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Monster Kid Radio #314 - The Ape Man with Troy Howarth

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Release Date: 04/13/2017

Monster Kid Radio #550 - These are the Damned with RIch Chamberlain and Guest Host Steve Turek show art Monster Kid Radio #550 - These are the Damned with RIch Chamberlain and Guest Host Steve Turek

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The DieCast Movie Podcast's Steve Turek pitch hits one more time as Monster Kid Radio's guest host, and this week he brings Rich Chamberlain to the show to discuss the Hammer Film These Are the Damned (dir. Joseph Losey). And even though Derek isn't putting in his normal appearance on this week's show, Mark Matzke certainly is with his Beta Capsule Review.

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Monster Kid Radio #549 - Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell with Alistair Hughes and Guest Host Steve Turek show art Monster Kid Radio #549 - Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell with Alistair Hughes and Guest Host Steve Turek

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The DieCast Movie Podcast's Steve Turek has been instrumental in making sure there's always a new episode of Monster Kid Radio while Derek has been settling into his new home. This week, Steve teams up again with author/illustrator Alistair Hughes to discuss 1974's Frankenstein and the Monster From Hell (dir. Terence Fisher). And of course, it wouldn't be an episode of Monster Kid Radio without Mark Matzke's Beta Capsule Review!

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Mark Matzke's Beta Capsule Review kicks off this week's episode with an Ultra Bang! On this week's Monster Kid Radio, the DieCast Movie Review's Steve Turek steps in again as guest host, and he brings fellow podcaster Jeff Owens on board to take a trip in The Atomic Submarine (dir. Spencer Gordon Bennet).

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Monster Kid Radio #547 - Scars of Dracula with Alistair Hughes and Guest Host Steve Turek show art Monster Kid Radio #547 - Scars of Dracula with Alistair Hughes and Guest Host Steve Turek

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Mark Matzke's Beta Capsule Review kicks off this week's episode with an Ultra Bang! On this week's Monster Kid Radio, the DieCast Movie Review's Steve Turek steps in as guest host, and he brings author/illustrator Alistair Hughes to tackle the 1970 film Scars of Dracula (dir. Ray Ward Baker).

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Mad science and mayhem abounds this week on Monster Kid Radio! As Derek settles into his new place and is unable to produce a regular episode of the show, Stephen D. Sullivan's Atomic Tales comes to the rescue! Also this week, another ultra-cool installment of Mark Matzke's Beta Capsule Review!

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Derek dives back into the crypt of recordings that haven't made it to an actual episode of Monster Kid Radio, and emerges with this recording from a Q&A with the one-and-only Victoria Price from 2019. This took place after a screening of the classic House on Haunted Hill at the Hollywood Theatre. Also this week, another ultra-cool installment of Mark Matzke's Beta Capsule Review!

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It's going to take more than another computer glitch or two to keep Monster Kid Radio down! Derek dug into the archives and found a recording from Fandom PDX 2020 featuring David Heath and Chris McMillan in which they talk about Classic Sci-Fi for Modern Audiences in front of a live crowd. Plus Kenny's Look at Famous Monster of FIlmland and Mark Matzke's Beta Capsule Review!

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Go Forth and Game's Tom Gurganus takes Derek to the beach to spend some time with The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini (dir. Don Weis). And even though somebody interrupted the conversation, it was fun to spend just a few more lingering moments at the beach with Boris Karloff. Plus Listener Feedback, Kenny's Look at Famous Monster of FIlmland and Mark Matzke's Beta Capsule Review!

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LISTENER FEEDBACK! Need we say more? How about we mention that Mark Matzke delivers an Ultra punch with this week's Beta Capsule Review, and Kenny keeps the monster love going with his look at Famous Monsters of Filmland?

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Film historian and author Troy Howarth (So Deadly, So Perverse: 50 Years of Italian Giallo Films, Tome of Terror: Horror Films of the Silent Era (Volume 1), The Haunted World of Mario Bava, etc.) joins Derek this week for a look at a poverty row horror film featuring one of the patron saints of Monster Kid Radio - Bela Lugosi. The movie? 1943's The Ape Man (dir. William Beaudine).

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Troy Howarth on Amazon - http://tinyurl.com/amazontroy

"The Universal Monster Universe Isn’t Going to Be Like the MCU or the DCEU" - http://www.slashfilm.com/universals-monster-universe/

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The Beast of Hollow Mountain (dir. Edward Nassour, Ismael Rodríguez) with Anthony Wendel


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