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Octaman (1971) – Episode 118 – Decades of Horror 1970s Play in new window | Download (Duration: 52:07 — 24.0MB)Subscribe: RSS“The octopus is the most intelligent species in the ocean.” And yet, an anthropomorphic version of an octopus saw fit to appear in this film. Join your faithful Grue Crew – Doc Rotten, Chad Hunt, Bill Mulligan, and Jeff Mohr – as they try […]

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King Kong (1976) — Episode 47 — Decades of Horror 1970s Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:42:02 — 46.8MB)Subscribe: RSS“There’s a girl out there who might be running for her life from some gigantic turned-on ape.” – the line for King Kong  (1976) illustrates the odd tone to the  high-profile, big-budget creature feature remake. Dino De Laurentiis’ monstrous epic provides fans with a […]

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It’s Alive (1974) — Episode 37 — Decades of Horror 1970s Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:08:01 — 31.2MB)Subscribe: RSS“There’s only ONE thing wrong with the Davis baby… IT’S ALIVE” – the tagline for It’s Alive  is one of the better examples of what a great tagline can do for a film. The film originally released in 1974 to mediocre returns, came back […]

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An American Werewolf in London – Episode 70 Monster Movie Podcast

Join us this week as we revisit An American Werewolf in London from director John Landis and effects artist, Academy Award winner, Rick Baker. One of two phenomenal, influential werewolf films of 1981, An American Werewolf in London goes on to win the first Academy Award for Best Make-Up and forever connect the lyrics to […]

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Decades of Horror 1970s – Episode 1 – The Incredible Melting Man (1977) Play in new window | Download (Duration: 45:27 — 26.4MB)Subscribe: RSSWelcome to the first episode of the  Decades of Horror 1970s  podcast with your hosts The Black Saint and Doc Rotten. Each month, the show will revisit one of the classic – or not so classic – horror films from the Seventies: b-movies, blockbusters, […]