The Curse Of The Demon | Monster Attack Ep.103

Jim looks at a Jacques Tourneur-directed classic supernatural film form 1957 – “The Curse Of The Demon,” staring Dana Andrews, Peggy Cummins and Nial MacGinnis. An investigation into a demon cult leads to the mysterious death of a paranormal professor in England. When his associate arrives, he too seemingly becomes the victim of a powerful curse. This stylish thriller became a signature piece for Tourneur and Andrews. Find out more on this episode of “Monster Attack.”

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The Hideous Sun Demon | Monster Attack Ep. 102

Jim finds another memorable cult classic in 1958’s “The Hideous Sun Demon,”¬†produced, directed and starring Robert Clarke, who plays a scientist exposed to to an unknown isotope that causes him to turn “reptilian” when exposed to the sun. The film also stars Patricia Manning and features appearances by a couple of The King Family members. Will a cure be found in time/ Find out on this episode of “Monster attack.”

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Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors | Monster Attack Ep.101

A strange man enters a rail car and foretells the fate of five travelers in this 11965 classic from Amicus : “Dr. Terrors House of Horrors,” starring Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Roy Castle and directed by Freddie Francis. The is is a film that Jim said greatly influence his writing style and film making style. What is the power Dr. Terror holds over these five men. Find out on this episode of Monster Attack.

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Special Extended Episode | Monster Attack Ep.100

Mark Maddox returns for our 100th Episode of “Monster Attack!” In this special extended episode Jim and Mark talk about two incredible films – 1956’s “Invasion Of The Body Snatchers,” starring Kevin McCarthy, Dana Wynter, King Donovan, Carolyn Jones and Directed by Don Siegel; AND George Pal’s 1960 Sci-Fi Classic “The Time Machine,” starring Rod Taylor, Alan Young, Yvette Mimieux, Sebastian Cabot and Whit Bissell. It’s an episode you will not forget on this week’s “Monster Attack!”

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The Amazing Colossal Man | Monster Attack Ep. 99

It’s another Bert I. Gordon classic cult film as Jim excitedly talks about another childhood favorite, 1957’s “The Amazing Colossal Man,” starring Glen Langan, Cathy Downs and William Hudson. Jim gets so excited, he consistently refers to the female lead female character in the film by the actor’s name. But it is all part of the the fun in this HUGE episode of “Monster Attack.”

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Village Of The Damned | Monster Attack Ep.98

Madeline Brumby returns and talks with Jim about about the 1960 Sci-Fi classic “Village Of The Damned,” starring George Sanders, Barbara Shelley and Michael Gwynn. A small village in Great Britain¬† experiences a bizarre 2-hour period in which all living things black out. A few weeks later, twelve women in the village are found to be pregnant. The¬† children who are born exhibit some unusual characteristics. Find out all about it on this episode of “Monster Attack.”

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It The Terror From Beyond Space | Monster Attack Ep.97

Jim looks at another childhood favorite and a film that influenced several sci-fi/monster writers and directors – 1958’s “It The Terror From Beyond Space,” starring Marshall Thompson, Shirley Patterson, Dabs Greer, Kim Spaulding, Ann Doran and Ray “Crash” Corrigan. A spaceship headed back to earth from Mars picks up a deadly, unwanted guest from the Red Planet. It’s a fight for survival on this episode of “Monster Attack.”

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The Deadly Bees | Monster Attack Ep.96

Jim looks at an Amicus cult classic form 1966, “The Deadly Bees,” starring Suzanna Leigh, Frank Finlay, Guy Doleman and Michael Ripper. This Freddie Francis directed film centers around an exhausted Pop singer (Leigh) taking a rest on a small island, which just happens to be plagued with strange bee attacks. Which of the two prominent bee keepers is responsible? It is all ahead on this episode of “Monster Attack.”

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Them! | Monster Attack Ep.95

Jim looks at what he believes is the best big-bug film of the 50’s – the 1954 Warner Bros. classic, “Them,” starring James Whitmore, Joan Weldon, James Arness, Edmund Gwenn, Onslow Stevens and an interesting collection of soon-to-be famous actors in cameo. Giant ants – from extended radiation exposure – threaten mankind.Take a look at this fascinating microcosm of 50’s post-WWII society with a statement about the fear of atomic power during this episode of Monster Attack.

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The Invisible Man Returns | Monster Attack Ep.94

Jim takes a look (so to to speak) at Universal’s 1940 follow-up to “The Invisible Man” – “The Invisible Man Returns,” starring Vincent Price, Cedric Hardwicke, Nan Gray, John Sutton, Cecil Kellaway and Alan Napier. An innocent man, convicted of murder and sentenced to hang, attempts to find the murderer of his brother using the infamous drug, Monocaine. Will he succeed before insanity sets in. Find out on this episode of “monster Attack.”

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The Plague Of The Zombies \ Monster Attack Ep.93

Two years before George Romero released “Night Of The Living Dead,” Hammer Films presented a zombie film into its body of horror film work. Jim looks at a film that many consider to be the best zombie film made prior to “Night” – 1966’s “The Plague Of The Zombies” starring Andre Morrell, Diane Clare, Brook Williams, John Carson, Jacqueline Pierce and Michael Ripper. A small village is plagues with people dying from a mysterious illness. And what is with those same folks being seen walking around following the funeral? Find out the answer on this week’s episode of “Monster Attack.”

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Indestructible Man | Monster Attack Ep.92

Jim examines a cult favorite from 1956, “Indestructible Man,” starring Lon Chaney Jr., Casey Adams, Marion Carr and Russ Elliot. “Butcher” Benton is brought back to life after his execution by a scientist looking for a cancer cure. Unfortunately, that gives him a chance to revenge himself against a crooked lawyer and two guys who ratted him out. The chase is on to stop this Indestructible Man. It’s all ahead on this episode of “Monster Attack.”

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