Jim Adams

This Island Earth (Revisited)| Episode 339

Jim revisits one of his favorite sci-fi movies from the mid 1950’s, “This Island Earth,” starring Jeff Morrow, Rex Reason, Faith Domergue, Lance Fuller, Russell Johnson and Douglas Spencer. Several scientists are recruited by the mysterious “Exeter” to work on positive uses of nuclear energy. But, something is not quite

The Land Unknown (Revisited)| Episode 338

Jim revisits a favorite Dinosaur film form his childhood, 1957’s “The Land Unknown,” starring Jock Mahoney, Shirley Patterson, William Reynolds, Phil Harvey, Henry Brandon, Douglas Kennedy and Tim Smyth. An expedition in Antarctica finds four people n a land that has been untouched for millions of years. Can they escape

Monolith Monsters (revisited)| Episode 337

Jim revisits a classic Universal Sci-Fi from 1957, “Monolith Monsters,” starring Grant Williams, Lola Albright, Les Tremayne, Linda Scheley and Trevor Bardette. Following a meteor strike near a small town in the desert, residents begin dying in a mysterious way. A government geologists races against time to stop the threat.

The Monster That Challenged The World (Revisited)| Episode 336

Jim revisits another favorite “Big Monster” movie from his childhood, the 1957 sci-fi favorite “The Monster The Challenged The World,” starring Tim Holt, Audrey Dalton, Hans Conried, Mimi Gibson, Casey Adams and Barbara Darrow. An earthquake near a remote naval base in the desert unleashes a group of large sea

The Doomsday Machine | Episode 334

Jim discusses a sci-fi disaster that ranks up there with some of the worst movies he has watched – 1972’s “The Doomsday Machine,” starring Grant Williams, Bobby Van, Ruta Lee, James Craig, Mala Powers, Denny Miller and Casey Kasem. A manned flight to Venus is doomed form the start as

The Deadly Mantis (Revisited) | Episode 333

Jim revisits another “Big Bug” classic from Universal-International Pictures directed by Nathan Juran – “The Deadly Mantis,” starring Craig Stevens, William Hopper, Alix Talton, Paul Smith, Donald Randolph, Helen Jay and Bing Russell. A volcano eruption frees a prehistoric giant mantis frozen in the Arctic. The bug creates havoc on

The Boy Who Cried Werewolf | Episode 332

Mark Maddox joins Jim for a rousing discussion on a cult film from 1973directe4d by Nathan Juran – “The Boy Who Cried Werewolf,” starring Kerwin Mathews, Elaine Devry, Scott Sealey, George Gaynes and Robert Wilkie. While spending a weekend in the mountains, a boy’s father is bitten by a werewolf

20 Million Miles To Earth (Revisited) | Episode 331

Jim revisits a classic Ray Harryhausen film and a favorite from his childhood – 1957’s “20 Million Miles To Earth, ” starring William Hopper, Joan Taylor, Frank Puglia, John Zaremba, Thomas Browne Henry and Arthur Space. An ill-fated mission to Venus brings back a lifeform that threatens Rome. It’s a

The Three Faces Of Fear | Episode 330

Jim discusses the European version of Mario Bava’s 1963 horror classic, “Black Sabbath,” starring Boris Karloff, Mark Damon Michele Mercier, Susy Andersen, Jacqueline Pierreux, Lidia Alfonsi and Milo Quesada. This uncut version differs from the American version Jim and many “monster kids” saw in the late 1960’s. Join us we

The Creeping Flesh | Episode 329

Jim looks back on a classic horror film from Tigon Productions – 1973’s “The Creeping Flesh,” starring Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Lorna Heilbron, Duncan Lamont, Jenny Runacre, Michael Ripper, Kenneth J, Warren and George Benson. A scientist’s exploration into a possible cure for evil results in tragic consequences. Find out

Nosferatu | Episode 328

Author Dacre Stoker (Dracula, The Undead, Dracul, The Lost Journal Of Bram Stoker) joins Jim and Mark Maddox for a round-table discussion of the 1922 silent film horror classic “Nosferatu,” directed by F.W. Murnau and starring Max Schreck, Greta Schroder, Gustav von Wangenheim and Alexander Granach. Based on Bram Stoker’s

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