The Frozen Dead | Monster Attack Ep.73

It’s a very special episode that Jim dedicates to the memory of his Dad, who introduced him to Monster Movies, as he examines this 1967 British thriller, starring Dana Andrews. A Nazi scientist is tasked with reanimating several Nazi officials who were frozen at the end of WWII in an attempt to resurrect the Third Reich. But, something goes horribly wrong. Don’t be left out in the cold. Check out this episode of Monster Attack, now.

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The Monster That Challenged The World |Monster Attack Ep.72

It’s Monstrous! It’s Challenging! It’s “The Monster That Challenged The World” (1957), starring Tim Holt, Audrey Dalton and Hans Conried. Jim explores this MGM offering concerning large prehistoric sea mollusks that threaten the residents living on the coast of the Salton Sea in Southern California. Will man prevail or will the Earth succumb to the giant snails? It’s all ahead on this episode of Monster Attack.

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The Brain That Wouldn’t Die | Monster Attack Ep.71

It’s a vivid trip down memory lane as Jim talks about a cult film that left an indelible image with him – 1962’s “The Brain That Wouldn’t Die,” starring Jason Evers, Virginia Leith and Leslie Daniel. An ambitious young doctor explores new medical techniques and tries to save the life of his finance, which results in horrific consequences. It’s all ahead on this episode of Monster Attack.

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The Green Slime | Monster Attack Ep.70

The title says it all. 1968’s cult classic “The Green Slime,” starring Robert Horton, Richard Jaeckel and Luciana Paluzzi is in the spotlight. This entertaining sci-fi follows the exploits of astronauts attempting to stop an alien life form from overtaking their space station and possibly the world. Follow the fun on this week’s episode of “Monster Attack.”

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The Deadly Mantis | Monster Attack Ep.69

It’s another “Big Bug” picture as Jim looks at 1957’s classic monster flick, “The Deadly mantis,” starring Craig Stevens, William Hopper and Alix Talton. An enormous Praying Mantis is revived following a geothermal event just north of the Antarctic circle putting mankind at risk. Can the authorities come to the rescue in time? Find out on this episode of Monster Attack.

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The Alligator People | Monster Attack Ep.67

A scientist in the wilds of the Louisiana bayou concocts a treatment that could revolutionize healing and medicine as we know it … but, with terrible side effects in this 1959 cult classic “The Alligator People, starring Beverly Garland, George Macready and Lon Chaney, Jr. It’s another one of Jim;’s childhood favorites on this episode of Monster Attack.

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Invisible Invaders | Monster Attack Ep.66

It’s invisible aliens wanting to destroy mankind in this 1959 “Guilty Pleasure,” starring John Carradine, John Agar, Jean Byron, Phillip Tonge and Robert Hutton. Jim examines one his boyhood favorites -“Invisible Invaders.” Has the Earth become a threat to another race of beings because of recent advances in atomic power? Find out how mankind fights this ultimate threat on Episode 66 of Monster Attack.

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Giant From The Unknown | Monster Attack Ep.65

Jim goes back to 1959 to look at a tale about a long-dead evil Spanish Conquistador who terrorizes a small Northern California town in “Giant From The Unknown,” starring Ed Kemmer, Sally Fraser, Morris Ankrum, Bob Steele and Buddy Baer. Does the ground in the hills of California cause things, including people, to be in a state of suspended animation for more than 500 years? Find out on this episode of Monster Attack.

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The Tingler | Monster Attack Ep 64

Madeline Brumby returns with one of William Castle’s most popular films, “The Tingler” (1959), starring Vincent Price, Darryl Hickman, Patricia Cutts, Pamela Lincoln, Judith Evelyn and Phillip Coolidge. This is the film known for its use of strategically placed seat buzzers in select theatres. Come enjoy all the fun as Jim and Madeline re-live the “Tingler” experience on this week’s episode of Monster Attack.

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The Gorgon |Monster Attack Ep.63

Jim examines a 1964 Hammer Gothic, “The Gorgon,” with roots in Greek mythology, starring Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Barbara Shelley and directed by Terence Fisher. A small town is plagued with a series of strange murders – all of the victims have been turned to stone. A professor and a young man, looking into his brother’s death, uncover what looks to be a huge conspiracy. What is the town hiding? Find out on this episode of Monster Attack.

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Gojira (1954) | Monster Attack Ep.62

It was an international sensation that launched a beloved franchise that spanned more than six decades – “Gojira” a.k.a. “Godzilla.”  Mike Clark (BK on the Air) joins Jim for a lively discussion about one of cinema’s most popular dinosaurs. Come take a trip back to the time where it all began on this episode of Monster attack.

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House On Haunted Hill | Monster Attack Ep.61

Madeline Brumby returns to the podcast to talk with Jim about another William castle classic: 1959’s “House of Haunted Hill,” starring Vincent Price, Elisha Cook Jr., Carol Ohmart, Richard Long, Alan Marshall and Carolyn Craig. Would you stay in a haunted house that saw several brutal murders during its history? It’s all ahead on this episode of “Monster Attack.”

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