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Monster Attack

“Monster Attack” is a podcast dedicated to old “Monster Movies,” the ones we all grew up with and fell in love with. These are the films that opened up a new world of scary creatures, sci-fi wonders and frightening tales of the supernatural. Former radio personality Jim Adams re-visits a time when radioactive dinosaurs threatened Tokyo, werewolves terrorized the population at large and mad scientists conducted hideous experiments in large mansions.

Oct 15, 2018

Jim examines the first American treatment of the legend of the Abominable Snowman with W.Lee Wilder's "The Snow Creature (1954)," starring Paul Langton, William Phipps, Teru Shimada and Lock Martin as "The Yeti." An expedition into the Himalayas results in the capture of the elusive "snow creature," and becomes a race...


Oct 8, 2018

Jim examines a quirky sci-fi/horror feature from 1957 -Charles Marquis Warren's "The Unknown Terror," starring John Howard, Mala Powers, May Wynn and Paul Richards. While searching for a woman's missing brother in a remote jungle area, three people find a mad scientist who is involved in human experimentation near the...


Oct 1, 2018

It's a cult favorite among Monster Movie fans, 1959's "4 D Man," starring Robert Lansing, Lee Meriweather, James Congdon, Robert Strauss and Patty Duke. A scientist develops the ability to pass through any substance, but at a terrific cost. The drama builds to a final confrontation pitting brother against brother. Find...


Sep 24, 2018

It's a 1953 "Big Monster" movie classic in Jim's spotlight as he examines "The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms," starring Paul Christian, Paula Raymond, Kenneth Tobey, Cecil Kellaway, Donald Woods and Lee Van Cleef. Legendary special effects artist Ray Harryhausen shines in this story about a dinosaur awoken after an H-Bomb...


Sep 17, 2018

Madeline Brumby joins Jim for a heartwarming look at one of the most beloved "Big Monster" films made. The legendary "Gojira" from 1954. The version was unseen by many Americans until 2004 when it was released in the USA. Not to be confused with Americanized version that cut several poignant scenes and added scenes shot...