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Hey Folks the B-Movie Cast is BACK!
This time Mary, Juan and Nic check out The Empire of Dracula or “How I learned to stop worrying and love the Vampiro de Mexico!).
We also finally have some of the audio feedback we’ve been getting posted and Mary gets to read the emails on the air because we deleted some files on her recorder’s memory card!
Also – Check out the contest page- there’s a new picture up and I’m expecting a lot of entries in this week’s contest so don’t disappoint us!
Hey B-Movie Clubhouse gang!
We’re back with a new Halloween episode!
This time Mark Mawston is joining us from the UK and we’re getting out our sequined jumpsuits for some Elvis fun with “Bubba Ho-Tep”!
What happens when Elvis and JFK take on an ancient Egyptian soul-sucking mummy? Well you’ll need to watch the movie to find out.
However, if you tune in to this episode you’ll catch Mary, Mark and Nic giving some love to this modern classic!
New contest photo up on the contest page!
Still having a little trouble with the feedback- however, keep sending your emails to BMovieCast@gmail.com we’re getting them and reading them. we literally ran out of space on the drive Marry is using so we couldn’t read them off this time. However, we will get back to that soon! Also still having trouble with the phone in messages. However, we’re working on that too. You can always send us an MP3 through dropbox to the B Movie Cast Gmail account.
Final note- Juan will be back next time, we’re limited to only 2 call ins right now.
Happy Halloween and remember- Keep watching the skies!
Hey folks- it’s time for a new episode of the B-Movie Cast! This is the first truly new episode since Vince’s passing. Mary has taken the lead on it and decided we’d do “Dracula AD 1972” – A Hammer Horror film with Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee.
Mary, Juan and Nic talk about the film, some of the things going on with them.
Still working on incorporating listener calls and emails back into the cast. So please call or write if you’d like to be included, we’d love to hear from you! BMovieCast@gmail.com
Hello B-Movie Cast friends and family.
This is a special posting of a special B-Movie Cast. This episode was one that Vince, Michael Worth and co-host Nic Brown recorded earlier this year. The episode was going to be released during some down time for the show. However, as many of you know that didn’t happen because our friend and B-Movie mentor: Vince Rotolo, passed away suddenly in April of this year.
Mary, Juan and I have been working together to see what we can do to bring the show back in Vince’s honor. While going through the files on one of the many computers he used for the cast we discovered this file.
Nic has managed to edit in the standard intro and closing for the cast, along with a ‘blooper real’ bumper that guest host Michael Worth sent in from Lance Henriksen.
We hope you enjoy this special show. There is no feed back in it, we’re still working on that.
However, you’re welcome to drop us a line at BMovieCast@gmail.com with comments and best wishes to Mary.
Thank you for listening and keep watching the skies… Vince is up there somewhere!
Horror and Wrestlers in a Good Mexican Movie!
This week at The B-Movie Clubhouse we have a special guest joining us Roberto “Bobb” Cotter author of ìThe Mexican Masked Wrestler and Monster Filmography as we discuss a Mexican Horror film called Ladron de cadavers or The Body Snatcher from 1957.
A wrestler and a detective team up to stop a mad scientist who is kidnapping athletes and replacing their brains with those of animals to make them stronger and live longer.
Look at her long enough and she may be the last thing you’ll ever see!
This week at The B-Movie Clubhouse I wanted to do a film I have never watched but have had for a while so I picked Eye of the Devil from 1966 a crime, horror, mystery from the UK. The film was directed by J. Lee Thompson and stars Deborah Kerr, David Niven, Donald Pleasence and Sharon Tate in her first screen role.
Vineyard owner marquis Philippe de Montfaucon is called back to his castle Bellenac because of another dry season. He asks his wife and children to remain in Paris, but they still come …