I’m still working on getting back into making sure to give this blog the attention it properly deserves. Until then though I’m still create content elsewhere. First up, check out my appearance over at Monster Kid Radio where Derek M. Koch and I discussion, the Giant Spider Invasion. Afterward, follow these links over to Monkeys Fighting Robots and check out reviews of the recent issues of Power Rangers and Transformers. You’ll enjoy it, trust me.
Monster Kid Radio had me back again. This time it was to talk about Rodan on his 60th anniversary. The Podcast’s host Derek M. Koch invited me, author Stephen D. Sullivan and Illustrator Mark Maddox (who drew the above picture) on to talk about how much we loved the movie. Check it out and see what it scarred the crap out of me when I was a kid.
I’m not dead! I’m just behind on a lot of things. I’ll work on getting the posts I was planning on doing the last 2 weeks sometime this week so I’m back on track for next Monday. Until then here is a link for another podcast at Monster Kid Radio. Check it out as we review War of the Gargantuas. It was a pretty good discussion.
Got to do the recording of a Godzilla vs. Biolantte Podcast. Check the link out to see the turbulent road that finally led to Paul Chapman (the host), Mike Dent (Guest one), and myself (Guest two) sitting down and discussing this movie in depth. I once again found myself gushing over film. Download it and give it a listen.
The second part of my review over at Monster Kid Radio is out. We finish discussing Frankenstein Conquers the World and I get invited back to talk more Kaiju in the future. What will we be talking about? You’ll have to listen to the episode to find out.
I recently had the opportunity to be a guest on a podcast I enjoy. Derek Kock hosts Monster Kid Radio which talks about the classic and sometimes not so classic movies of yesteryear and he let me come and and talk some giant monster. The movie we discussed? Frankenstein Conquers the WorldA Head over there and give it a listen. I’m sure you’ll enjoy us gushing about our love for giant monster movies.
Correction: While re-listening to this podcast I realized that in Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla they make reference to maser cannons being first introduced fighting against the two creatures from War of the Gargantuas. Since War of the Gargantuas is a semi-sequel to Frankestein Conquers the World, this Frankenstein is thereby part of the Godzilla canon.