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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.

Nov 19, 2018

Jim reflects on one of his favorite Japanese monster movies with Inshiro Honda's 1959 cult classic, "The H-Man," starring Yumi Shirakawa, Akihiko Harata and Jenji Sahara. A police detective investigating a bizarre case of missing persons discovers a terrifying threat to humanity which has links to recent H-Bomb tests in...


Nov 12, 2018

Mark Maddox joins us for a discussion on the first of four classic Italian sci-fi movies from Director Antonio Margheriti - "The Wild Wild Planet" (1966), starring Tony Russel. Lisa Gastoni, Franco Nero and Massimo Serato. The crew of the "Gamma One" space station discovers strange dealings involving missing people, men...


Nov 5, 2018

Jim examines a film he considers one of the best directed by Jack Arnold - 1957's "The Incredible Shrinking Man," written by Richard Matheson and starring Grant Williams Randy Stuart, Paul Langton, William Schallert, April Kent and Billy Curtis. A man exposed to a radioactive fog begins shrinking. How he deals with this...


Oct 31, 2018

Mark Maddox joins Jim for a look at the films that represented Halloween movies for them throughout the years. Re-visit the offerings of Monster Movie Matinee and Chiller Theater as well as holiday screenings in local theaters. Come take a journey down memory lane with Jim and Mark on this special episode.

And ... Happy...


Oct 29, 2018

Jim examines the film that started Hammer Films' incredible body of work in the Horror genre - 1957's "The Curse Of Frankenstein," starring Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Hazel Court and Robert Urquhart. Written by Jimmy Sangster and directed by Terence Fisher, this adaptation of the Mary Shelley classic was a huge hit...