Episode 21 – Son of Frankenstein

Bela and Boris in The Son of Frankenstein

Andrew and Matt talk (for the second time) about middling Frankenstein picture SON OF FRANKENSTEIN, which features the impressive cast of Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, Basil Rathbone, and Lionel Atwill. Sorry about the slight echo!

Rich Kelly draws the Son of Frankenstein for Mondo
Rich Kelly draws the Son of Frankenstein for Mondo

New York Times Review of the Film
TCM’s page on the film
A video review
Buy on Amazon

Episode 19 – The Island of Lost Souls

This week, Matt and Andrew cover the Island of Lost Souls starring Charles Laughton, and featuring Bela Lugosi as the Sayer of the Law.

Panther Woman Island of Lost Souls
Panther Woman Island of Lost Souls

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Episode 18 – The Most Dangerous Game/Dog King

Matt and Andrew ponder the question – just what is the most dangerous game?

The Most Dangerous Game Poster
The Most Dangerous Game Poster

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Episode 17 – Vampyr (That Fugue State Masquerading as a Movie)

This week, Andrew and Matt discuss the freaky surrealistic dreamscape Vampyr, directed by Carl Dryer.

Vampyr
Vampyr

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Episode 14: The Invisible Man

Andrew and Matt talk about the 1933 James Whale directed horror film THE INVISIBLE MAN, which stars Claude Rains and the everpresent Una O’Connor.

Stay tuned next week for the Old Dark House!
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Episode 13: The Bride of Frankenstein

Andrew hates Una O’Connor. Matt doesn’t, but he thinks George Gordon Byron’s pants are too tight. This week we talk about on the greatest movies ever made, The Bride of Frankenstein, starring Boris Karloff, Colin Clive and Elsa Lanchester, and directed by James Whale.
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Episode 12: Frankenstein

Andew and Matt are Alive!!!!!!! Kicking off James Whale January with “Frankenstein” the 1931 film starring Boris Karloff.

Note to RSS/iTunes/etc readers: visiting www.GoldenAgeHorror.com will yield you lots of pretty pictures missing from the RSS feed.

Frankenstein
Frankenstein

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