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June 24, 2012 Posted by admin in General

#74: The Damned Thing by Ambrose G. Bierce

Hello Monster Fans, I have another terrifying classic horror tale for you–this one from the author Ambrose Bierce! Also, though I do mention this in the episode, I will also here give my congratulations to the team behind Take This Lollipop for winning the Daytime Emmy for Outstanding New Approaches in Daytime Entertainment! Click on the link

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June 23, 2012 Posted by admin in General

A M.O.S.S. Happy Birthday Message for Monster Island Resort

As some of you may know, the second year anniversary of the Monster Island Resort Podcast is looming on the horizon. Despite such a momentous occasion, I must confess I expected it to pass by with relatively little notice until my two-year anniversary gets posted on July 1st. Leave it to one of my fellow pop

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June 17, 2012 Posted by admin in General

#73: Happy Birthday, Hershall Gordon Lewis!

Hello everyone! Happy (God)Father’s Day! June 15th was the birthday of the Godfather of Gore himself–Hershall Gordon Lewis! I have always enjoyed myself a good HG Lewis picture, as have many horror fans. He is credited with creating the gore or splatter film–films that, at best, appeal to our morbid curiosities like celluloid Grand Guignols.

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June 11, 2012 Posted by admin in General

#72: Hail to the King Ghidorah, Baby!

Hello everyone! Continuing my new mission to discuss one monster every month, I invite Professor Ramie Tateishi to discuss King Ghidorah–probably one of the most popular of the Japanese dai kaiju, or giant monsters.   Sensei Tateishi teaches classes on Japanese film, including a college course on Gojira! We have a blast discussing one of

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June 3, 2012 Posted by admin in General

#71: A Tribute to Shindo Kaneto, Auteur

Greetings Monsters, With this episode, Carol Borden from The Cultural Gutter returns to the resort to help me pay tribute to the incredible Japanese director and writer Shindo Kaneto by discussing his considerable legacy and impact. Kaneto not only helped shape the filmscape, but he also supplied the horror genre with two successful films that

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