EPISODE 99: Robert Forster and Melvyn Douglas star in the ABC Movie of the Week, THE DEATH SQUAD (1974), a story about cops who take the law into their own hands and the one standout who goes up against them. We take a moment to give thanks and to remember Forster, whom we lost this season. Thanks to all who listen to this show. LISTEN IN….
It’s a Halloween party! I’m joined by some podcaster friends and special guests, THE TATERS to discuss TV Terror programming, classic horror hosts, and more! This one is being released just after midnight on Halloween to celebrate the spooky season.
EPISODE 97: Paul Lynde was among the most hilarious comedic talents working during the 1960s and 1970s. Famous for Hollywood Squares and his many film and television appearances, his legacy includes a HALLOWEEN SPECIAL like none other. I’m joined by Rockford Jay (Saturday Frights) to discuss Lynde and this one-of-a-kind show. LISTEN IN!…
I take it from the hip this week to chat about some news and what I’ve been watching, namely the Netflix show MARIANNE and the 1999 series, ROSWELL. Then we visit with Mark Cain’s KINGOLOGY podcast to talk the Stephen King miniseries THE LANGOLIERS from 1995, in this special crossover segment. Join us!
I’m joined by my friend and colleague, actor, filmmaker, entrepreneur, podcaster, Anthony D.P. Mann. We discuss his exciting new audio drama release, RETURN TO FRIGHTENSTEIN. We also shoot the breeze about what we’ve been watching and what excites us most among current genre offerings. It’s a fun and freewheeling talk. Join us and LISTEN IN….
EPISODE 94: Can you see them, Sally, lurking in the shadows? They’re alive, Sally. They want you to be one of them when the lights go out… We discuss one of the most famous telefilms of the movie-of-the-week era – Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark (1973)
It’s our big, big, BOOK CLUB episode, put together by you! Join us as the TV TERROR community comes together with audio clips and essays about their favorite TV-related reads. And if that weren’t enough, we’re joined by DAN STOUT, author of the acclaimed new novel, TITAN SHADE. We discuss his book, his process, and his television influences.
In this direct sequel to the first Kolchak telefilm, a victim of the Las Vegas vampire journeys to Los Angeles and begins a new cycle of feeding — only Kolchak will recognize the pattern of vampirism. LISTEN IN…
Just several years after Young Frankenstein, CBS gave us another comedic take on the Frankenstein monster, starring Jack Elam and Jeffrey Kramer. It’s STRUCK BY LIGHTNING, the short-lived sitcom from 1979.
When two smugglers (Tom Atkins, Howard Hesseman) fly to California with an illicit load of Ecuadorian coffee, little do they suspect that there are deadly stowaways in the cargo hold, the eight-legged kind, with a venom that kills like the plague. A CBS Wednesday Movie from 1977 with an all-star cast.