen. As a star races toward the Earth on a collision course, a group of scientists aided by funding from private sources try to construct and launch a modern-day Noah's Ark. It's all ahead in this episode of Monster Attack.
Jim and Mark discuss Arthur C. Pierce's 1966 Sci-Fi thriller Destination Inner Space starring Scott Brady, Wende Wagner, Mike Road, Gary Merrill and Sheree North.
The discussion veers off into an argument about a toilet seat.
It's all ahead on this episode of Monster Attack
Jim and Mark examine a unique 1941 Sci-fi "Man Made Monster," starring Lon Chaney, Jr. and Lionel Atwill.
Mark also jumps on the soapbox and comments on the recent controversy surrounding the Season Premiere episode of "The Walking Dead."
Jim and Mark explore the world of the 1970 Cult Film Classic “Count Yorga, Vampire,” starring Robert Quarry. Mark also makes a brief comment on some of the criticism leveled at the Season Premier of ... Read More »
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Jim and Mark examine a contemporary look at the classic Dracula legend with Hammer’s 1972 “Dracula A.D. 1972.” And Special Guest Caroline Munro stops by to share her experience working with (and getting bitten by) ... Read More »
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It’s a classic tale of man trying to be God as Jim and Mark examine the 1953 cerebral Sci-Fi drama, “Four Sided Triangle,” directed bythe legendary Freddie Francis.
On this special episode of “Monster Attack,” Jim and Mark talk with Caroline Munro and Suzanna Leigh – recorded live at Monsterama 2016 in Atlanta. “Monster Attacks” thanks Peter Lashway for providing the audio from ... Read More »
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It is Man vs SPIDER !!! in this examination of the 1958 Bert I. Gordon classic, “Earth vs The Spider. The conversation ranges from technique, familiar acting faces and Mark even draws comparisons to “Lawrence ... Read More »
It’s man vs reptile in this Hammer Films classic from 1966. Jim and Mark explore the mysterious world of “The Reptile.” A young, seemingly abused girl holds a terrible secret that could spell doom for ... Read More »
A giant bird from outer space terrorizes the planet and Jeff Morrow along with Mara Corday must save the day. It’s a podcast for the “birds” .. or “bird” as Jim and Mark examine the ... Read More »
It’s Man vs, Plants – Deadly Plants from Outer Space – as Jim and Mark examine the 1962 Sci-Fi classic, The Day of the Triffids. When the Earth is blinded by a meteor shower, the ... Read More »