Jim Adams

Bride Of The Monster | Episode 378

Madeline Brumby and Shane Morton join Jim for a rollicking discussion of the Edward D. Wood Jr. cult classic “Bride Of The Monster,” starring Bela Lugosi, Tony McCoy, Loretta King, Tor Johnson, Harvey B Dunn, Don Nagle, Dolores Fuller and Billy Bendict. Lugosi plays a mad scientist seeking to create

Empire Of The Ants | Episode 377

Jim discusses a 1977 cult classic from Bert I. Gordon, “Empire Of The Ants,” starring Joan Collins, Robert Lansing, John David Carson, Albert Salmi, Jacqueline Scott, Pamela Susan Shoop, Robert Pine, Edward Power, Brooke Palance, Tom Fadden, Harry Holcombe and Irene Tedrow. A group of people encounter giant ants while

The Legend Of Hell House | Episode 376

Jim discusses a classic 1973 horror film based on a book written by Richard Matheson – “The Legend Of Hell House,” starring Roddy McDowall, Pamela Franklin, Clie Revill, Gayle Hunnicutt, Peter Bowles and Roland Culver. Four people are given a week to solve the mystery of “Hell House,” which resulted

The Most Dangerous Game (1932) | Episode 375

Jim discusses a classic suspense-horror film from 1932 produced and directed by the same team who produced “King Kong” – “The Most Dangerous Game,” starring Joel McCrea, Fay Wray, Robert Armstrong, Leslie Banks, Noble Johnson and Steve Clemente. A big game hunter finds himself stranded on a remote island following

Lord Of The Flies | Episode 374

Jim reflects on the first time he saw a classic 1963 British horror film based on the bestseller from William Golding – “Lord Of the Flies,” starring James Aubrey, Hugh Edwards, Tom Gaman, Roger Elwin, Tom Chapin Nicholas Hammond and directed by Peter Brook. This tale of a group of

Konga | Episode 373

Jim reflects on a 1961 cult classic “Big Gorilla” film from Producer Herman Cohen and Director John Lemont – Konga,” starring Michael Gough, Margo Johns, Claire Gordon, Jess Conrad, Austin Trevor, Jack Watson and George Pastell. A research botanist’s experiments with exotic plants he found in Africa result in disastrous consequences.

Twilight Zone The Movie | Episode 372

Jim takes a look at a sci-fi film celebrating its 40th anniversary and one that has had a major impact on him over the years – “Twilight Zone The Movie,” starring Vic Morrow, Scatman Caruthers, Bill Quinn, Kathleen Quinlan, Patricia Barry, William Schallert, Kevin McCarthy, Dick Miller, John Lithgow, Dan

And Now The Screaming Starts | Episode 371

Jim discusses a classic horror film from Amicus Productions directed by Roy Ward Baker – “And Now The Screaming Starts,” starring Peter Cushing, Stephanie Beacham, Ian Ogilvy, Patrick Magee, Herbert Lom and Douglas Gamley. A newly married couple experience strange happenings, including murder, at the groom’s family estate. Is a

These Are The Damned | Episode 370

Jim discusses a little known Hammer Film from 1961 – “These Are The Damned” a.k.a. “The Damned,” directed by Joseph Losey and starring Macdonald Carey, Shirley Ann Field, Oliver Reed, Viveca Lindfors and Alexander Knox. An American tourist crosses paths with a young woman while on vacation which irks her

Invisible Ghost | Episod 369

Jim discusses a classic horror film from 1941 – “Invisible Ghost,” starring Bela Lugosi, Polly Ann Young, Clarence Muse, John McGuire, Betty Compson and Terry Walker. There is something strange happening at the home of Dr. Charles Kessler (Lugosi) involving several murders. Find out more on this episode of MONSTER

Close Encounters Of The Third Kind| Episode 368

Jim reflects on a legendary 1977 Sci-Fi from Director Steven Spielberg – “Close Encounters Of The Third Kind,” starring Richard Dreyfuss, Teri Garr, Melinda Dillion Bob Balaban, Francois Truffaut and Cary Guffy. The film mesmerized audiences upon its initial release and financially saved Columbia Pictures. Find out more about this

Hangar 18 | Episode 367

Jim discusses a 1980 sci-fi based on a classic UFO legend – “Hangar 18,” starring Gary Collins, Darren McGavin, James Hampton, Robert Vaughn, Joseph Campanella, Pamela Bellwood and Phillip Abbott. A satellite launched by the Space Shuttle, crashes into a UFO, forcing it to land on the desert. Two astronauts

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