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Our "Folk Around and Find Out" triple feature continues much like the ongoing cycle of toxic masculinity. So join us as we meet The Green Man in Alex Garland's "MEN". Make sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or anywhere you get your podcasts.Want to support the show and save 20% on Fangoria? Visit shop.fangoria.com/howimetyourmonster and enter PROMO CODE: HOWIMETYOURMONSTER at checkout!Looking for How I Met Your Monster merch? Check out TeePublic https://bit.ly/howimetyourmonstermerch
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Dorian Price and Mark Radulich present our Sleepy Hollow 1999 Movie Review!Sleepy Hollow is a 1999 gothic supernatural horror film directed by Tim Burton. It is a film adaptation loosely based on Washington Irving's 1820 short story "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow", and stars Johnny Depp and Christina Ricci, with Miranda Richardson, Michael Gambon, Casper Van Dien, Christopher Lee and Jeffrey Jones in supporting roles. The plot follows police constable Ichabod Crane (Depp) sent from New York City to investigate a series of murders in the village of Sleepy Hollow by a mysterious Headless Horseman.Disclaimer: The following may contain offensive language, adult humor, and/or content that some viewers may find offensive – The views and opinions expressed by any one speaker does not explicitly or necessarily reflect or represent those of Mark Radulich or W2M Network.Mark Radulich and his wacky podcast on all the things:https://linktr.ee/markkind76alsoFB Messenger: Mark Radulich LCSWTiktok: @markradulichtwitter: @MarkRadulich
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In 1973 Richard Lester's rollicking romp The Three Musketeers was released - subtitled 'The Queen's Diamonds' (The Four Musketeers was filmed at the same time and followed a year after) the movie starred Michael York as D'Artagnan, Oliver Reed as Athos, Frank Finlay as Porthos and Richard Chamberlain as Aramis. Perhaps most memorable was the pairing of Raquel Welch with Spike Milligan, as Monsieur and Madame Bonacieux - she the close confidante to the Queen of France and he an easily-bought informant to the villainous Cardinal Richelieu (Charlton Heston). The movie also featured Lester regular Roy Kinnear, the (recently) late Joss Ackland, Faye Dunaway and Christopher Lee. It's a joyous adaptation of the Dumas novel with a script that pops and fizzes courtesy of Flashman author George MacDonald Fraser. Featuring the stylistic flourishes that always mark out a good Richard Lester film, plus realistic depictions of early 17th Century Paris - the squalor as well as the wealth - edge-of-your-seat sword fights and shot through with bawdy humour, The Three Musketeers was a commercial and critical triumph upon release and it is the topic of this week's edition of Goon Pod. Joining Tyler once again are the hosts of Still Any Good podcast - Christopher Webb and Robert Johnson, live from a shed somewhere in the Antipodes during a noisy Guy Fawkes celebration - appropriate for discussing a film which culminates in a grand fireworks display! Still Any Good can be found here: https://linktr.ee/stillanygood
As Dean and Pete say goodbye to their long time top band Kiss (for the second time), and Allen laments on the demise of The Arctic Monkeys, our thought take a darker turn. We hark back to those late nights, many years ago, when your parents let you stay up past your bedtime to watch the Fright Night double bill. Whether it was Christopher Lee's count that gave you the colly-wobbles, or Salem's Lot's Mr. Barlow that made you S you P's, Vampires have always topped the movie monster polls. We sift through some of our favorites in this blood curdling episode.So, lock your windows, grab your garlic and crucifix, but whatever you do…Don't Go Outside!
Nosferatu November 2023 continues with a revisit with the film Horror of Dracula (dir. Terence Fisher) with Beth Koch. Plus Mark Matzke's Beta Capsule Review (The Return of Ultraman), Listener Feedback, and Kenny's Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland! Team Deth YouTube Channel - Voicemail: (360) 524-2484 Email: Monster Kid Radio's Discord Server - Monster Kid Radio on Reddit - Monster Kid Radio on Twitch! - - Monster Kid Radio on YouTube - Follow Mark MatzkeMonster Fest 2024 - Monsteropolis - Monster Study Group - Small Town Monsters - Monster Fest - Small Town Monsters YouTube Channel (Home of SasWatch) - Monster Kid Radio Amazon Wishlist - Monster Kid Radio on TeePublic - Next time on Monster Kid Radio:Zandor Vorkov Q&A from Monster Bash October 2023 The opening and closing song () provided courtesy of - - All original content of Monster Kid Radio by is licensed under a .
WoHos!Our friend Martin Harries from the Film Vs. Film podcast joined us to share a film that Means The World of Horror™ to him: DR. TERROR'S HOUSE OF HORRORS, which is the first portmanteau film from Amicus Studios.From IMDb: Aboard a British train, mysterious fortune teller Dr. Schreck uses tarot cards to read the futures of five fellow passengers.This film has everything: A werewolf, two vamps, murderous plant life, a "handy" comeuppance, and a voodoo curse. Check it out!!Martin's solo.to (Links)Film vs. Film Podcast's InstagramMartin's InstagramWe discussed THE INNOCENTS on Episode 22We discussed THE CREEPING FLESH on Episode 87 Support the showInterstitial Music Works is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/Theme by Charles Michel "Aqui"Interstitial MusicKumiko (edited)Coma-MediaSubscribe to the Podcast for a Special shout-out!World of Horror's InstagramMom's InstagramMac's InstagramDonate to Translifeline
Choo Choo! The Trans-Siberian express is pulling out! The passengers aboard are Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, and Telly Savalas! The Yard Sale Artist himself, Jarrod Alberich is here with me, and we are going to talk about this awesome movie, as I've been wanting to cover this one for a long time! No other film has ever had such a great cast and so many horror and sci-fi elements in it! OK, maybe there has been another one, but it definitely wasn't this awesome. As usual, if you want to leave any feedback, you can do so through email at Magazinesandmonsters@gmail.com or to me on Twitter @Billyd_licious or on the show's FB or Tumblr pages (and I'm now on BlueSky as well (@docstrange.bsky.social)! You can find Jarrod on every social media platform as @Yardsaleartist and definitely check out his website as well (Theyardsaleartist.com)! Thanks for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/magsnmonsters/message
"Dracula the Damned" is a 1960 British supernatural horror film produced by Hammer Film Productions starring ‘Big' Christopher Lee… Scratch that…Rather, the original sequel to the first Hammer Dracula film was cancelled without explanation, although Christopher Lee's decision not to return due to fear of typecasting probably led to The Brides of Dracula taking its place. #BigChrisLee did return five years later, however, when he starred in Dracula, Prince of Darkness.The Brides of Dracula is a 1960 British supernatural horror film produced by Hammer Film Productions. Directed by Terence Fisher, the film stars Peter Cushing, David Peel (who wore lifts in his shoes to make him the same height as actor Peter Cushing in the film. Peel, according to his bio at the time, was 5 foot 10. Cushing was six feet tall. To make his vampire look distinguishable from Christopher Lee's, Peel wore a full blonde hairpiece), Yvonne Monlaur, Andrée Melly, Miles Malleson (the hearse driver in the Ealing chiller compendium Dead of Night), Martita Hunt (known for her rich cluster of queens, dowagers, shrews, and evildoers—but it was her brilliant performance as the mad, reclusive Miss Havisham in the classic Great Expectations that earned her international recognition), and Freda Jackson (also an alumna of Great Expectations). Although, the character of Count Dracula does not appear in the film, and is instead mentioned only twice.After the success of Dracula, Hammer commissioned Jimmy Sangster to write a sequel titled Disciple of Dracula, about an acolyte of the vampire, with Count Dracula himself only making a cameo appearance. Sangster's script was rewritten by Peter Bryan to remove references to Dracula, while adding the character of Van Helsing. The screenplay was then further revised by Edward Percy. Filming began on January 16, 1960, at Bray Studios, and the film premiered at the Odeon Marble Arch on July 6. It was distributed theatrically on a double bill with The Leech Woman.The ending was originally planned to have the vampires destroyed by a swarm of bats, but this proved too expensive to stage and shoot, and was also vetoed by Peter Cushing, who did not think his character would perform the black magic required to summon the bats. However, the idea was recycled three years later for the climax of Hammer's The Kiss of the Vampire. The prop department put a lot of effort into making a realistic model bat, but it was lost and had to be replaced on short notice. This explains the unconvincing model bat in the movie.The front doors of Oakely Court served as the main entrance to Meinster Castle. Oakley Court has been featured in a number of classic horror films, including The Curse of Frankenstein, The Horror of Dracula, The Evil of Frankenstein, Die, Monster, Die, and The Rocky Horror Picture Show.$£$£$£$£$£$£$£$£$£$£$£$£$£$£$£$£$£$£$Just in case anyone has too much money and wants to give a bit to us to help with our hosting n stuff. It would be amazing if you fancied sending us some pennies - thank you.https://supporter.acast.com/general-witchfinders$£$£$£$£$£$£$£$£$£$£$£$£$£$£$£$£$£$£$£ Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/general-witchfinders. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
To kick off our “Folk Around and Find Out” triple feature, we're trading burnt humans for a successful harvest in Robin Hardy's sun-worshiping, hare-raising horror masterpiece, THE WICKER MAN, starring Edward Woodward, Christopher Lee, Diane Cilento, and Britt Ekland. We visit Summerisle for May Day (Beltane) to celebrate the halfway point between the spring equinox and the summer solstice.Make sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or anywhere you get your podcasts.Want to support the show and save 20% on Fangoria? Visit shop.fangoria.com/howimetyourmonster and enter PROMO CODE: HOWIMETYOURMONSTER at checkout!Looking for How I Met Your Monster merch? Check out TeePublic https://bit.ly/howimetyourmonstermerch
Nosferatu November 2023 continues with a look at the film Slaughter of the Vampires (dir. Roberto Mauri) with Monster Kid Irregular Tom Gurganus. Plus Mark Matzke's Beta Capsule Review (The Return of Ultraman), Listener Feedback, and Kenny's Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland! Team Deth YouTube Channel - Voicemail: (360) 524-2484 Email: Monster Kid Radio's Discord Server - Monster Kid Radio on Reddit - Monster Kid Radio on Twitch! - - Monster Kid Radio on YouTube - Follow Mark MatzkeMonster Fest 2024 - Monsteropolis - Monster Study Group - Small Town Monsters - Monster Fest - Small Town Monsters YouTube Channel (Home of SasWatch) - Monster Kid Radio Amazon Wishlist - Carolina Theatre - Kaiju-Quest - Monster Kid Radio on TeePublic - Next time on Monster Kid Radio: Horror of Dracula (dir. Terence Fisher) with Beth Koch The opening and closing song () provided courtesy of - - All original content of Monster Kid Radio by is licensed under a .
TOPICS INCUDE...AARON RODGERS INJURY AND POSSIBLE RETURN...CLAYTON KERSHAW SURGERY AND POSSIBLE RETURN TO LA IN 2024...and more. www.chrisleemd.comwww.stetsonleeortho.comDr. Christopher S. Lee is a board certified orthopedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine, arthroscopy, joint and cartilage preservation as well as shoulder and knee replacements. He is the team physician for the USA National Indoor Volleyball Team and will be traveling with the team to Tokyo for the 2020 Summer Olympics.Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, Dr. Lee attended Tufts University where he received awards for both academic and artistic achievements. While in college, he had the unique opportunity of studying abroad in China where he studied Mandarin Chinese and Chinese Literature at Peking University.After graduating Tufts, Dr. Lee subsequently attended the Tufts University School of Medicine where he participated in the MD/MBA program. After completing the Tufts Combined Residency in Orthopaedic Surgery, he then received his fellowship training at the San Diego Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine Fellowship where he trained with international pioneers in sports medicine, arthroscopy and shoulder replacement surgery. As a fellow, he served as an assistant team physician for the San Diego State University Aztecs and the San Diego Padres Major League Baseball team. He is presently team physician for the USA National Indoor Volleyball Team, Rock N' Roll Sports Medicine, and Crescenta Valley High School. Dr. Lee has a longtime commitment to running. A track athlete in high school, he transitioned to distance running over the years and completed the Philadelphia Marathon in 2007, the Boston Marathon in 2008 and 2010 and the Chicago Marathon in 2013. As a healthcare provider, he has served as a member of the Rock 'n' Roll Marathon Series Medical Team since 2012. He presently has a passion for running, golf, volleyball, basketball and football. A violinist since the age of 4, Dr. Lee has traveled internationally to Europe and South America to give both solo and ensemble performances. He attended the Tanglewood Music Institute on scholarship during the summer of 1996 and continued his musical studies while at Tufts, winning the University Concerto Competition in 1998 and 2001. He has been the fortunate recipient of the Jacob Swartz Young Artist Award for solo performance and the Eugene Lehner Chamber Music Award as a member of the Rackwick Quartet.Dr. Lee has several research interests and has published in major orthopaedic journals and presented at national meetings. He currently has active projects in ACL reconstruction, shoulder replacement surgery, shoulder arthroscopy, overhead athletes, post-operative pain management, MRI, meniscus repair and biceps pathology.
Andy dives into Spanish & British Horror classic, Horror Express. This movie was released in 1972 and stars Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, and Telly Savalas of Kojak fame. Listen to find out what this often overlooked film has to offer to modern audiences.
Junk Food Dinner returns for our November episode (definitely not our Halloween episode) where we discuss British vampires, Japanese dinosaurs and Chicago juvenile delinquents! Up first, Christopher Lee is Count Dracula and he returns from his slumber in swinging 1972 London and it's up to Peter Cushing and his granddaughter (both descendants of Van Helsing) to stop him in Hammer horror film Dracula A.D. 1972. Then, Toei Pictures brings us a tale of prehistoric creatures returning to swinging 70's Japan and causing mayhem to an inexplicable funk soundtrack in Legend of Dinosaurs and Monster Birds from 1977. And finally, Sean Penn plays a Chicago street thug who gets put in the toughest juvenile prison in the country after a drug deal goes bad and leaves multiple people dead. There he has to defend himself from other prisoners like the menacing Clancy Brown. But when a rival gang member, played by Esai Morales, shows up at the prison, things really get heated in Bad Boys from 1983. All this plus heated discussions on how long after Halloween it's appropriate to celebrate, why Gen Z isn't into rude titties on film, the new Salem's Lot, Godzilla on Apple TV, hot blu-rays and so much more! LISTEN NOW:MP3 Direct DonloydAlso, if you like the show, please take a minute and subscribe and/or comment on us on iTunes, Stitcher, Blubrry or Podfeed.net. Check us out on Facebook and Twitter! We'd love to see some of your love on Patreon - it's super easy and fun to sign up for the extra bonus content. We'll keep this podcast going with your love and support.
Nosferatu November 2023 kicks off with a look at the film Blacula (dir. William Crain) with fellow creator/crafter/monster kid/monster hugger Dominique Lamssies. Plus Mark Matzke's Beta Capsule Review (The Return of Ultraman) and Kenny's Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland! - Team Deth YouTube Channel - Voicemail: (360) 524-2484 Email: Monster Kid Radio's Discord Server - Monster Kid Radio on Reddit - Monster Kid Radio on Twitch! - - Monster Kid Radio on YouTube - Follow Mark MatzkeMonster Fest 2024 - Monsteropolis - Monster Study Group - Small Town Monsters - Monster Fest - Small Town Monsters YouTube Channel (Home of SasWatch) - Monster Kid Radio Amazon Wishlist - Monster Kid Radio on TeePublic - Next time on Monster Kid Radio: Slaughter of the Vampires (dir. Roberto Mauri) with Tom Gurganus The opening and closing song () provided courtesy of - All original content of Monster Kid Radio by is licensed under a .
Your hosts encounter a film often overlooked... it's THE CITY OF THE DEAD (1960) aka HORROR HOTEL directed by John Llewellyn Moxey! Designed to compete with Hammer Horror, this proto-Amicus Productions film stars Christopher Lee, Patricia Jessel, Venetia Stevenson and Betta St. John. Context setting 00:00; Synopsis 17:02; Discussion 30:42; Ranking 55:04
It's time for one of those huge episodes. Well, it's a three parter anyways. 1963 was not the most ground breaking year for horror movies, well, as far as the big hitter films are concerned anyways. The highs are really high & the lows are few & far between. But, what do I think was the very greatest horror movie that came out during 1963? Well, here we have the top 10. The worst 10. A slew of also rans. Some awesome mates. Some special guests. Several pints of beer and over 4 hours of running time split over 3 episodes. This is 1963, A Year In Horror.00.34 - Night Tide (w/ David Del Valle)1.01.40 - The Whip & the Body
If you're still in the mood for Spooky Season, we have yet another Peter Cushing British horror film to keep the creeps coming. This time Cushing and Christopher Lee are dueling over a skeleton that seems intent on coming back to life! Join Tom and Ryan as they talk about twist endings, vaccinations against evil, and what makes a B-movie worth watching. It's our review of The Creeping Flesh! Time stamps: 0:04:30 - Background 0:24:50 - Summary 0:42:15 - Notable Scenes 0:55:35 - The Good 1:06:50 - The Bad 1:16:30 - The Ugly
Jeff & Mike review the Hammer Horror classic "Taste the Blood of Dracula" from 1970 starring Christopher Lee, Linda Hayden, Ralph Bates, Geoffrey Keen, and Isla Blair. Instagram: @attackofthe20thcentury Facebook: @attackofthe20thcentury Youtube: www.youtube.com/@attackofthe20thcentury Email: email@example.com Leave a voice mail: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/attackofthe20thcentury Bonus Reviews of Blues Acts: Street Preacher: https://streetpreacherband.com/ Joey Gilmore: https://www.reverbnation.com/joeygilmore David Julia: http://www.davidjuliamusic.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/attackofthe20thcentury/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/attackofthe20thcentury/support
Mark, Jesse, and “The Invisible One” Justin Thomas come together to watch an animated film that left a traumatizing impression on many a child back in the 80's. And that is why we are here to discuss “The Last Unicorn” as Mark felt the need to revisit it to just see if his fears were justified.Don't expect this to be an enlightening commentary, expect horrible humor, poor puns, and illegitimate illetaration. But if you have some time, set your internets to FUN and put us in your earholes. Here we go!The Last Unicorn is a 1982 American animated fantasy film about a unicorn who, upon learning that she is the last of her species on Earth, goes on a quest to find out what has happened to others of her kind. Based on the 1968 novel The Last Unicorn written by Peter S. Beagle, who also wrote the film's screenplay, the film was directed and produced by Arthur Rankin Jr. and Jules Bass. It was produced by Rankin/Bass Productions for ITC Entertainment and animated by Topcraft.The film includes the voices of Alan Arkin, Jeff Bridges, Mia Farrow, Angela Lansbury, and Christopher Lee. The soundtrack was composed and arranged by Jimmy Webb, and songs were performed by the group America and the London Symphony Orchestra, with additional vocals provided by Lucy Mitchell. The film grossed $6.5 million in the United States.Disclaimer: The following may contain offensive language, adult humor, and/or content that some viewers may find offensive – The views and opinions expressed by any one speaker does not explicitly or necessarily reflect or represent those of Mark Radulich or W2M Network.Mark Radulich and his wacky podcast on all the things:https://linktr.ee/markkind76alsoFB Messenger: Mark Radulich LCSWTiktok: @markradulichtwitter: @MarkRadulich
Jim looks back on the sequel to Hammer’s “Dracula Has Risen From The Grave,” – “Taste The Blood Of Dracula, ” starring Christopher Lee, Geoffrey Keen, Ralph Bates, Linda Hayden, Anthony Higgins, Peter Sallis, John Carson, Isla Blair, Martin Jarvis, Gwen Watford Roy Kinnear and Michael Ripper. Three wealthy London men seek thrills and cross … Taste The Blood Of Dracula |Episode 383 Read More » The post Taste The Blood Of Dracula |Episode 383 appeared first on The ESO Network.
Yes, we've made it. After well over 50 films, we finally arrive at the gothic towers and creaking gates of this famous Transylvanian abode. We take a look at Hammer's first iteration of the fella in the cape with the big pointy teeth with a penchant for sucking the necks of beautiful young women.Plus! Ben charts Dracula's on-screen journey pre-1958, Smokey has a bio on Batman's butler, and Cev talks blood transfusions.Oh, and there's a very special interview.Plus we talk about the film :-)“The House Of Hammer Theme” and incidental music - written and produced by Cev MooreArtwork by Richard WellsAll the links you think you'll need & more!https://linktr.ee/househammerpod
Jim looks back on the sequel to Hammer's "Dracula Has Risen From The Grave," - "Taste The Blood Of Dracula, " starring Christopher Lee, Geoffrey Keen, Ralph Bates, Linda Hayden, Anthony Higgins, Peter Sallis, John Carson, Isla Blair, Martin Jarvis, Gwen Watford Roy Kinnear and Michael Ripper. Three wealthy London men seek thrills and cross paths with Count Draculs resulting in murder and mayhem. Find out more on this Halloween episode of MONSTER ATTACK!, The Podcast Dedicated To Old Monster Movies
And so to our third show for this year's Halloween specials. No tricks, this all treats. The At The Flicks team talk to Paul Scott about his love for Hammer films and his friendship with main Hammer scriptwriter Anthony Hinds. Hammer films. The makers of some of the best horror movies of the 60's and 70's. Quintessentially British, gothic, with high production values (although cheap to make) and starring such luminaries as Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing. And the creatures they gave life to. Dracula, Frankenstein, The Mummy, The Werewolf, Zombies and numerous other horror creations besides. Then there is Anthony Hinds. The scriptwriter and driving force behind so many of the classics they created. Yes, this is an in depth look at Hammer horror, with personal reminiscences. We talk to Paul about the character actors Hammer frequently employed, such as the late great Michael Ripper. The leading ladies (of course) such as Ingrid Pitt and Veronica Carlston. All of this spiced up with various behind the scenes making of stories. Finally we chat about their amazing composer James Bernard. For those of a certain age, this is a big trip down memory lane – anyone remember the late night horror double films the BBC used to put on during the Summer months? Yes, when we were growing up Hammer films were the company that terrified us and why it has such a huge cult following today. We hope you enjoy the show as much as we enjoyed speaking to Paul about all things Hammer. All that remains to be said is have a very happy Halloween and see you At The Flicks.
August 5-11, 1978 This week Ken welcomes The Horror Timelines guy himself, author, YouTuber and fellow horror fan Josh Spiegel. Ken and Josh discuss LA heat, cats, dogs afraid of flies, growing up in Pittsburgh, working at The Monroeville Mall, George Romero, Horror Conventions, Dawn of the Dead, being born in the 1930s, being older than you look, The Jeffersons, the weird English neighbor, cable, non-24 hour HBO, movie rentals, Full Moon Features, TV Violence, when computers take over, cigarettes, cufflinks, The Bionic Woman, The Eighties Project, The Archie Situation Comedy Musical Variety Show, Moose, drugs that totally are not weight loss drugs that are weight loss drugs, Diff'rent Strokes, M*A*S*H, how the Korean War stood in for the Vietnam War, Vietnam vets on TV, why 9/11 doesn't show up in fiction, Charlotte's Web, Jack Albertson, Poor Devil, Sammy Davis Jr. Christopher Lee, needing something light hearted and dumb, Three's Company, Super Hero Disco, proto-Firestar, comic books, Santa Monica's "Little Boston", the math behind Let's Make a Deal, The Price is Right, why John Cusack hates Better Off Dead and One Crazy Summer, Lucha Libre, The Crying Woman, Dean Martin, Sinatra, Welcome Back Kotter, Pittsburgh Symphony, Wonder Woman, The Incredible Hulk, made for TV movies and why The Midnight Hour is not only great, but trivia gold.
We're feeling a little melancholy, not unlike Christopher Lee's Dracula, because this will be the last Hammer Film Dracula movie we will discuss for HALLOWEEN HUMPFEST. Christopher Lee appears in three more Hammer Films as Dracula but Peter Sasdy's 1970 film “TASTE THE BLOOD OF DRACULA” will be our last for the season and perhaps that's for the best because some of Dracula's choices seem a little unlike what we've come to appreciate from our gothic fuckboy. Not that there's isn't some fun things to see, like satanic rituals, fabulous pimps, patricide and the tried and true village hottie. Dracula himself may have lost a few things after so many resurrections but he doesn't lose that classic presence that Christopher Lee provides. Oh, Hammer. We miss you already. You better believe we will revisit their fare in the future. Subscribe to us on YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuJf3lkRI-BLUTsLI_ehOsg Contact us here: MOVIEHUMPERS@gmail.com Hear us on podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/6o6PSNJFGXJeENgqtPY4h7 Our OG podcast “Documenteers”: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/documenteers-the-documentary-podcast/id1321652249 Soundcloud feed: https://soundcloud.com/documenteers Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/culturewrought
In this episode, Carlo and special guest Tyler talk about vampires, and they suck at it! Hear them talk about the story of the genre, from Count Orlok to Lestat, and also share their favorite vampire movies. They suck! So put on your plastic fangs and check it out!00:00:00 - 00:04:00 -- Intro00:04:00 - 00:10:04 -- Meet Tyler Jones!00:10:04 - 00:20:26 -- The Vampire Talk00:20:26 - 00:33:41 -- The Vampire Quote Game00:33:41 - 01:32:26 -- The Vampire Loot01:32:26 - 01:39:01 -- Social Media's Vampire Loot01:39:01 - 01:41:14 -- Closing01:41:14 - 01:44:28 -- OutroFollow TylerTwitter: @TyTheFilmAddictYouTube: Film AddictedMusic: Tino Mendes & Yellow Paper - The Heist
Every year we include a Hammer Horror classic in our 13 Days of Halloween, and today's episode is all about this year's entry! We welcome Sara to her inaugural episode on the podcast as we discuss The Devil Rides Out.
He was a physically towering British movie actor with distinguished good looks, a Shakespearean voice, and aristocratic presence. His breakthrough film was the horror movie “The Curse of Frankenstein.” Though closely associated with horror, he maintained that of his roughly 250 movie and television roles, only 15 or so had been in horror films. Even into his 70s and 80s, he could strike fear in the hearts of moviegoers. He played the treacherous light-saber-wielding villain Count Dooku in the “Star Wars” installments, and the dangerously charismatic wizard Saruman in the “Lord of the Rings” and “Hobbit” movies. Today's dead celebrity is Christopher Lee. Famous & Gravy is created and co-hosted by Amit Kapoor and Michael Osborne. This episode featured Morgan Honaker as guest host, and was produced by Jacob Weiss. Sign up for our newsletter at famousandgravy.com and also enjoy our mobile quiz game at deadoraliveapp.com If you enjoyed this episode, you may also like Episode 34 “Zombie Mastermind” (George Romero) and Episode 35 “Likable Villain” (Alan Rickman). Links: Transcript of this episode New York Times Obituary for Christopher Lee Famous & Gravy official website Christopher Lee BAFTA award Jingle Hell Famous & Gravy on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter Dead or Alive Quiz Game Half Price Books Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode of Force Toast was recorded during the 2023 SAG-AFTRA strike. The projects discussed in this episode would not exist were it not for the hard work of the actors currently on strike. We stand in solidarity with the guild's fight for higher compensation from streaming and protections against the encroachment of artificial intelligence. Support striking actors here and here.In Episode 106, hosts Alyce and Laura just want* to talk about Star Wars. They DON'T want to hear about a man's farm!Adventures in apartment living Hop on board the Caravan of Corrections/Rabbithole for a lesson in Star Wars history and politics: the galactic capital Alyce is feeling salty (in the best way) as we discuss missed opportunities in Star Wars storytelling (via Screenrant)Sometimes when characters die, they're just joking. If Palpatine and Ahsoka and the Grand Inquisitor and Maul and Reva and Boba Fett and Cobb Vanth and Fennec Shand and Rey can SOMEHOW survive, why not Cad Bane? Internet hacks, courtesy of the host of this podcast that doesn't work in techSpeculate for fun and then be like Elsa: LET. IT. GO.A new young adult novel came out and we completely missed that news? (via starwars.com)In today's Annoying Dude Stuff segment: deranged director Matthew Vaughn wants to reboot the OT (via Happy Sad Confused)Highlights from the publishing panel at NYCCFrom Starcruiser to star snoozer: sunsetting the Star Wars Hotel For The 1%Mynock, mynock, mynock, mynockHelpful links referenced in this episode:Rocha, Smets and Laura discussed the recent Screenrant article on 10 missed opportunities in Star Wars storytelling! Check out the October 21st episode of The Jedi Way hereTwitter: @forcetoastpod | @sLeiaAllDay | @ShutUp_LauraInstagram: @forcetoastpodEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: forcetoastpod.com*This podcast contains a sh!t ton of profanity and boozin. You can find a bleeped version of this podcast absolutely nowhere. Cheers!
With the Hammer Horror triumvirate of Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee and director Terence Fisher, The Gorgon is a turn of the 20th century take on a classic figure from Greek mythology. Join Juliet and Theresa for their first podcast exploration of a Hammer film and their conversation about monster movie science, the power of a firmly worded "Good Day" and more. Content warnings: rape and sexual assault, brief mentions of mental illness/mental healthFurther listening:For all of your modern Greek mythology needs, including LOTS of thoughts, study, and conversation about Medusa, we recommend listening to Let's Talk About Myths Baby on your favorite podcast app.Support us on Patreon!Theme music: "Book of Shadows" by Houseghost (Rad Girlfriend Records) Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Horrorcast gang begins a new series called, "Kindertrauma" where we discuss films that scared us as kids. Tonight we discuss, 1986's, "Invaders from Mars" and 1987's, "Dolls". Email us at email@example.com Follow us on Twitter @thehcast Check out our Site and store at thehorrorcast.net Join the conversation on our Horrorcast Facebook Group horror, movie, film, halloween, scary, spooky, reviews, discussion, critic, news, interviews, trailers, dvd, collectors, slasher, vampires, werewolves, zombies, ghosts, haunted,supernatural, paranormal, haunted house, cult, John Carpenter, Stephen King, Universal Monsters, It Chapter 1, It Chapter 2, blood, guts, gore, Jason Vorhees, Friday the 13th, Nightmare on Elm Street, Pennywise, Child's Play, Chucky, Dracula, Frankenstein, Wolf man, Creatures, Monsters, Tobe Hooper, George Romero, Rob Zombie, sid haug, Lucana Coil, Black Christmas, In Fabric, Daniel isn't Real, rabid, Freaks, Night train murders, Dark Light, Slay belles, train to busan, peninsula, doctor sleep, The fanatic, tumbbad, Midnight kiss, depraved, A Christmas Carol, BBC, A mata negra, the black forest, trespassers, midsommar, parasite, south korea, true crime, Top 10, Best of 2019, Year in review, horror movie podcast, shockwaves, fangoria, dread central, modern horrors, serial killers, horrorhound, I see you, antrum, the assent, the sonota, Close calls, Ghost stories, Netflix, Disney plus, apple tv plus, servant, amazon prime, streaming, politics, true crime, Christine, Underwater, Kristen stewart, Snatchers, 12 monkeys, Lovedeathandrobots, 2020 preview, chucky, don mancini, The howling, Jaws, comedy, sports, arts, news society and culture, music, TV & movies, genre, murder, Hammer studios, Hammer horror, Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Terance Fisher, true crime, crime junkie, women in horror
Vampires need no introduction, the legendary blood suckers are known around the world...but how real are they? Have there been any real cases? How does one stop Dracula in his tracks...find out all the answers and more in this episode! So join Linz and Chris on this special HALLOWEEN edition of DS Radio as they invite the vampire in and count all the ways that we can combat a vampire attack.Buy our MerchThanks to our awesome Patreons: Join Us on Patreon!Philipp Hofmann, Emily Medeiros, Riaz K, Wesley Akers, Michael P McCoy, Krysta Furioso, Drake Halvig, Lins Gibson, Kelsey Carruthers, Greer Weaver, Mike Wright, Lindsay Keller, Michael Laughlin, Ohdembones, Lorna Turner & Druann.Support the showSupport us on Patreon
BONUS: The Art Of Crafting User Stories with Christopher Lee In this episode, we talk with Christopher Lee about his latest book, "The Art Of Crafting User Stories." Christopher shares the fascinating origin story of his book and how principles of product management were applied to its creation. Product Development Insights Christopher draws intriguing parallels between software development and book creation, highlighting two key concepts that apply to both realms. He introduces the concept of "debugging for books" and shares essential tips, like the importance of having multiple content reviewers and utilizing the technique of "Rubber Duck Debugging" for authors. The examples he uses also clarify how his approach to Product Management can help you with software products. Learning To Empathize With The User We discuss how understanding the user perspective is a critical skill for Product Owners and teams, and enables them to write better User Stories. Christopher emphasizes the development of perspective-taking and compassion for others, starting with self-reflection. He introduces tools like "The Feeling's Wheel" and explores the concept of uncovering the needs behind user needs, known as "Jobs to be Done." In this segment, we also refer to User Story Mapping, Google Design Sprints, and the book Radical Candor. Crafting User Stories: Avoiding Ambiguity Christopher shares some of the most effective tools to help teams truly empathize with their software users, fostering a deeper understanding that can greatly inform the user story process. Delving into the actual act of writing user stories, Christopher provides invaluable advice on avoiding ambiguity. He advocates for collaborative efforts with engineering and design teams, using user stories as a foundation. Additionally, he introduces the "Given - When - Then" format for clarity and efficiency. Navigating User Story Estimation, Other Planning Challenges Christopher addresses common challenges in user story estimation and emphasizes the importance of adaptability in Agile and User Stories. He offers strategies to prevent downstream consequences and encourages direct engineer-user interaction for swift feedback. Prioritization is a critical aspect of planning that Christopher dives into, providing a toolkit of models and methods. He emphasizes the importance of aligning product development with organizational mission and North Star metrics, ultimately honing in on the right end-users. Expert Interviews, Bringing Different Perspectives On User Stories Christopher introduces a unique element in his book—expert interviews. These interviews offer diverse perspectives on Agile, user stories, and collaborative work, enriching the reader's experience and understanding. Parting Words of Wisdom In a final piece of advice, Christopher underscores that crafting user stories is a team effort, emphasizing that no one person can do it alone. About Christopher Lee Christopher Lee is a seasoned Product Management Coach, known for his expertise as a product manager and technology consultant. His insights into the industry are encapsulated in his book, 'The Art of Crafting User Stories', and advanced product management methodologies he created when at Ernst & Young. You can link with Christopher Lee on LinkedIn and connect with Christopher Lee through the Product Coach Labs.
Please subscribe! To Di For Daily podcast merch is available now! Get our viral Princess of Wales (Kate Middleton) Queen of Hearts jumper in regular or Christmas-themed! - https://www.bonfire.com/store/to-di-for-daily-podcast-with-kinsey-schofield/ Happy Halloween! ToDiForDaily.com's Kinsey Schofield and Nub TV's Mark Christopher Lee discuss Louis Mountbatten and Prince Philip's passion for UFOs! The Nub TV host also explores the idea that King Charles might have flown a UFO-type aircraft in a super secret mission. Plus, palace hauntings and Prince Philip's Big Foot sighting!
We just can't get enough Christopher Lee this month so let's make it five and check out his “Austin Powers” look. You're the most catholic Scottish cop on the planet. You're literally abstaining sex until marriage like a madman. You get a letter telling you that a girl has been missing on a place called Summerisle. You go there alone. People are fucking out on their lawns. Children are laughing at you. The old timers are lying to you. The lord of the place has more drip than you. Is this a murder mystery or are you a beetle on a string tied to a nail? We're capping this week's HALLOWEEN HUMPFEST with Robin Hardy's 1973 cult creeper “The Wicker Man” starring Edward Woodward, Christopher Lee and Britt Ekland. If they just chilled out with the sacrifices then I would totally join this cult. Britt Ekland would not have had to sing and slap the walls for very long at all. I'm lonely. Subscribe to us on YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuJf3lkRI-BLUTsLI_ehOsg Contact us here: MOVIEHUMPERS@gmail.com Hear us on podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/6o6PSNJFGXJeENgqtPY4h7 Our OG podcast “Documenteers”: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/documenteers-the-documentary-podcast/id1321652249 Soundcloud feed: https://soundcloud.com/documenteers Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/culturewrought
The League continues its Halloween tradition with a classic horror film from yesteryear! This episode, Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing star in a non-Star Wars film, Hammer Film's The Mummy! Way better than that Tom Cruise version, so you may fire when ready!
The development of new sports stadiums and facilities can bring regeneration to deprived areas. They hold a special place in the hearts of sports and live music fans. But have some of the new ones lost their spark? In this edition of Business Daily, Sam Fenwick asks, what gives a stadium its atmosphere and can it be designed in? Sam speaks to Christopher Lee, whose architecture practice, Populous, has designed 3000 arenas all over the world. He shares his experience of designing iconic grounds like the Yankee Stadium, Wembley Stadium, and Olympic stadiums in Sydney, London and Sochi. And we hear from BBC World Service listeners, who tell us what makes their favourite sports grounds so special. (Picture: Boston Red Sox starting pitcher Brayan Bello (66) throws a pitch against the Kansas City Royals in the third inning at Fenway Park, Boston, Massachusetts. Credit: David Butler II/USA TODAY Sports) Presented and produced by Sam Fenwick
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Starting in 1958, British movie studio Hammer rolled the dice and put forth their best effort in reviving the classic characters Dracula, Frankenstein and the Mummy for a new generation. Horror of Dracula was their first film and they knocked it out of the park. With jaw-dropping sets, buxom babes, sweeping musical scores and legendary performances from the likes of Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee. Hammer Studios definitely hit the floor running with a true classic catapulting our favorite monsters back in to the spotlight.
“Please Hammer, don't hurt ‘em”. That line is from an M.C. Hammer song. I typed it because every Monday for HALLOWEEN HUMPFEST we are discussing a Hammer Films vampire classic and since that film company is called “Hammer” and then you got the musician “M.C. Hammer”, I just thought that would be an interesting thing to type but it's not. I'm sorry. It's grasping. Another thing I wish was grasping are these Vampire vixens at my penis after they've been turned. Nothing like the glow-up that vampirism provides courtesy of one of cinema's saddest ever fuckboys. Christopher Lee returns to the role of Dracula in Terence Fisher's “DRACULA: PRINCE OF DARKNESS” from 1966. Eight years since Lee last helmed the role and he does so with zero words and with intensely forlorn expressions. Not to be confused with the John Carpenter film “Prince of Darkness” that we discussed last week and is available to hear now. Great tips on how to resurrect vampire lords if you're ever needing to do so. We could all use a good Klove by our side. Subscribe to us on YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuJf3lkRI-BLUTsLI_ehOsg Contact us here: MOVIEHUMPERS@gmail.com Hear us on podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/6o6PSNJFGXJeENgqtPY4h7 Our OG podcast “Documenteers”: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/documenteers-the-documentary-podcast/id1321652249 Soundcloud feed: https://soundcloud.com/documenteers Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/culturewrought
This week we continue our trek into mummy movies with 1959's The Mummy. Is this movie just a mishmash of plots from the forgotten mummy sequels of the 40s? Yes! Does that mean it's any good? No! Despite being bored to tears by this film, we manage to answer some of the real questions, like “are the mummies naked under there?” and “how much tongue is too much tongue to cut off?” Also, why we hate being out of shape. (Recorded October 8th, 2023.)
Tom and Jenny discuss a 1971 anthology film released by Amicus Productions and starring Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Denholm Elliott, Jon Pertwee, and Ingrid Pitt. Audio version: Video version: Please support us on Patreon! Don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Also check out Jenny's horror channel, The Scare Salon, … Continue reading Movie Time: The House That Dripped Blood (1971)
If you're not ready for an October horror movie festival, then you're in the wrong place! We have letters A-H ready for you, featuring an evil car, zombies, vampires, vengeful spirits, and some seemingly regular people with some serious mental health issues. We'll discuss:Audition (1999)The Black Cat (1934)Christine (1983)Day of the Dead (1985)Effects (1979)The Fearless Vampire Killers (1967)The Grudge (2004)The House that Dripped Blood (1971)Welcome back to the A-Z of Horror Festival! An October ritual.
We're continuing our weekly vintage reviews of some Hammer Horror of the vampiric kind and we miss out on Christopher Lee's Dracula this week because, well, he died at the the of “Horror of Dracula” but his cult lives on as Peter Cushing's Van Helsing comes across a strange case of a weird little Baron and his mother who keeps him chained up until a little French hottie sets him free. The Baron Meister is a vampire, of course, and he's got a couple of hungry baddies our there under his thrall. Terence Fisher directs another in “The Brides of Dracula” from 1960 and Christopher Lee wouldn't return to his role for another six years. The Baron is a bit of a twerp. I don't think Dracula would respect his game. Dracula would have never gotten caught in the shadow of a windmill cross. The character of Greta is amazing, though. Peter Cushing stays right even if the movie gets strange. Peter Cushing. More “Cushing” for the pushing, amiright? Subscribe to us on YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuJf3lkRI-BLUTsLI_ehOsg Contact us here: MOVIEHUMPERS@gmail.com Hear us on podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/6o6PSNJFGXJeENgqtPY4h7 Our OG podcast “Documenteers”: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/documenteers-the-documentary-podcast/id1321652249 Soundcloud feed: https://soundcloud.com/documenteers Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/culturewrought
Welcome back to Fright School! This week we welcome director (among many other things) Sam Irvin to the show! We discuss Sam's horror pedigree, his fanzine BIZARRE, and his books I WAS A TEENAGE MONSTER HUNTER: How I Met Vincent Price, Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, & More! and The Epic Saga Behind FRANKENSTEIN: THE TRUE STORY! Joshua and Sam, who just so happens to have directed ELVIRA'S HAUNTED HILLS, reminisce about their trip to Romania with Cassandra Peterson aka Elvira, Mistress of the Dark. This week, we continue our Hammer Horror jaunt with BRIDES OF DRACULA! We discuss the Queerness of the film, connections to our discussion of Hitchcock's ROPE, Sam's changing relationship with the film, and some fun behind-the-scenes tidbits! We are celebrating LGBTQ History Month with a discussion on Queer horror and THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW. Get tickets NOW! Titillation And Trepidation: Revisiting Hammer's Queer Outings by Samantha McLaren Find Sam on Facebook and Instagram Get a copy of Sam Irvin's book I Was a Teenage Monster Hunter! Signed copies at Dark Delicacies! We're giving away a copy so check our Instagram for all the details! Sam Irvin's latest book The Epic Saga Behind FRANKENSTEIN: THE TRUE STORY now available on Amazon! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Boo, dudes! JFD resturns with our annual Schlocktober spook-tacular with three flicks to get you into the Halloween season! Up first, Peter Cushing stars as Victor Frankenstein, the fabled mad scientist set on reanimating dead flesh and Christopher Lee plays his monstrous creation in the 1957 Hammer Horror film The Curse of Frankenstein. Then, a series of murders, suicides and accidents lead a group of people to travel through Hell in the surreal Japanese film Jigoku from 1960. And finally, Mary Lambert directs the sequel to her successful adaptation of Stephen King's novel, this time starring Edward Furlong, Anthony Edwards, and Clancy Brown in the very 90's gore-fest Pet Sematary Two from 1992.All this plus more Halloween snax chat, Parker's down with the sickness, Sean's movie round up, Toxic Avenger news, the hottest blu-rays and so much more!LISTEN NOW:MP3 Direct DonloydAlso, if you like the show, please take a minute and subscribe and/or comment on us on iTunes, Stitcher, Blubrry or Podfeed.net. Check us out on Facebook and Twitter! We'd love to see some of your love on Patreon - it's super easy and fun to sign up for the extra bonus content. We'll keep this podcast going with your love and support.