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Monster Kid Radio #089 - Report from the 2014 H. P. Lovecraft Film Festival & CthulhuCon

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Release Date: 04/14/2014

Monster Kid Radio #454 - Alistair Hughes and The Satanic Rites of Dracula show art Monster Kid Radio #454 - Alistair Hughes and The Satanic Rites of Dracula

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The movie that inspired this month's theme is on deck this week! The Satanic Rites of Dracula (dir. Alan Gibson) gets the Monster Kid radio treatment with returning guest Alistair Hughes. The last time Alistair was on the show was when he discussed Dracula A.D. 1972 (dir. Alan Gibson), and this week's film is a direct sequel to that film. How does it compare? Does it stand alone as it is?

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Monster Kid Radio #453 - Scott Morris and The Black Cat show art Monster Kid Radio #453 - Scott Morris and The Black Cat

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The second week of The Satanic Rites of January brings one of the most devilish of guests to the podcast - Scott Morris from Disney, Indiana. Scott and Derek discuss a movie Scott saw for the first time at a Monster Bash - The Black Cat (dir. Edgar G. Ulmer). Derek has some other business to go over, Professor Frenzy has a Bedtime Story, and Kenny has a Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland.

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Monster Kid Radio brings in the new year with a new monthly theme - The Satanic Rites of January! This week, Derek is joined by author/game designer/podcaster Kenneth Hite to discuss one of Val Lewton's most affecting films - 1943's The Seventh Victim (dir. Mark Robson). This one gets dark, and we can't think of a better way to start this month's devilish theme. Of course, the good Professor Frenzy has a Bedtime Story for everyone, and Kenny takes a somber look at Famous Monsters of Filmland. Voicemail: 503-479-5MKR (503-479-5657) Email: monsterkidradio@gmail.com Monster Kid Radio on YouTube -...

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Monster Kid Radio #451 - Stephen D. Sullivan and The Norliss Tapes show art Monster Kid Radio #451 - Stephen D. Sullivan and The Norliss Tapes

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The final week of Dancember 2019 sees Derek joined by Stephen D. Sullivan to explore The Norliss Tapes (dir. Dan Curtis). Additionally, Derek recognizes three podcasts/podcasting teams for their accomplishments and milestones they've hit this month. Professor Frenzy has another Bedtime Story, and Kenny has a special look at Famous Monsters of Filmland.

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Derek hasn't met anyone who's as big a fan of Dark Shadows as Dominique Lamssies, and this week, to continue celebrating Dancember 2019, she joins the podcast to discuss the second Dark Shadows feature film, Night of Dark Shadows (dir. Dan Curtis). Plus Professor Frenzy's Bedtime Story and Kenny's Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland.

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Monster Kid Radio #449 - Ansel Faraj, Burnt Offerings, and Loon Lake show art Monster Kid Radio #449 - Ansel Faraj, Burnt Offerings, and Loon Lake

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Dan Curtis has always loomed large in filmmaker Ansel Faraj's life, and during Week Two of Dancember 2019, he and Derek discuss Dan Curtis, the relationships he's formed with some of the Dark Shadows players, the Dan Curtis film Burnt Offerings, and his own new movie Loon Lake (now available on Amazon and TubiTV). Plus Professor Frenzy's Bedtime Story and Kenny's Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland.

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For Week One of Dancember 2019, author Jim Beard joins Derek to discuss Jim's new book Kolchak: The Last Temptation. In addition to discussing this official Kolchak novel, Jim and Derek talk about Dark Shadows, Dan Curtis, the upcoming Musing on Monsters book, and more. Plus, Professor Frenzy's Bedtime Story and Kenny's Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland.

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Monster Kid Radio #447 - Trog with Frank Dietz show art Monster Kid Radio #447 - Trog with Frank Dietz

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This week, Monster Kid Radio takes a trip to 1970 when Frank Dietz joins Derek to discuss a movie starring Joan Crawford. Yes. Joan Crawford. THAT Joan Crawford. Don't get too excited, or maybe do get excited because this week's movie is Trog (dir. Freddie Francis). Plus Kenny's Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland, Professor Frenzy's Bedtime Stories, and a very special trip to Dr. Tongue's World of Monster Collectibles. Voicemail: 503-479-5MKR (503-479-5657) Email: monsterkidradio@gmail.com Monster Kid Radio on YouTube - http://youtube.com/monsterkidradio Santa Clause Conquers Manos: The Hands...

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Manos Kid Radio #446 - Why Does Manos Inspire Us? (with Anthony Wendel and Stephen D. Sullivan) show art Manos Kid Radio #446 - Why Does Manos Inspire Us? (with Anthony Wendel and Stephen D. Sullivan)

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What is it about Manos: The Hands of Fate (dir. Harold P. Warren) that continues to fascinate and inspire? Is it because so many people call it "the worst film of all time"? (It's not.) Is it because somewhere inside that film is actually a really creepy story? (Maybe.) Is it because Torgo should have gone down as one of the best monsters EVER in all of monster movie-dom? (Probably not.) In this episode of Monster Kid Radio, authors Stephen D. Sullivan and Anthony Wendel join Derek to take on Valley Lodge.

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Last weekend was the 2014 H. P. Lovecraft Film Festival & CthulhuCon, and Monster Kid Radio was there! For three days, Lovecraft fans took over Portland's Hollywood Theatre for feature films, short movies, author readings and signings, panel discussions, madness-inducing parties...so basically just a really good time! Derek was a small part of the show this year as he was asked to introduce the 1968 film Curse of the Crimson Altar (dir. Vernon Sewell), as well as participate in one of the panels. Between events, Derek caught up with old and new friends, and in this episode of Monster Kid Radio, you'll hear some of those conversations. First, Derek spoke with author David Agranoff about his recent books (Boot Boys of the Wolf Reich, Hunting the Moon Tribe) and where you might find a horror host or monster influence in them. Then, Derek spoke two composers whose work has had a home on his iPod for years - Troy Sterling Nies and Reber Clark. They're two of the four composers behind the excellent album Out of the Aeons: Music for a New Dark Age. Finally, Derek checks in with Monster Kid Radio regulars Ray Jelinek and Chris McMillan for their thoughts on this year's festival.

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H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival & CthulhuCon - http://hplfilmfestival.com/

Rondo Awards - http://www.rondoaward.com/

David Agranoff's Postcards from a Dying World - http://davidagranoff.blogspot.com/
Howling in the Streets (music from Boot Boys of the Wolf Reich) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Ihk42pHLpQ

Troy Sterling Nies - http://troysterlingnies.bandcamp.com/
Reber Clark - http://reberclark.bandcamp.com/
Out of the Aeons: Music for a New Dark Age - http://outoftheaeons.bandcamp.com/

The opening and closing song "Rocket Man" (from the album Necronomikids) appears by permission of Necronomikids - http://necronomikids.bandcamp.com/

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