Mel Byron and the team bring you drama, fear and some classic tunes. Stars featured this episode include Vincent Price, Margaret Lockwood and George Formby. Everyone's favourite scarecrow, Worzel gummidge joins us too, as he makes his debut on Talking Pictures TV.
CONTENT WARNING! SEXUAL ASSAULT, RAPE, SUICIDE, LGBTQ+ BIGOTRY, DISABILITY ABUSE & TERRORISM ARE DISCUSSED IN THIS PODCAST! “Revenge is dish best served cold” and no one serves cold better than the British. Revenger Scott Weatherly finally makes his debut on the podcast to list his Top 5 British Revenge Films. Join us as we discuss Yob Horror, Carry On films, Scott Adkin's grills… #PrepareForPrattle #Victim1961 #DeadMansShoes2005 #SheWill2021 #HarryBrown2009 #TheatreOfBlood1973 #Yardie2018 #Avengement2019 #KindHeartsAndCoronets1949 #Straightheads2007 #TheForeigner2017 Be sure to check everything Scott is up to on his website https://www.20thcenturygeek.com/ If you want to hear talk about Vincent Price some more check out our previous collaboration https://pod.fo/e/1485bc Where to find the Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores Podcast… Follow this link to find your preferred podcast catcher of choice pod.link/danbores Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/secretbores Twitter: https://twitter.com/dan_bores?lang=en Tiktok: http://www.tiktok.com/@dan_bores Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spiderdansecretbores/?hl=en Discord: https://discord.com/invite/CeVrdqdpjk IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt22023774/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0 Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/spiderdan_2006/ Like, share, comment, subscribe etc. and don't forget to use the #PrepareForPrattle when you interact with us. Please subscribe to The Pop Culture Collective newsletter to find out what myself, Comics In Motion and all the other related podcasts are up to week by week https://pccnewsletter.com/ I'd like to thank my patrons on #Patreon for their continuing donations it is very much appreciated and helps PrattleWorld keep turning and if you ever find yourself in a position to help the podcast please consider it. https://www.patreon.com/spiderdanandthesecretbores If you would like to make a one off donation head over to https://ko-fi.com/spiderdanandthesecretbores If you want to #JoinThePrattalion and to be briefed in full on the #SecretBores head over to #PrattleWorld https://www.spiderdanandthesecretbores.com/
This week on It Was a Thing on TV we continue with our Doctor Who 60th Anniversary celebration! First, Doctor Who was an instantaneous sensation that, in 1964, the ABC in Australia commissioned a show similar to yet different from The Doctor. Thought to be lost for decades, The Stranger found its way to the Internet in 2019. Judge for yourself as we continue our tribute to the Doctor's 60th anniversary. Then, Vincent Price wanted to bring Doctor Who to the States, with an American version. When that failed, he decided to make his own version aboard a train. Time Express was a limited series, starting while Supertrain was still airing. Both shows got derailed in May 1979. Follow us at all our socials via our Linktree page at linktr.ee/itwasathingontv Timestamps 0:10 - The Season Ending Joey Gallo Update 2:43 - The Stranger 45:52 - Time Express
Vincent Price wanted to bring Doctor Who to the States, with an American version. When that failed, he decided to make his own version aboard a train. Time Express was a limited series, starting while Supertrain was still airing. Both shows got derailed in May 1979.
Paul and Corey are invited to a haunted mansion by Vincent Price with a promise of 10,000 dollars each if they can survive the night. Will they make it through the hauntings, betrayals and murders? Find out now! Our website: bmoviebros.com Twitter: twitter.com/BmovieBros Minds: www.minds.com/Bmoviebros facebook: www.facebook.com/bmoviebros/?ref=…t_homepage_panel Help support the show: www.paypal.com/donate/?token=dp0…Z-VgOA80IUN-Bjx9W www.patreon.com/BMovieBros
November 3-9, 1973 This week Ken welcomes antiques expert, and fellow TV kid, The Antique Noman himself, George Higby to the show. Ken and George discuss George's YouTube Channel, referencing the stuff on sets, moving around a lot as a kid, living in Cleveland when this TV Guide came out, Washington State, Raytheon TVs, looking for the thing that's the same, being a car and sports guy, Philco, Cigarettes, concept cars, trying to reverse engineer a color TV for free, shared experience, Emergency!, how weird it was that shows not for kids were merchandised to kids, All in the Family, M*A*S*H, topical TV, sad TV shows, the odd cultural moment of the early 1970s, Norman Lear, how the 1970s may have been more progressive, niches, The Committee Against the Public Authority of Maine, antiquing in New England, Time Tunnel, corded TV remotes, Newport Jazz Fest, Lucy, Get Smart! in Spanish, variety shows, Antiques: Make the Most out of Your Hobby with NOT George Michael, the early days of Antique collecting, nostalgia, The Girl Most Likely To, Joan Rivers, Night Gallery, failed pilots, TV preservation, Benny Hill, local edits of TV, Standard Oil, big business, why Debbie Reynolds was NOT allowed in George's house, early Don Johnson, Sandford and Son, trying to get your antiques and collectibles back after you already sold them, The Odd Couple, hating Room 222, passing up The Brady Bunch, buying the Brady House, Sonny and Cher with Douglas Fairbanks, dogs playing poker, Vincent Price, purpose made collectibles, and how Major Nelson's house from I Dream of Genie is George's dream house.
Jordan and Alex shake off the funk of 40,000 years to investigate Michael Jackson's epochal hit “Thriller” and its equally iconic music video! While conceding it's no “Monster Mash,” the pair delve deep into the track, from its original title “Starlight” to the tricks employed by the engineer who recorded it. They'll also go long on the music video, from the former Playmate who starred in it — and got in some quality time with Jackson behind the scenes — to the Hollywood royalty who worked on it. They'll also moonwalk their way through bits on Vincent Price's monologue — and the time he showed Johnny Carson how to cook salmon in a dishwasher — and how Jackson's album quite literally saved a flagging record industry. Too Much Information: No one's gonna save you from the pod about to strike!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Halloween is over but for most of us the season never really ends, so join us as we continue our new top 10 series where we are picking our favorites by decade. This time we are talking about the finest offerings from a decade full of atomic horror, William Castle, Vincent Price, creatures and Roger Corman – the 1950s! We hope you all are enjoying this theme as much as we are! Available now on itunes, podbean and our blog.
CRAGG Live from October 31st, 20235-Hour Vintage Halloween (Annual) SpooktacularJoin us this week as we feature our annual Halloween Spooktacular. This year we bring you a 5-hour Halloween marathon featuring the best and the rarest of vintage Halloween vinyl record albums including The Tell Tale Heart read by director WIlliam Castle, Hallowe'en by Lionel Barrymore, The Haunted Mansion Story and Song Disney LP, Halloween Hits of the 1910s-1920s, and more! We even throw in some classic horror icons SINGING including Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff, Peter Cushing, Vincent Price, Lon Chaney Jr. and Elsa Lanchester. Don't miss this Halloween marathon that goes BUMP in the NIGHT!Listen to the show HERE.What is CRAGG Live Anyways?! The flagship radio show of Cult Radio A-Go-Go!'s, CRAGG Live is a lively 2-3 hour talk radio show hosted by Terry and Tiffany DuFoe LIVE from an old abandoned Drive-In Movie theater with Wicked Kitty, Fritz, Imhotep and Hermey the studio cats and CRAGG The Gargoyle. We play retro pop culture, Drive-In movie, classic TV and old radio audio along with LIVE on the air celebrity interviews from the world of movies, TV, music, print, internet and a few odd balls thrown in for good measure. We air Saturdays at 5:00 pacific.We air on www.cultradioagogo.com which is a 24/7 free internet radio network of old time radio, music, movie trailers, old nostalgic commercials, snack bar audio, AND much more! This show is copyright 2023 DuFoe Entertainment and the live interviews contained in this show may not be reproduced, transcribed or posted to a blog, social network or website without written permission from DuFoe Entertainment.NOTE* There is a brief leader before & after the show which was recorded "LIVE" off the air.
When we think of classic spooky voices, the dictations of Hollywood's great golden age actor Vincent Price haunt our minds.Besides starring in some of Hollywood's biggest golden age horror films, Vincent Price spent his life actively speaking out against bigotry, racism, anti-semitism and homophobia.The sounds of grizzly ghouls from every tomb that close in to seal your doom are forever immortalized also with Vincent Price's rap from Michael Jackson's hit song, Thriller.Today comedian Dan Cass joins us to celebrate the amazing life of queer Hollywood horror legend Vincent Price, from turning people to wax statues in House of Wax to doing TV ads for bathroom cleaners, credit cards, candy bars, Time Life books, toys, wine coolers for both non dairy creamer and the national dairy council.FOLLOW DAN CASS: https://instagram.com/dankkassPlus--➤ Britney Spears shocks the world with her new autobiography “The Woman in Me.”➤ Striking actors are asked not to dress up as characters from movies and TV shows during the Hollywood writers strike.
(Mercedes McCambridge Salute)Molle Mystery Theater (Repackage for AFRS) on Mystery PlayhouseJanuary 25,1946 "Burn Witch Burn"A local “doll woman” runs afoul of the mob. A doctor investigates and the strega possesses him, ordering him to “Kill, kill, kill!” anyone who gets to close to her secret. The Black Chapel -Mahogany CoffinA gravedigger prepares for his own death, but is thwarted by a man who is jealous of his job. The gravedigger's corpse comes looking for his bed-cum-coffin, but there's someone there!The Black Chapel. January 06, 1939. CBS net. "The Mahogany Coffin". Sponsored by: Sustaining. Ted Osborne plays an gibbering old madman at the ruined organ in the chapel of evil. This is a thoroughly great horror story about a grave-digger determined to be buried in his hand-made bed, easily convertible to a coffin!. Ted Osborne.Inner Sanctum Mysteries. November 06, 1945. CBS net. "The Wailing Wall". Sponsored by: Lipton Tea, Lipton Soup. A good story about a man who strangles his wife and is haunted by her moans...for forty years!. Boris Karloff, Jackson Beck, Himan Brown (director), Paul McGrath (host), Mary Bennett (commercial spokesman), Milton Lewis (writer), Santos Ortega, Alice Reinheart.Suspense. June 01, 1944. CBS net. "Fugue In C Minor". Sponsored by: Roma Wines. A good ghost story about a huge pipe organ built throughout an entire house, and the reason that it tends to play itself. The script was used subsequently on "Audion Theatre" on July 14, 1990 (see cat. #63967). Lucille Fletcher (writer), Ida Lupino, Vincent Price, Bea Benaderet, William Spier (producer, director), Joseph Kearns ("The Man In Black"), Frank Martin (commercial spokesman), Lucien Moraweck (composer), Lud Gluskin (conductor).The Witch's Tale. May 02, 1938. MacQuarrie (Australian) syndication. "The Devil's Number". Sponsored by: Commercials added locally. Old Nancy is 103 years old today. The dead come back to life on Friday the 13th in an old ruined castle. The script was originally broadcast on "The Witch's Tale" on December 12, 1935. The program may also have been distributed by Artransa. The may 2, 1938 is deduced from internal evidence. Alonzo Deen Cole (writer). The Hall Of Fantasy. September 05, 1952. Mutual net, WGN, Chicago origination. "The Shadow People". Sponsored by: Sustaining. A well-done story of those who are never seen but are always there. The announcements have possibly been deleted. This story was subsequently heard on, "The Hall Of Fantasy on September 21, 1953 and December 7, 1953. J. Sheridan LeFanu (author), Richard Thorne (adaptor). Lights Out. May 11, 1938. NBC net, Chicago origination. "It Happened". Sponsored by: Sustaining. A young woman visiting Paris is kidnapped by a man claiming that her father owes him $150,000. Her adventures in the sewers of Paris include a madman who makes jewelry from the bones of the dead bodies floating past. Arch Oboler (writer), Mercedes McCambridge. Details provided by the Goldindexhttps://radiogoldin.library.umkc.edu/3hrs 5min
In this episode, Phil and Janelle talk about Mort, Lady Detectives, Quiz Time, Moby Dick, Vincent Price, Airwolf, Michael Keaton, Super Mario Bros Wonder, The Longing, and more.
This week, we are out due to the Spoooooky Season, but we have a selection of scary comics from classic Dueling Review episodes. Show your thanks to Major Spoilers for this episode by becoming a Major Spoilers Patron at http://patreon.com/MajorSpoilers. It will help ensure the Major Spoilers Podcast continues far into the future! Join our Discord server and chat with fellow Spoilerites! (https://discord.gg/jWF9BbF) YOUNG HELLBOY: The Hidden Land #1 (W) Mike Mignola, Thomas Sniegoski (A) Craig Rousseau (CA) Matt Smith Stranded on a strange island after a mishap on their way to a South American dig site, Hellboy and Professor Bruttenholm are confronted by all manner of monsters! But even when the stranger who rescues them turns out to be one of Hellboy's heroes, they aren't as safe as they think they are! Join Hellboy creator Mike Mignola as he teams with writer Tom Sniegoski, artist Craig Rousseau, and colorist Dave Stewart to bring you a tale of Hellboy's childhood! In Shops: Feb 17, 2021 SRP: $3.99 You can purchase this issue via our Amazon affiliate link - https://amzn.to/3QiVUlE ELVIRA MEETS VINCENT PRICE #1 (W) David Avallone (A) Juan Samu (CA) John Royle The two titans of horror and comedy untie in comics for the very first time! Dynamite Entertainment Proudly Presents... Elvira Meets Vincent Price! Elvira is back, with her most historic AND greatest costar ever! The ghost of Vincent Price is a spirit with a mission, and only the Mistress of the Dark can help! The Apocalypse is coming, and it's going to be live-streamed for binge-watching, but a long-lost movie can save the world... if only the movie star specter and the horror hostess with the mostest can find it in time! Thrills, chills, and all sorts of terrible puns! Issue #1 features an all-star cast of cover artists, including fan favorites Dave Acosta, John Royle, series artist Juan Samu and a stunning photo of the gorgeous lady herself - Elvira: Mistress of the Dark! In Shops: Aug 04, 2021 SRP: $3.99 You can purchase this issue via our Amazon affiliate link - https://amzn.to/3FxZy6t AFTERLIFE WITH ARCHIE #1 (W) Roberto Aguirre Sacasa (A) Jack Morelli (A/CA) Francesco Francavilla New Ongoing Series!"Escape From Riverdale." This is how the end of the world begins! Harvey Award-winning writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (Archie Meets Glee) and Eisner-winning artist Francesco Francavilla (Batman) take Archie and the gang where they've never been before - to the grave and back! A horrific accident sets off a series of grim events and Sabrina the Teenage Witch must try to repair the unspeakable evil her spell has unleashed. Gasp in horror as Riverdale faces an impending zombie Arch-pocalypse in this brand-new, spine-tingling ongoing series - but be warned, kiddies, this one's not for the faint of heart! In Shops: Oct 09, 2013 SRP: $2.99 You can purchase this issue via our Amazon affiliate link - https://amzn.to/3FDIUCc CLOSE Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Call the Major Spoilers Hotline at (785) 727-1939. A big Thank You goes out to everyone who downloads, subscribes, listens, and supports this show. We really appreciate you taking the time to listen to our ramblings each week. Tell your friends!
We like one of these better than the other one. Featuring: David Hopkins, Andi Preller and Dave Roberts. Running Time: 1:40:04 This week, David, Andi, and Dave talk about Edgar Allan Poe’s original tale, The Fall of the House of Usher, as well as Roger Corman’s 1960 adaptation, House of Usher, starring Vincent Price! Before that though,
Scary Season Part Two! The guest hosts and I spent some time last week on a true classic of the horror genre, House Of Wax… now let's be frightened out of our wits by… well, it's actually a Scary Season “so bad, it's good” classic from the master of inexpensive horror, the Orson Welles of the Bs, the ne plus ultra employer of marketing gimmicks --- it's a William Castle film! And it's one of his greats --- The Tingler! Even the title is great! Released in 1959 and distributed by Columbia, it's a tight 80 minutes of terror and fun. Starring that wonderful purveyor of thrills and chills, during his rise as the King of the Terror Bs, Vincent Price.email: David@thosewonderfulpeople.comWebsite and blog: www.thosewonderfulpeople.comIG: @thosewonderfulpeopleTwitter: @FilmsInTheDark
Happy, happy Halloween! This year we're celebrating the season by dropping a new episode every Monday in October. But not just a regular episode... We're changing the format a bit and inviting guests to join us for discussions about the classic horror films of their choice. This week artist Frederick Cooper brings one of everyone's favorite Vincent Price films: House on Haunted Hill (1959.) Thank you, Frederick! frederickcooperarts.com
On this spooky season edition of Parallax Views, Chris Alexander of Full Moon Presents Delirium Magazine returns to discuss his new TOMBS OF THE BLIND DEAD homage movie SCREAM OF THE BLIND DEAD, the Euro-horror of Jess Franco and Jean Rollin, and his two new Headpress books ART! TRASH! TERROR!: ADVENTURES IN STRANGE CINEMA and CORMAN/POE: INTERVIEWS AND ESSAYS EXPLORING THE MAKING OF ROGER CORMAN'S EDGAR ALLEN POE FILMS 1960-1964. We also discuss new horror movie fare like the "revenge-o-matic" SAW X and the Australian demonic possession movie TALK TO ME. At the end we try to figure out a movie that slipped my tongue, I found out after the show that I was thinking of was Full Moon's THE PRIMEVALS. We talk the making of the Roger Corman Edgar Allen Poe movies, the use of Freudian image in Corman's Poe films, THE HAUNTED PALACE, THE PIT AND THE PENDULUM, THE HOUSE OF USHER, THE TOMB OF LIGEIA, the Corman/Poe horror-comedy THE RAVEN, the impetus behind casting Vincent Price in the Poe films, Roger Corman's dabbling in the counterculture and his LSD trip (as well as his counterculture movies like THE TRIP, BLOODY MAMA, and GA-S-S-S-S -OR- IT BECAME NECESSARY TO DESTROY THE WORLD IN ORDER TO SAVE IT), Corman's early years at American International Pictures (AIP) and how his relationship with AIP evolved over time (and where it fell apart), Roger Corman's wife Julie Corman and her contributions to the Corman movie machine, the Vatican's attempts to censor Corman's THE MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH, and much, much more!
Happy Halloween week, y'all! To culminate our first Horror-Adjacent October, Ben, Chris & Kevin review Dead Heat (1988) starring Treat Williams and Joe Piscopo. The movie follows Roger Mortis, a police detective who is paired up with a new partner named Doug Bigelow. The two end up investigating a series of strange murders committed by criminals who seem to come back from the dead. As they dig deeper into the mystery, they learn of an evil scientist named Arthur P. Loudermilk (Vincent Price) who has discovered a secret to bringing the dead back to life and is creating an army of undead criminals. Is this an overrated cult film or a bona fide classic? Listen and find out! Knowmsayin? We spend the last twenty minutes or so discussing other seasonal movies we've seen or plan to close out October with, including mentions of John Wayne, Bella Lugosi, Evil Dead 2, more Vincent Price, and The Exorcist III, among others. Don't miss out on the greasy Trailer Park Boys easter eggs either. Until next time, when we cover Mister Roberts directed by one of the pod's fave directors, John Ford. Submit your mailbags to us at email@example.com. Thanks! Please rate us a 5/5, and review us on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you listen to us. Reviews really do help! Follow us on Letterboxd.com if you'd like to see what we've recently watched and to read our individual movie reviews! Ben, Chris, & Kevin Our episode catalogue: https://searchersfilmpodcast.podbean.com/
Adam Graham talks about Season 5 as the Johnny Dollar serial era ends, the Line Up concludes and several new series are introduced to the Great Detectives of Old TIme Radio including: Pursuit, The Saint with Vincent Price, The Casebook of Gregory Hood with Gale Gordon, the Adventures of Philip Marlowe, Police Headquarters, and Dragnet. He also talks about several specials.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5901852/advertisement
It's been a crazy month, and the Halloween Haunts countdown of bonus episodes suffered as a result. To make it up to you after a lengthy delay, I'm sharing a trilogy of terror - three scary old time radio shows to enjoy in the days before Halloween. First, Frank Lovejoy learns about the consequences of defying a voodoo curse in "Papa Benjamin," a Cornell Woolrich adapted for Escape (originally aired on CBS on January 24, 1948). Next, Peter Lorre stars in "The Black Cat," Edgar Allan Poe's tale of cruelty, rage, and a killer undone by the strangest of circumstances from Mystery in the Air (originally aired on NBC on September 18, 1947). Finally, Ida Lupino and Vincent Price co-star in Lucille Fletcher's Victorian era horror story "Fugue in C-Minor" from Suspense (originally aired on CBS on June 1, 1944).
Writer John Semper, Jr. returns to recall behind-the-scenes thrills and chills with Scooby and the gang. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
I Want to Believe the Podcast – S6 E10.5 | Otherworldly Mysteries Halloween Special II Opening song: The Host of Seraphim by Dead Can Dance & Vincent Price on PBS Mystery! Closing song: Voyage by Lemmino Welcome to a second 2023 Halloween Special of the I Want to Believe podcast! Tonight we are sharing OTHERWORLDLY MYSTERIES from seasons' past. We have doppelgangers, black-eyed kids, bigfoot, Mandela effect stories and SO MUCH MORE. Try your best at unravelling the mysteries, and may your Halloween be as scary as you want. HAPPY HALLOWEEN from Nomar Slevik, Kyle Sawyer and the I Want to Believe podcast!! - A quick reminder that all of our I Want to Believe social media & email are in the show notes. All my books and projects are available at SlevikStore.Company.Site. The Green Hand Bookshop in Portland, Maine also has some of my work. Stop in and see everything they have to offer! My documentary, Otherworldly Amor, has a new home. It is streaming exclusively on ParaFlixx Paranormal+ Once subscribed, you have access to not only Otherworldly Amor but hundreds of other paranormal shows, documentaries and even horror movies. By using the code OTHERWORLDLYAMOR10 at checkout, you can get 10% off your first 3 months. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/207believe/support
Your Film Freaks Forever! hosts, Phoef Sutton and Mark Jordan Legan shine a harvest moon on some of their favorite 1970s horror films. It makes for a fun, fascinating, frightening witches brew! They discuss the decade itself, share some terrific drive-in trailer clips, and then take deep dives into six wonderful flicks. Everyone from Shelley Winters to Vincent Price to Gregory Peck to Sir Ralph Richardson join in the freaky fun! Have a funky, nifty Halloween and we'll see ya on the flip side. This episode is sponsored by: Libro.fm (FILMFREAKSFOREVER) | 2 audiobooks for the price of 1 when you start your membership The Writer's Bone Podcast Network
Halloween is only a few days away so we've got horror romps from a pair of carnival hucksters. First, William Castle--the King of the Gimmicks--is back on OMFYS with his ghostly masterpiece HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL from 1959. Vincent Price is back in this one as an eccentric millionaire (please tell me there's no other kind) who offers $10 thousand to a handpicked group of desperate people. What can go wrong??? Of course, there are ghosts, skeletons and gorilla hands galore in the ultimate Halloween movie. Then, we go from carny spook house to the utter depravity of the geek show with Herschell Gordon Lewis' BLOOD FEAST (1963), the first gore movie where a mad Egyptian caterer is butchering the young women of the Miami suburbs right in their own front yards. We wouldn't have SAW or FRIDAY THE 13th without this one folks. We also talk about the new Jurassic weed that's hitting the California market, the dude who dropped mushrooms and tried to disable a plane, 70s variety TV specials, the TCM Cruise and what's coming up at the New Beverly in Los Angeles. OMFYS Hosts: Bob Calhoun, Cory Sklar and Greg Franklin. Philena Franklin is on assignment. MUSIC Theme song & Funky Frankenstein: Chaki the Funk Wizard "Happy Haunts" by Aaron Kenny via YouTube Audio Library Movie and trailer audio courtesy of Archive.org Instagram/Facebook (Meta): oldmoviesforyoungstoners Bluesky: @oldmoviesystoners.bsky.social Twitter (X): OM4YStoners Contact: oldmoviesforyoungstoners AT gmail DOT com
NostalgiaCast returns for a special Halloween episode in which we brave Michael Jackson's THRILLER, arguably the greatest music video of all time. Cue up the link below and watch along with Jonny and Darin as they provide a running commentary for the event that made them lifelong horror fans and forever cemented Jackson as an icon. You're in for a killer, thriller time! https://youtu.be/sOnqjkJTMaA?si=hDfx2JYDOKVWmJyj
This week we take a look at the chart and life of the Master of the Macabre, Vincent Price.facebook.com/historyinretrogradeyoutube.com/historyinretrograde@retrograde_podcast on firstname.lastname@example.orgMusic: [Sitar1] by Alas Media (www.soundcloud.com/alas-media)Licensed under Creative Commons BY Attribution 4.0 LicenseEnjoy what you hear? Consider donating to our paypal to help us continue producing quality content.https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=JS7ENERBQWQGQ Would you like a personal reading of your astrological chart done by Chandler's Mom?Contact email@example.com for more details Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Does “the funk of 40,000 years” hold up after an additional four decades? Let's find out together as we press play on the grand finale of Season 4 and the mother of all music videos, Michael Jackson's Thriller!! Along the way, we talk about unconvicted manslaughter enthusiasts, breaking the VHS rental model, why being a werewolf cat requires competent time management, instant skeletons, Vincent Price's incredible rap feature career, and revel in the implausible, wig-filled ending of Sly Stallone's Nighthawks!! All this, plus the debut of Choose Your Own ZombieVenture, and stay tuned as we give you the heads up for what's coming in Season 5 of Kill By Kill!! NOTE: We support SAG-AFTRA in their fight for worker's rights! Until further notice, we will not cover current films in theaters or new movies dropping on streaming networks. To find out more, please visit the SAG-AFTRA website! Our linker.ee Our TeePublic shop for killer merch is right here: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/kill-by-kill-podcast?utm_campaign=18042&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=Kill%2BBy%2BKill%2Bpodcast%2B Have something to say? Find us on Twitter @KillByKillPod Join the conversation about any episode on the Facebook Group! Follow us on IG @killbykillpodcast Check out the films we've covered & what might come soon on Letterboxd! Get even more episodes exclusively on Patreon! Follow our station on vurbl: https://vurbl.com/station/2bdTISeI3X/ Artwork by Josh Hollis: joshhollis.com Kill By Kill theme by Revenge Body. For the full-length version and more great music, head to revengebodymemphis.bandcamp.com today!
In Breaking Walls episode 144 we present part two of our mini-series on radio and the world in the fall of 1957. —————————— Highlights: • The 1957 World Series • Unit 99 • Sputnik, Bing Crosby, and Current Events • The Eternal Light and The Glastonbury Cows • Algeria Aflame • Stan Freberg • Bill Kemp, ABC, and More News • School Integration Update • Sorry, Wrong Number • You Bet Your Life • NATO, Syria, and Sputnik • LIFE and The World with Carl Sandberg and Frank Lloyd Wright • Looking Ahead to Jean Shepherd and JFK —————————— The WallBreakers: http://thewallbreakers.com Subscribe to Breaking Walls everywhere you get your podcasts. To support the show: http://patreon.com/TheWallBreakers —————————— The reading material for today's episode was: • I Have a Lady in the Balcony: Memories of a Broadcaster in Radio and Television — By George Ansbro • On the Air — By John Dunning • Network Radio Ratings — By Jim Ramsburg As well as articles from • Broadcasting Magazine • The New England Historical Society • The New York Times • Sponsor Magazine —————————— On the interview front: • Stan Freberg, Byron Kane, and Peggy Webber spoke to SPERDVAC. For more info, go to SPERDVAC.com. • Andre Baruch, Ken Carpenter, Virginia Gregg, John Guedel, and Agnes Moorehead spoke with Chuck Schaden. Hear their full chats at Speakingofradio.com. • Jackson Beck, Vincent Price, and Bill Spier spoke to Dick Bertel and Ed Corcoran for WTIC's The Golden Age of Radio. Hear these interviews at GoldenAge-WTIC.org. • Jack Benny's snippet was recorded by CBS and played for their 50th anniversary in 1977 —————————— Selected music featured in today's episode was: • Plunkett's Lament — By George Fenton • The Pavane and Window To The Sky — By Michael Silverman • As Time Goes By — By Herman Hupfeld • Road — By George Winston • Metamorphosis 2 — By Elizabeth Hainen • Amazing Grace — By Wind Drum Spirit —————————— A special thank you to Ted Davenport, Jerry Haendiges, and Gordon Skene. For Ted go to RadioMemories.com, for Jerry, visit OTRSite.com, and for Gordon, please go to PastDaily.com. —————————— Thank you to: Tony Adams Steven Allmon Orson Orsen Chandler Phil Erickson Jessica Hanna Perri Harper Thomas M. Joyce Ryan Kramer Earl Millard Gary Mollica Barry Nadler Christian Neuhaus Ray Shaw Filipe A Silva John Williams Jim W. —————————— WallBreakers Links: Patreon - patreon.com/thewallbreakers Social Media - @TheWallBreakers
This might be a Scooby Doo movie before Scooby doo was even created. And the first of many many haunted house movies. And you know we love Vincent Price. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wwtbtt/support
Next time on Breaking Walls, in honor of the sixtieth anniversary of John Kennedy's Assassination, we spotlight Jean Shepherd and his November 1963 broadcasts. —————————— Highlights: • The 1957 World Series • Unit 99 • Sputnik, Bing Crosby, and Current Events • The Eternal Light and The Glastonbury Cows • Algeria Aflame • Stan Freberg • Bill Kemp, ABC, and More News • School Integration Update • Sorry, Wrong Number • You Bet Your Life • NATO, Syria, and Sputnik • LIFE and The World with Carl Sandberg and Frank Lloyd Wright • Looking Ahead to Jean Shepherd and JFK —————————— The WallBreakers: http://thewallbreakers.com Subscribe to Breaking Walls everywhere you get your podcasts. To support the show: http://patreon.com/TheWallBreakers —————————— The reading material for today's episode was: • I Have a Lady in the Balcony: Memories of a Broadcaster in Radio and Television — By George Ansbro • On the Air — By John Dunning • Network Radio Ratings — By Jim Ramsburg As well as articles from • Broadcasting Magazine • The New England Historical Society • The New York Times • Sponsor Magazine —————————— On the interview front: • Stan Freberg, Byron Kane, and Peggy Webber spoke to SPERDVAC. For more info, go to SPERDVAC.com. • Andre Baruch, Ken Carpenter, Virginia Gregg, John Guedel, and Agnes Moorehead spoke with Chuck Schaden. Hear their full chats at Speakingofradio.com. • Jackson Beck, Vincent Price, and Bill Spier spoke to Dick Bertel and Ed Corcoran for WTIC's The Golden Age of Radio. Hear these interviews at GoldenAge-WTIC.org. • Jack Benny's snippet was recorded by CBS and played for their 50th anniversary in 1977 —————————— Selected music featured in today's episode was: • Plunkett's Lament — By George Fenton • The Pavane and Window To The Sky — By Michael Silverman • As Time Goes By — By Herman Hupfeld • Road — By George Winston • Metamorphosis 2 — By Elizabeth Hainen • Amazing Grace — By Wind Drum Spirit —————————— A special thank you to Ted Davenport, Jerry Haendiges, and Gordon Skene. For Ted go to RadioMemories.com, for Jerry, visit OTRSite.com, and for Gordon, please go to PastDaily.com. —————————— Thank you to: Tony Adams Steven Allmon Orson Orsen Chandler Phil Erickson Jessica Hanna Perri Harper Thomas M. Joyce Ryan Kramer Earl Millard Gary Mollica Barry Nadler Christian Neuhaus Ray Shaw Filipe A Silva John Williams Jim W. —————————— WallBreakers Links: Patreon - patreon.com/thewallbreakers Social Media - @TheWallBreakers
Pod Stallions 113: Halloween TV Episodes Pod Stallions returns with an episode about all the times sitcoms got spooky, Mrs. Garrett vs Cannibals, Fonz fights a headless zombie, and Vincent Price is filling the Love Boat with blood! #podcast #podstallions DOWNLOAD THE SHOW HERE Topics Discussed: The Facts of Life, Ian Wolfe, Mr. Spock, The Love Boat, Aloaha Paradise, Debbie Reynolds, Happy Days, Laverne and Shirley, Garfield, The Simpsons, Treehouse of Horror, Peter Hooten, Reb Brown, Garrett Morris, Fantasy Island, Vincent Price, Roseanne, Pod Stallions, Plaid Stallions, Do you miss toy magazines?That's why we created Toy-Ventures magazine, an old-school print publication dedicated to vintage toys from the 1960s to the 1990s. Each issue is packed with never before seen images and information written by some of the top collectors. We've got six issues and climbing; please check our page here or visit our store. Our newest book "Knock-Offs: Totally, Unauthorized Action Figures," is now available. It's 130 pages of bootleg goodness. You can get this new book via the PlaidStallions Shop , On Amazon (Affiliate Link) or on eBay (eBay Link) Our book Rack Toys, Cheap, Crazed Playthings is now available again! Order through our Affiliate Link Order Rack Toys 2.0 Here through our Affiliate Link►https://amzn.to/3Bkm9z1 FACEBOOK GROUPS FROM PLAIDSTALLIONS Pod Stallions is based on our podcast and is one of the most fun groups on Facebook. Toys, Comics, Movies, TV, it's all up for grabs and remember, you keep the glass! If you like our show, then you have found your tribe. Mego Knock Off Headquarters- The leading group discussing 70s Dime store knock-offs and bootleg action figures, we talk vintage toys and not others. We know the difference between Astro Apes and Action Apeman. It's a fun group where we talk about Lincoln International, AHI, Tomland, Bogi, Demo Man, Mortoys, and other generic greats.
On this episode of Tales from the Albright, Alyssa and Ann discuss the 1959 version of House on Haunted Hill. We discuss our opinions on the movie, classic movies, and Vincent Price's body of work. We hope you enjoy!
I am so excited that actor, author, director, and filmmaker Andrew Keenan-Bolger helped the Jake's Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast celebrate Halloween this year! Andrew starred as Jesse Tuck on Tuck Everlasting on Broadway, where he was nominated for a Drama League Award. He also created the role of Crutchie in the Original Broadway Cast of Newsies, where he was nominated for an Outer Critics Circle Award. Andrew reprised his role in the record-breaking Newsies: The Broadway Musical Film. He also appeared in the Broadway casts of Mary Poppins, Seussical, Beauty and the Beast, and A Christmas Carol. Andrew also appeared on the First National Tours of Spelling Bee, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Mary Poppins, and Ragtime. He also appeared on several TV shows including The Undoing (HBO), The Blacklist (NBC), The Other Two (HBO), The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Amazon), Nurse Jackie (Showtime), and One Life to Live (ABC). Several media outlets, including Entertainment Weekly, New York Magazine, the New York Times, and Rolling Stone, highlighted Andrew Keenan-Bolger's film work. He is the director of the award-winning short films Sign and The Ceiling Fan and co-author of the Penguin Random House children's series Jack & Louisa. Andrew Keegan-Bolger stars as Harker in the Off-Broadway production of Dracula: A Comedy of Terrors. The play takes place in the treacherous mountains of Transylvania, where a meek English real estate agent makes a harrowing journey to meet a mysterious client – who happens to be the legendary Count Dracula (James Daly). As famed female vampire hunter Jean Van Helsing and company chase the Count from Transylvania to the British countryside to London and back, their antics are guaranteed to create audience's pulses and cause bloodcurdling screams – of laughter.On this special Halloween episode of The Jake's Take with Jacob Elyachar Podcast, Andrew Keenan-Bolger shared the similarities and differences between Crutchie, Harker, and Jesse Tuck, along with creating “Vampiral Moments of the Weeks” for Dracula the Podcastula with his castmates.
The Festival demands a second episode! Because, well, it's not over. Get ready for letters I-Q, featuring Martians, a minister's wife becoming a vampire, a deadly web comic, a mysterious lodger, a vile prince from Poe, two movies that involve an inheritance, an anatomical dummy, and sinister doppelgangers! Listen in as we discuss:Invaders From Mars (1953)Jakob's Wife (2021)Killer Toon (2013)The Lodger (1927)The Masque of the Red Death (1964)Next of Kin (1982)The Old Dark House (1963)Pin (1988)Qorin (2022)The 19th Annual A-Z of Horror Festival continues...
The Dames carry on with Spooky Season and discuss Gothic horror, where the ghosts are metaphors and the horror is for love. Deborah Kerr goes mad in The Innocents, Vincent Price has an unhealthy attachment to his dead wife in The Tomb of Ligeia, and nothing is OK at Crimson Peak.
It's Scary Season here on the pod and we have a double feature to frighten you this year, two classics of the screen that star the inimitable Vincent Price. The first is a true classic, that helped to launch a trend in film in the 50s and Price's career as the King of the Horror Bs. The second is so bad it's good --- a thriller that was even more impactful in its marketing than in its making, but still a lot of fun to watch. Plus, we have guest hosts to help dissect, laugh, and scream at this year's selections. We're starting with the 1953 classic House Of Wax, released by Warner Brothers and helmed by director Andre DeToth. Not only is it headlined by Price, in one of his best performances in horror, it's stuffed with a veritable museum of great B picture actors, and a few who went on to better than B work. The backstory and reason for the artistic and commercial success of House Of Wax is fun and interesting in itself. It begins, as do many good scary movies, in the mists of the 1930s.email: David@thosewonderfulpeople.comWebsite and blog: www.thosewonderfulpeople.comIG: @thosewonderfulpeopleTwitter: @FilmsInTheDark
Join Captain Dan and Penny Lane for a spooktacular episode of Punks in Parkas! Hear tracks from the likes of Vincent Price, The Ventures, Los Straightjackets and more!Tune into new broadcasts of Punks In Parkas, Every Monday from Midday – 1 PM EST / 5 - 6 PM GMTFor more info visit: https://thefaceradio.com/punks-in-parkas//Dig this show? Please consider supporting The Face Radio: http://support.thefaceradio.com Support The Face Radio with PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/thefaceradio. Join the family at https://plus.acast.com/s/thefaceradio. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We'll hear Vincent Price in The Price Of Fear for this week's episode of The Horror. From April 6, 1974, here's his tale, Come As You Are. Listen to more from The Price Of Fear https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr22023/TheHorror1146.mp3 Download TheHorror1146 | Subscribe | Support The Horror Your support makes The Horror possible. If you'd like to help out, visit donate.relicradio.com for more [...]
We begin our third season with the murder of a cosmetics genius (Martin Sheen) by his treacherous boss (Vera Miles). Also along for the ride is a under-used Vincent Price.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5084441/advertisement
Give your Spooktober some extra spark by signing up at Patreon now! You'll get access to the ENTIRE 7-HOUR Universal Horror Special - A Universe Of Horrors - as well as every other Secret History of Hollywood series, including THIN: The Thin Man Story, The Adventures Of Alfred Hitchcock, The Game Is Afoot, Bullets And Blood, and much more... Get early access to The Spooktober Spectacular later this week, featuring movie reviews and Halloween Old-Time Radio fun... A weekly visit from a Golden Age horror icon (including Vincent Price and Boris Karloff) who'll present a macabre classic... A specially recorded spooky Small Tales edition - a selected piece of short fiction with a sinister edge... An entire bank of Movie Commentaries, bonus review shows, a weekly Film Club invitation (October features a classic horror movie each Sunday), and access to my personal Classic Movie Library... A special Halloween watchlist, including links to watch the films... Plus, all patrons gain full access to November's two-day Film Festival - two full days of cinematic excellence, hosted online! Sign up now at Patreon or go to https://www.patreon.com/attaboysecret Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's giving Disturbia. It's giving Scream. It's giving Bram Stoker's Dracula and The Lost Boys and Mom's Got a Date with a Vampire. And it's most definitely giving Vincent Price. Make no mistake, though — Fright Night (1985) is absolutely iconic in its own right. A creature feature where each and every vampire gets their own special set of teeth, this classic ‘80s flick is home to some great hallmarks of the era. On our latest episode of Spooky Tuesday, we're breaking down Chris Sarandon's famous monster movie as we talk about CLEAR references, hot couples, and incredible practical effects. References: https://www.denofgeek.com/movies/fright-night-the-enduring-appeal-of-the-80s-vampire-classic/https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/66862/16-biting-facts-about-fright-nighthttps://movieweb.com/fright-night-facts-trivia/https://originalcinemaniac.com/2019/06/25/from-top-to-bottom-the-films-of-stephen-geoffreys/
Book Vs. Movie: House of UsherThe Edgar Allen Poe Short Story Vs. the 1960 Vincent Price Movie The Margos continue our month of scary movies with the 1839 short story, The Fall of House of Usher, by Edgar Allen Poe, and how it was adapted by Roger Corman in 1960 for the Vincent Price classic House of Usher. The story of the Roderick family, consisting of siblings Roderick and Madeline, is a gothic tale about their shared traumatic experiences that haunt them in their home. The narrator, who remains unnamed, witnesses supernatural occurrences and discovers that Madeline, supposedly dead and buried in the house, is alive. This revelation terrifies her brother, and Madeline uses it to seek revenge against him.The movie, which Corman directed, is a classic adaptation that stands out for its interpretation of the story and the exceptional acting of Vincent Price. The film was listed in the U.S. National Film Registry in 2005 for its artistic merit. This begs the question: which version do we prefer, the short story or the movie?In this ep, the Margos discuss:Edgar Allen PoeHow the material has been interpreted recentlyThe differences between the short story and the movieThe cast of the 1960 film: Vincent Price (Roderick Usher,) Mark Damon (Phillip Winthrop,) Myrna Fahey (Madeline Usher,) and Harry Ellerbe as the butler, Bristol.Clips used:Roderick describes his particular conditionHouse of Usher 1960 trailerThe Usher family history“A plague of evil”“Strange noises in the house”Music: Les BaxterBook Vs. Movie is part of the Frolic Podcast Network.Find more podcasts you will love Frolic.Media/podcasts. Join our Patreon page “Book Vs. Movie podcast”You can find us on Facebook at Book Vs. Movie Podcast GroupFollow us on Twitter @bookversusmovieInstagram: Book Versus Movie https://www.instagram.com/bookversusmovie/Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Margo D. Twitter @BrooklynMargo Margo D's Blog www.brooklynfitchick.com Margo D's Instagram “Brooklyn Fit Chick”Margo D's TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@email@example.comYou can buy your copy of Filmed in Brooklyn here! Margo P. Twitter @ShesNachoMamaMargo P's Instagram https://www.instagram.com/shesnachomama/Margo P's Blog https://coloniabook.weebly.com/ Our logo was designed by Madeleine Gainey/Studio 39 Marketing Follow on Instagram @Studio39Marketing & @musicalmadeleine This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5406542/advertisement
A woman moves into a widower's home to help with the children, but then starts to suspect the father may have murdered his wife! -This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/3548331/advertisement