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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Horror Of Dracula |Monster Attack Ep.91

Jim looks at the film many consider the standard-bearer for all Hammer Dracula films, “Horror of Dracula,” starring Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Michael Gough, Melissa Stribling and Carol Marsh. The evil count, after dispatching Jonathan Harker, sets his sights on Harker’s fiancé, Lucy. Will Dr. Van Helsing come to the rescue in time? It’s all ahead in this episode of “Monster Attack!”

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Dinosaurus! | Monster Attack Ep.90

Jim channels his inner child with a favorite from his early years watching monster movies with this review of 1960’s “Dinosaurus!,” starring Ward Ramsey, Kristina Hanson and Paul Lakather. A construction crew working on a remote island uncovers two dinosaurs and a caveman. When a freak lightning storm awakens the three, things get “prehistoric.” Find out what happens on this 90th episode of Monster Attack.

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Son Of Dracula | Monster Attack Ep.89

Jim examines a 1943 Universal classic that he initially did not like as a kid, but learned to appreciate recently – “Son of Dracula,” starring Lon Chaney Jr, Louise Albritton, Robert Page and Evelyn Ankers. A mysterious Count Alucard visits a woman at her family’s Louisiana plantation and strange things begin happening. Find out more on this episode of “Monster Attack.”

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From Earth To The Moon | Monster Attack Ep.88

Jim looks at another one of the life-defining movies from his childhood in “From Earth To The Moon,” based on the Jules Verne novel of the same name. In 1868, a successful business convinces his peers that they can all send someone to the moon and return them in a book that shows surprising insight into the events that would occur during the 20th century. Find out more on this episode of Monster Attack.

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The Birds | Monster Attack Ep.87

Man is under attack by “The Birds” in this 1963 classic from Director Alfred Hitchcock – starring Rod Taylor, Tippi Hedren, Jessica Tandy, Veronica Cartwright and Suzanne Pleshette. This film is one  that has played well during the 54 years of its existence and Jim digs into the whys and wherefores of its longevity on this episode of “Monster Attack.”

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Five Million Years To Earth | Monster Attack Ep.86

It’s one of Jim’s favorite Hammer Sci-Fi films as he recounts the impact “Five Million Years To Earth” (1967) had on his wanting to eb a filmmaker. The movie, which stars Andrew Keir, James Donald, Julian Glover and Barbara Shelley was directed by Roy Ward Baker and was the third of the popular “Quatermass” films. This “cerebral” film is the subject of Episode 86 of “Monster Attack.”

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Bride Of Frankenstein | Monster Attack Ep.85

It’s another Universal Classic as Jim looks at James Whale’s 1935 follow-up to “Frankenstein” – “Bride Of Frankenstein,” starring Boris karloff, Colin Clive, Ernest Thesiger, Elsa lanchester, Valerie Hobson and Dwight Frye. Victor Frankenstein is having second thoughts about his quest, when Dr. Pretorius shows up with an offer he can’t refuse. Find out what happens on this episode of “Monster Attack.”

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A Bucket Of Blood | Monster Attack Ep.84

Madeline Brumby is with us again as we look at Roger Corman’s classic black comedy, “A,Bucket Of Blood,” starring Dick Miller, Barboura Morris, Ed Nelson and Burt Convy. The role of Walter Paisley was a career-defining role for Miller, a favorite of monster Attack. Join us for this loving look at a memorable film on the eve of the Monsterama Convention in Atlanta on this episode of “Monster Attack.”

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Island of Lost Souls | Monster Attack Ep.83

Jim examines the 1933 classic “Island Of Lost Souls,” starring Charles Laughton, Richard Arlen, Kathleen Burke, Leila Hyams and Bela Lugosi. Dr. Moreau is conducting some questionable experiments on an uncharted island that requires animals of all species. And what about the “House of Pain?” Find out on this episode of Monster Attack.

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