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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.

Apr 6, 2020

Madeline Brumby joins us for a discussion on a Ray Harryhausen classic from 1963, "Jason & The Argonauts," starring Jason Armstrong, Honor Blackman, Nigel Green, Gary Raymond and Nancy Kovack.This retelling of the tale of Jason and the Golden Fleece features some of Harryhausen's most impressive work and...


Mar 30, 2020

Jim and Mark examine a gem from the Land of the Rising Sun - 1966's "Daimajin," starring Miwa Takada, Yoshiko Aoyama, Jun Fujimaki and Chikara Hasimoto. This is a tale that Mark says combines elements of Ishiro Honda and Akira Kurosawa. Find out about this unique film that has gone undiscovered by many monster movie...


Mar 23, 2020

Mark Maddox joins us for another 100th Anniversary tribute - Paramount Pictures' immortal classic "Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde," starring John Barrymore,  Martha Mansfield, Brandon Hurst and Nita Naldi. Barrymore's memorable performance set the bar for future films based on the classic Robert Louis Stevenson novel about a...


Mar 16, 2020

Jim looks at a one of Roger Corman's offerings with 1958's "Night of the Blood Beast," starring Ed Nelson, Angela Greene, Michael Emmet, John Baer, Tyler McVay, Ross Sturlin and Georgianna Carter. The first man in space crashes, but someone... or something tags along for the ride. Six individuals cut off from the...


Mar 9, 2020

Mark Maddox joins us for a 100th Anniversary tribute to a film considered by many to be the very first horror film, "The Cabonet Of Caligari," starring Conrad Veidt, Lil Dagover, Werner Krauss and Friedrich Feher. Released in March 1920, the film has received accolades for its unique set design, lighting and costuming....