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Monster Kid Radio #317 - Christopher R. Mihm, Mitch Gonzales, and The Demon with the Atomic Brain

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Release Date: 05/04/2017

Monster Kid Radio #493 - An episode put together at the last minute! show art Monster Kid Radio #493 - An episode put together at the last minute!

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Steve Turek from the Diecast Movie Podcast helped Derek this week when the Monsters in the Machine tried to stage a revolt and hid the audio files he needed for this week's episode. Fortunately, not only did Steve spend a few minutes with Derek for a chat about Halloween (and Conan AGAIN), but we have Mark Matzke's Beta Capsule Review and another visit from Dr. Tongue so all is not lost!

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Monster Kid Radio #492 - The Long Hair of Death with Steve Turek show art Monster Kid Radio #492 - The Long Hair of Death with Steve Turek

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This week on Monster Kid Radio, Steve Turek from the joins Derek to get wrapped up in The Long Hair of Death (dir. Antonio Margheriti). And you know what happens when a couple of friends get together to talk about a movie - not only do they talk about this Barbara Steele film, but they end up talking about a variety of other topics as well (including Conan the Destroyer (dir. Richard Fleischer) for some reason?). Also, Kenny has another Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland, and Mark Matzke has another Beta Capsule Review! Voicemail: 503-479-5MKR (503-479-5657) Email: Monster Kid Radio on...

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Monster Kid Radio #491 - Monster Rally Retro Awards Nominees with Stephen D. Sullivan show art Monster Kid Radio #491 - Monster Rally Retro Awards Nominees with Stephen D. Sullivan

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We can't let a year go by without another installment of the Monster Rally Retro Awards here on Monster Kid Radio! This week, author Stephen D. Sullivan joins Derek to review the 1936, 1946, and 1956 nominees for Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Director, Best Movie, and Best Monster. Also, Kenny has another Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland, Mark Matzke has another Beta Capsule Review, and even Dr. Tongue drops by to get his Scooby on!

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Monster Kid Radio #490 - My Son, the Vampire with Taylor Gentry show art Monster Kid Radio #490 - My Son, the Vampire with Taylor Gentry

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This week's movie might have had several different names, but it stars the one and only Bela Lugosi! We're calling it My Son, the Vampire (dir. John Gilling) here on Monster Kid Radio this week when Taylor Gentry joins Derek to talk about this Lugosi . . . comedy? And if that's not enough, Kenny's Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland also tackles the film! Mark Matzke's Beta Capsule Review continues through the original Ultra Q, and we've even got some Listener Feedback this week.

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Monster Kid Radio #489 - Godzilla vs. Megalon with Anthony Wendel show art Monster Kid Radio #489 - Godzilla vs. Megalon with Anthony Wendel

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Punch! Punch! Punch! Watch out! Here comes Jet Jaguar! And we're not just talking about the band on this week's episode! This week, author Anthony Wendel joins Derek to discuss the 1973 film (although it wasn't released in the US until 1976) Godzilla vs. Megalon (dir. Jun Fukuda, Yoshimitsu Banno). Mark Matzke has another Beta Capsule Review, Dr. Tongue talks to us about some more monster collectibles, Kenny takes a Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland, and some listeners had some feedback for the show.

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Monster Kid Radio #488 - The Maze with Jonathan Inbody show art Monster Kid Radio #488 - The Maze with Jonathan Inbody

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Will YOU get lost in The Maze (dir. William Cameron Menzies) with Derek and this week's guest, Jonathan Inbody? The only way to find out is to listen to this week's episode! When Jonathan isn't producing his X Meets Y Podcast, he's writing, he's making movies, and he's coming up with interesting takes on just-as-interesting movies like this week's film. Also this week we have Kenny's Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland, and a Beta Capsule Review from podcaster/writer/kaiju kid Mark Matzke!

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Monster Kid Radio #487 - David J. Skal, Fright Favorites, and more! show art Monster Kid Radio #487 - David J. Skal, Fright Favorites, and more!

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David J. Skal (http://www.monstershow.net/) is someone whose name should not be unfamiliar to monster kids. He's a film historian. He's an author. He's a documentary producer. And he's one of us. The newest book from David J. Skal is Fright Favorites: 31 Movies to Haunt Your Halloween and Beyond, and it's available NOW. Skal joined Derek this week on Monster Kid Radio to talk about the book, his background, and more!

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Monster Kid Radio #486 - The Vault of Horror and Larry Underwood, PLUS Stephen D. Sullivan's Dr. Cushing’s Chamber of Horrors! show art Monster Kid Radio #486 - The Vault of Horror and Larry Underwood, PLUS Stephen D. Sullivan's Dr. Cushing’s Chamber of Horrors!

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It's about time for another doctor visit, and Monster Kid Radio has you covered! Dr. Gangrene - aka Larry Underwood - joins Derek this week to discuss his upcoming movie Tales from Parts Unknown. It's an anthology film, kind of like the movie they discuss this week - 1973's The Vault of Horror (dir. Roy Ward Baker). We also have Listener Feedback and Kenny's Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland, as well as a visit with author Stephen D. Sullivan about his upcoming book Dr. Cushing’s Chamber of Horrors!

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Monster Kid Radio #485 - The Flesh Eaters with David Annandale show art Monster Kid Radio #485 - The Flesh Eaters with David Annandale

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One of Derek's favorite things about producing Monster Kid Radio is when he gets to watch a new-to-him monster movie. That is exactly what happened this week when author David Annandale returns to the podcast with The Flesh Eaters (dir. Jack Curtis). There are so many elements coming together in this movie - the creator of DC Comics' Doom Patrol, a "Speed Racer" voice actor, an actor with a decidedly German accent believably playing an American, mad science, creatures, and shocking blood.

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Monster Kid Radio #484 - Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man with Ricardo Delgado show art Monster Kid Radio #484 - Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man with Ricardo Delgado

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How has Monster Kid Radio gone over 480 episodes and NOT covered 1943's Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man (dir. Roy William Neill)?!? Let's correct that this week with special guest Ricardo Delgado! Ricardo and Derek discuss this iconic film, break down WHY it's iconic, and how it influenced the course of the rest of the monster movies to come after it. On top of that, Kenny also has another amazing Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland this week!

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Longtime friends of Monster Kid Radio Christopher R. Mihm and Mitch Gonzales return to the show to talk about the latest and greatest news from the Mihmiverse. There's a new movie in production right now - Demon with the Atomic Brain - and Derek can't wait to hear all about it from the Mitch and Mihm Connection (while avoiding spoilers). Plus, feedback from the Fandom Radio Podcast's Joe Eiden about recent podcast episodes and Mystery Science Theater 3000.

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