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Episode 94: The Scream Queen


In this week’s show…

SING along with a Mexican stereotype!

Do you have enough BLADES?

Tap your foot to music by Charles Trenet and Freddy Martin!

And THRILL to the tale of Universal Horror icon, the “Queen Of The Screamers”, Miss Evelyn Ankers!

There’s also news afoot!

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Episode 23: You Have Failed, Monk!

In this week's episode... 

LEARN all about Adam's aversion to Wella-Hella-Hellas!

TAKE a chill pill with Walt and Phil!

REALISE the advertising magic of using a bu-bu-bu-bu-bu-bu-bu-buhh-bu-bum in your commercial!

GAWP at Bela Lugosi's crazy inventions in the 1939 horror 'The Phantom Creeps' and marvel at the ineptitude of bald robots with eyebrows, magic meteorites, paralysis spiders, and the wisdom of using ex-convicts named Monk to adjust your invisibility belts!

THRILL to a review of the film that could quite easily be mistaken for a piece of Frank-Capra-Corn, the utterly delightful 'It Happened Tomorrow' and...

GUESS the secret word, as we join Groucho Marx in this week's slice of classic radio, the most popular radio quiz of its day, the astonishingly wonderful 'You Bet Your Life'

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Episode 13: I Wish You Were Dead, Old Man


This week's episode is a horrifying affair, with reviews of 'Captive Wild Woman' (which may be the best film Adam's ever seen...), 'The Man They Could Not Hang', 'Supernatural', and the superlative British horror 'Dead Of Night' featuring suicidal golfers, creepy children, rooms within mirrors, and sinister dummies...

Also featured are adverts that will help you towards your natural "regularity", and provide the answer to the perennial question: "Why did so many soldiers die in army hospitals?". Dick Powell has the answer...

This week's radio play is a wickedly macabre tale from the marvellously dark radio series, 'Quiet Please', entitled 'The Thing On The Fourble Board'...

Turn the lights down low, and the headphones up high...

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Night Has A Thousand Eyes

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In this week's show, Adam is revolted by Orson Welles' attempt at an Irish accent in 'The Lady From Shanghai', but manages to find two worse examples (if such a thing is possible). He tells Lon Chaney (a very unsuitable Dracula indeed) to man up, and directs your attention to a classic collection coming soon to Blu-Ray.
Reviews this week are 'Horror Island', 'Night Has A Thousand Eyes', 'The Devil-Doll' and the sublime Val Lewton production, 'The Leopard Man'.
Edward G. Robinson stars in this week's radio play, courtesy of the Screen Director's Playhouse.


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Night Has A Thousand Eyes
The Devil-Doll
The Leopard Man
Horror Island
A Brief Look: The Screen Director's Playhouse

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