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Monster Kid Radio #146 - Monster Kid Radio Crashes The Monster Squad

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Release Date: 10/28/2014

Monster Kid Radio #533 - Doctor X and Micah Harris show art Monster Kid Radio #533 - Doctor X and Micah Harris

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1932's Doctor X (dir .Michael Curtiz) is a film of firsts, as this week's guest - Micah Harris - tells us this week on Monster Kid Radio! And one of those firsts? This was a first-time watch for Derek! Plus Kenny's Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland and Mark Matzke's Beta Capsule Review!

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Monster Kid Radio #532 - Catching up with monster kid indie filmmaker Seb Godin show art Monster Kid Radio #532 - Catching up with monster kid indie filmmaker Seb Godin

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He's a monster kid. He's an independent filmmaker. He's Sébastien Godin, and he's joining Derek this week on Monster Kid Radio. Seb's a busy guy and doesn't seem to know how to NOT make movies, and us monster kids are all the better for it. He's gearing up to shoot his biggest film to date - The Damnation of Dracula - while he has at least three other movies waiting for him once that movie's finished.

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Monster Kid Radio #531 - Danielle Monster Kid Radio #531 - Danielle "Penny Dreadful" Gelehrter and her new podcast Terror at Collinwood

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There's nothing quite like the TV show "Dark Shadows." It's spooky, it's gothic, it's got vampires . . . and it's got a LOT of episodes and story lines. Fortunately, there's a (relatively) new podcast - Terror at Collinwood - that's exploring all things Dark Shadows, and it's hosted by friend-of-the-show Penny Dreadful (aka Danielle Gelehrter). She joins Derek this week to discuss her podcast, her history with Dark Shadows, and more!

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Monster Kid Radio #530 - Giant Monsters During the Legendary Era with Robert Kelly show art Monster Kid Radio #530 - Giant Monsters During the Legendary Era with Robert Kelly

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Two podcasters. Two giant monsters. Four films. This week, Robert Kelly from the Record All Monsters podcast joins Derek to reflect on the way Legendary Pictures has handled two of the biggest monsters of all time - King Kong and Godzilla. It's a fun conversation between two podcasters having a fun time discussing these fun movies. And don't miss the latest Beta Capsule Review from Mark Matzke.

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Monster Kid Radio #529 - The Astro-Zombies and David Heath show art Monster Kid Radio #529 - The Astro-Zombies and David Heath

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Your own experiments will have to wait, because it's time for another episode of Monster Kid Radio. This week, David Heath calls in from his goat farm to discuss the 1968 film The Astro-Zombies (dir. Ted V. Mikels), and he does so while Tura Satana is nearby (really!). Of course, Kenny shares his Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland, and Mark Matzke's Beta Capsule Review tackles another amazing episode of Ultraman. Plus, Listener Feedback!

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Monster Kid Radio #528 - M and Erik J. Martin show art Monster Kid Radio #528 - M and Erik J. Martin

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Fritz Lang's classic film M is celebrating its 70th birthday this year, and there can be no better way to celebrate this movie's milestone than to discuss it with 's Erik J. Martin. It's a dark film . . . but it's oh-so-good. Also this week, we have a new installment of Atomic Tales, Mark Matzke's Beta Capsule Review, and Kenny's Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland. Voicemail: 503-479-5MKR (503-479-5657) Email: Monster Kid Radio's Discord Server - Monster Kid Radio on Reddit - Monster Kid Radio on Twitch! - - Monster Kid Radio on YouTube - Electronics Service Unit No. 16 - Follow...

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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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Monster Kid Radio #526 - King Kong – Alive on Broadway with Paul McComas show art Monster Kid Radio #526 - King Kong – Alive on Broadway with Paul McComas

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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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Monster Kid Radio #524 - 3 Dev Adam with Chris McMillan show art Monster Kid Radio #524 - 3 Dev Adam with Chris McMillan

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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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In this day-before-Halloween episode of Monster Kid Radio, Derek heads to the Hollywood Theatre for a movie that was produced outside the timeframe typical of the films discussed on Monster Kid Radio . . . but it's definitely not a movie outside of our wheelhouse! It's 1987's The Monster Squad (dir. Fred Dekker), and it was a Monster Kid Radio Crash. Derek was joined by Ray Jelinek, The Shadow Over Portland's Chris McMillan, and The Recovering Ubergeek's Rick Myers. Additionally, the Countdown to Lugosiween comes to an end. Be sure to visit our complete website at http://www.monsterkidradio.net.

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Lugosiween, Part Eight
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