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Monster Kid Radio #037 - Monster Kid Friendly Disney with Scott Morris - Part Two

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Release Date: 10/10/2013

Monster Kid Radio #527 - Robot Monster and D. B. Spitzer show art Monster Kid Radio #527 - Robot Monster and D. B. Spitzer

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Yes, in this episode Derek compares the iconic Bronson Caves to the Egyptian Pyramids. Why? You'll have to listen to find out! This week, D. B. Spitzer joins Derek to discuss the most famous movie featuring a man in a gorilla suit and what looks like a diving helmet - 1953's Robot Monster (dir. Phil Tucker). And, of course, the show is made more complete with Kenny's Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland and Mark Matzke's Beta Capsule Review.

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Paul McComas returns to Monster Kid Radio this week to regale us with a story of the time he saw King Kong IN PERSON! King Kong - Alive on Broadway ran from 2018-2019 in New York, and Paul and his wife attended one of the performances. The memories made that night have lasted with Paul, and he shares those memories with Derek. Of course, it wouldn't be an episode of MKR without Kenny's Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland AND Mark Matzke's Beta Capsule Review.

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Monster Kid Radio #525 - Michael Legge, Deader Than Dead, and Dwight Frye show art Monster Kid Radio #525 - Michael Legge, Deader Than Dead, and Dwight Frye

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Deader than Dead: A Reddy Boys Mystery is the newest book from Michael Legge (aka the horror host Dr. Dreck), and this week he joins Derek on Monster Kid Radio to talk about it. (It's a fun read!) Additionally, they spend a good deal of time talking about one of Michael's favorite classic actors - Dwight Frye. Kenny returns to the podcast with a piping fresh hot Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland, and Mark Matzke Ultra-hits us with another Beta Capsule review.

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Lucha de Mayo 2021 concludes when Chris McMillan returns for another . . . kinda-sorta luchador movie? 1973's 3 Dev Adam, aka Three Giant Men (dir. T. Fikret Uçak) is the movie on deck today, and it's a Turkish film featuring El Santo . . . and his buddy Captain America fighting evil Spider-Man. WHAT?!? During their conversation, Derek almost flashes back to a previous podcasting life when, for some reason or other, Zack Snyder's Army of the Dead comes up.

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Lucha de Mayo 2021 continues when Chris McMillan from the Shadow Over Portland swings into action with 1968's The Batwoman, aka La mujer murcielago (dir. René Cardona). This superhero/spy/luchadora movie brings a lot to the table, and Chris and Derek break it down this week. We have the next installment of Atomic Tales from Stephen D. Sullivan and Saint Euphoria Pictures, and Mark Matzke's latest Beta Capsule Review.

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Monster Kid Radio #522 - Blue Demon and Zovek and the Invasion of the Dead with Tom Gurganus show art Monster Kid Radio #522 - Blue Demon and Zovek and the Invasion of the Dead with Tom Gurganus

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Lucha de Mayo 2021 continues with another Blue Demon film . . . sort of. Go Forth and Game's Tom Gurganus joins Derek this week to discuss the film Blue Demon and Zovek and the Invasion of the Dead (dir. René Cardona). It's a movie with a luchador, zombies, a werewolf (for some reason), and . . . Zovek. Also, a Flashbook Famous Monsters Look with Kenny, and Mark Matzke teases your taste buds with this week's Beta Capsule Review.

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Kenny from Ol' Mexico kicks off Lucha de Mayo 2021 with Derek when they discuss the 1969 film Blue Demon y las invasoras (dir. Gilberto Martínez Solares). (And Derek actually pronounces Lucha de Mayo correctly . . . most of the time.) And it's a double-shot of Kenny this week as we revisit a classic Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland. Mark Matzke hits us with another Beta Capsule Review, and we have Atomic Tales #3 ("Bugged by Flying Saucers") from Stephen D. Sullivan.

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Fly me to the moon, Alistair Hughes! Or, at least, join Monster Kid Radio this week to discuss one of Hammer Films' few forays into science fiction - Moon Zero Two (dir. Roy Ward Baker). Kenny's Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland takes a look at a movie I would have never thought would make an appearance on the podcast, and Mark Matzke's Beta Capsule Review discusses the return of one of Derek's favorite Ultra kaiju!

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Stop-motion animation is magical, and those who practice this craft are magicians. This week, one of those magicians joins Derek on Monster Kid Radio. Ryan Lengyel (Theseus and the Minotaur, Cowgirls vs. Pterodactyls) shares his love of stop-motion animation, and then he and Derek go through their Top Three Favorite Non-Harryhausen Stop Motion Movies.

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It's science fiction to make you think. It's The 27th Day (dir. William Asher). Scott Morris stuck around from his appearance on the podcast last week to discuss a particular favorite sci-fi film with Derek. And to honor the co-host of Disney, Indiana, Kenny brings us a special Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland segment.

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What Disney film did Derek's fifth grade teacher show him . . . that TERRIFIED him? Find out in this episode of Monster Kid Radio when Scott Morris join him for Part Two of their discussion of monster kid friendly Disney films. This time, Scott and Derek go over their top three scary Disney films. After getting scared by Mickey Mouse (for real!), Derek heads to Portland's Hollywood Theatre for a screening of 1974's The 7 Brothers Meet Dracula (dir. Roy Ward Baker, Cheh Chang). This was a Monster Kid Radio Crash, and Derek ran into a familiar face after the show - Chris McMillan from The Shadow Over Portland. Also in this episode, Derek checks out a television show from the 70s that ran by two different names - "Ghost Story" and "Circle of Fear." This series was recently released on DVD by Sony, and Derek will let you know if you need some Winston Essex in your life. Derek will also let you know if you need the movie Dawn of Dracula (dir. Blake Powell) in your life when he talks about the feature-length film from the gang from Midnite Mausoleum. Marlena Midnite and Robyn Graves aren't hosting horror movies anymore - now they're in one, and they've brought all their charm, humor, and quirkiness to this homage to 1970s Eurohorror. This is a PACKED episode of Monster Kid Radio, and if you listen close, you might hear an announcement about the Pacific Northwest Theatrical premiere of The Giant Spider (dir. Christopher R. Mihm).

Dawn of Dracula Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/dawnofdracula

Hollywood Theatre - http://hollywoodtheatre.org/

The Joy Cinema and Pub - http://thejoycinema.com/

Runaway Brain - http://youtu.be/WbT7lhl9kpU

The opening and closing song "El Barco" (from the album Majestic) appears by permission of Los Wet Guitars - http://loswetguitars.bandcamp.com/album/

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