Destination Moon | Monster Attack Ep.81

It’s man’s first trip to the Moon – George Pal style – in this 1950 sci-fi favorite, “Destination Moon,” starring John Archer, Warner Anderson, Tom Powers and Dick Wesson. In spite of attempts from a scared government to stop their launch, a group of industrialists build and launch a rocket ship towards our nearest celestial body.It’s the adventure of the ages on this episode of “Monster Attack.”

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Project Entertainment Network Top 5 Concert Lists

Each Saturday and Sunday we’ll post a fun Top 5 List from three of our PEN hosts. Topics will vary. Some you will agree on. Others you will not. Isn’t that the fun of having lists?

Today’s Topic: Concerts

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Scott Groverston (Necrocasticon and The Curtain Jerkers)

1. Trans-Siberian Orchestra

 2. Metallica 
 3. GWAR
 4. Motorhead
 5. Kiss 
 
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Jim Adams (Monster Attack)

1. Santana

2. Rolling Stones
4. Pink Floyd
5. CCR
 
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Amber Fallon (It Cooks!)

1. Fountains of Wayne

2. mc chris
3. Shiny Toy Guns
4. Meg & Dia
5. Ben Folds

The Wolfman (1941) |Monster Attack Ep.80

In celebration of our 80th episode, Jim reaches into the Universal vault for 1942’s classic monster flick, “The Wolfman,” starring Lon Chaney Jr., in a career-defining role, Claude Rains, Evelyn Ankers, Ralph Bellamy, Bela Lugosi, Patric Knowles and Maria Ouspenskaya. Larry Talbot is bitten by a werewolf and is cursed to roam the moors every full moon. It’s all ahead on this episode of “Monster Attack.”

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Project Entertainment Network Top 5 TV Show Lists

Each Saturday and Sunday we’ll post a fun Top 5 List from three of our PEN hosts. Topics will vary. Some you will agree on. Others you will not. Isn’t that the fun of having lists?

Today’s Topic: TV Show Series

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Amber Fallon (It Cooks! Podcast)

2. Jem and the Holograms
3. Tales from the Darkside
4. Masters of Horror
5. Quantum Leap
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Jim Adams (Monster Attack)

2. Smallville
3. The Flash
4. Outer Limits (1960s)
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Armand Rosamilia (Arm Cast Podcast and The Mando Method Podcast)

1. John Doe
2. Jericho
4. Battlestar Galactica (original)
5. Melrose Place (don’t judge me)

 

 

 

House Of Wax | Monster Attack Ep.79

Jim takes a look at another childhood favorite featuring the skills and talents of Vincent Price in 1953’s “House Of Wax,” co-starring Phyllis Kirk, Carolyn Jones, Frank Lovejoy and Charles Bronson. A mad sculptor finds a unique way of making his wax figures seem amazingly lifelike. What could possibly be his secret? It is all ahead on this episode of Monster Attack.

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The Invisible Man | Monster Attack Ep.78

“Can you see me, now? Can you see me, now?” No, it’s not some guy with a cell phone. It’s Universal’s 1933 classic, “The Invisible Man,” starring Claude Rains, Gloria Stuart and directed by James Whale. A scientist slowly descends into madness after discovering a formula that turns him invisible. It’s all ahead on this episode of “Monster Attack!”

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The Mummy’s Hand | Monster Attack Ep.77

Two down on their luck archaeologists try to unravel the mystery of Princess Ananka, but get in the way of Kharis, the legendary royal who was buried alive. It’s the 1940 favorite, “The Mummy’s Hand,” starring Dick Foran, Wallace Ford, Peggy Moran, George Zucco, Tom Tyler and Cecil Kellaway. The Epyptian hills of Southern California never looked so good on this episode of Monster Attack.

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20 Million Miles To Earth | Monster Attack Ep.76

It’s a monster from the planet Venus loose in Rome, Italy features in this 1957 sci-fi classic, starring William Hopper, Joan Taylor, Bart Braverman and Thomas Browne Henry. and the amazing work of Ray Harryhausen. Ymir on the loose! Ymir on the loose on this episode of Monster Attack!

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I Was A Teenage Frankenstein | Monster Attack Ep.75

It’s a little bit of horror and a little bit of “Teen Angst’ as Jim examines the 1957 culyt classic “I was A Teenage Frankenstein,” starring Whit Bissell, Phyllis Coates, Robert Burton and Gary Conway. The descendant of the original Baron Frankenstein picks up where Grandpa left off and creates a living human being – but with terrible consequences. Oh the Humanity! On this episode of Monster Attack.

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The Blob | Monster Attack Ep.74

Madeline Brumby is back to help Jim look at the ultimate monster movie cult classic from the 50’s – 1958’s “The Blob,” starring Steve McQueen and Anita Corsaut. An amorphous entity from a meteorite goes on a rampage killing and eating people at will. A group of teenagers are the town’s and maybe mankind’s only hope. Will the disbelieving adults listen to them? Find out on this episode of Monster Attack!

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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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