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The Black Cat | Monster Attack Ep.46

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Jim and Mark examine a film that many consider to be Universal’s finest horror film – 1934’s “The Black Cat,” starring Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi. This film was not only the first pairing for these two horror giants, but also fascinated audiences with its unique look and story. It was Universal’s most successful film for the year.

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Fantastic Voyage -50th Anniversary | Monster Attack Ep.45

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In this “extended episode,” Jim And Mark examine 19966’s Classic Sci-Fi favorite “Fantastic Voyage,” starring Stephen Boyd, Arthur O’Connell, Arthur Kennedy, Donald Pleasence, Raquel Welch William Redfield and Edmund O’Brien. Take a “fantastic” journey into the human body on this episode of “Monster Attack.”

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Terror in the Midnight Sun

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Jim and Mark reflect on the 1959 sci-fi thriller, “Terror in the Midnight Sun,” also know as “Invasion of the Animal People,” starring Barbara Wilson and Robert Burton. This is the film that greatly affected Mark toward his chosen profession and one that had an impact on Jim as well. The two also wax poetic on going to the drive-in movies. It’s all here in this episode of Monster Attack.

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When Worlds Collide | Monster Attack Ep.42

It’s the end of the world in this 1951 George Pall-produced classic as Jim and Mark take a look at “When Worlds Collide,” starring Richard Derr, Barbara Rush and Peter Hansen.  As a star races toward the Earth on a collision course, a group of scientists aided by funding from private sources try to construct and launch a modern-day Noah’s Ark. It’s all ahead in this episode of Monster Attack.

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