Best hypnogoria podcasts we could find (Updated September 2017)
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Coming to you from the Great Library of Dreams at Hypnogoria Towers, Mr Jim Moon invites you to take a comfy armchair by the fireside to talk of all things weird and wonderful. Alternating between discussions of strange cinema, television, comics and literature, and readings of classic genre fiction,Hypnobobs brings you all you need to keep your imagination well nourished… Hypnobobs brings you a family of four podcasts! Originally what was one show (Hypnobobs) is now a quartet - the indepth ...
 
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Coming to you from the Great Library of Dreams at Hypnogoria Towers, Mr Jim Moon invites you to take a comfy armchair by the fireside to talk of all things weird and wonderful. Alternating between discussions of strange cinema, television, comics and literature, and readings of classic genre fiction, Hypnobobs brings you all you need to keep your imagination well nourished… Hypnobobs brings you a family of four podcasts! Originally what was one show (Hypnobobs) is now a quartet - the indepth ...
 
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At long last, Mr Jim returns to explore once more the mysteries of the Mummy! In this episode, we discover what the Mummy was doing in the years between the end of the Universal series and the dawn of the Hammer cycle. We track down appearances in popular culture, talk about the mummies found lurking in the infamous 50s horror comics, and discu ...…
 
To mark the passing of the late great Adam West, Mr Jim Moon pays tribute with a special chapter of Bat-history – a complete commentary for Batman the Movie (1966)
 
Mr Jim Moon travels from the great library of dreams to the book club and brings with him the Dredd epic to end all epics. Check out Jim's fabulous podcast about all forms of weird fictions, Hypnogoria. And get your copy of the Apocalypse War in Case Files volume 5, or in the Hachette collection hardback. You can find a list of episodes so far ...…
 
In this episode, Mr Jim Moon tackles one of the most troubling questions of our times, a question that has perplexed the minds of man for… ohh.. ages now! Yes, in this episode we attempt to settle once and for all the age-old question of are mummies zombies?
 
In a special episode, Mr Jim Moon pays tribute to the late great Sir Roger Moore with a commentary track for his debut outing as James Bond 007, the voodoo flavoured Live and Let Die (1973)
 
In the second part of this special investigation, Mr Jim Moon explores the various macabre and strange theories advanced for the Bella in the Wych Elm case. Was this an occult murder? Or part of some sinister espionage plot? In this episode we weigh up assorted allegations implicating spies and witches, attempt to unravel the myths surrounding ...…
 
In the first episode of a special two-part investigation, Mr Jim Moon ventures into the darkest part of the woods to investigate a most mysterious unsolved case. In 1943, some boys made a most macabre discovery in Hagley Woods, near Birmingham – the skeleton of a woman buried within a hollow tree… Who was she? Was this murder? Was witchcraft in ...…
 
In this episode, Mr Jim Moon takes an in-depth look at the world’s first ever zombie movie, with a full commentary track for White Zombie from 1932, starring the legendary Bela Lugosi. And as this movie is in the public domain, you can watch along legally and for free here – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6GmZqLuG0s…
 
In this special episode, Mr Jim Moon pays tribute to one of the all time great artists in horror, Mr Bernie Wrightson – creator of Swamp Thing, illustrator of Frankenstein, star of horror comics from Warren and DC, and collaborator with Stephen King
 
In this episode, Mr Jim Moon explores the original dawn of the dead… when the zombie first shambled from folklore into horror fiction. Hence we are taking a look the first zombie tales that appeared in the 1930s, including HP Lovecraft’s early classic Herbert West: Reanimator!
 
In this episode, Mr Jim Moon resurrects his Zombi Zombi series, and this time we are going right back to the beginning! In this show we unearth the earliest accounts of the zombi, hearing strange tales of haunted islands, voodoo rites, and discover something a little different to what you might be expecting!…
 
In a special episode, Mr Jim Moon pays tribute to the life and career of John Hurt, looking back over a personal selection of his most outstanding roles.
 
In the third and final part of his round-up of horror cinema from 2016, Mr Jim Moon looks at Don’t Breathe, Lights Out, The Invitation, Green Room and The Witch.
 
Mr Jim Moon continues his retrospective on notable horror movies and fright flicks from the tyre-fire that was 2016, this time rounding up a selection of films from international productions! Under the watchful eye of Hypnogoria comes The Boy, The Autopsy of Jane Doe, Baskin, Train to Busan and Under the Shadow.…
 
Looking back, it seems that 2016 was quite a good year for horror cinema, and hence we begin a three part round-up of notable fright flicks from last year. In this first episode, Mr Jim Moon takes a look at some of the notable sequels and prequels that emerged – Insidious Chapter 3, The Conjuring 2, Blair Witch and Ouija: Origin of Evil. And as ...…
 
In the first episode for a new year, Mr Jim Moon pays tribute to the late Joe Dever, legendary writer and games designer, remembering the man, his life and works, and of course, his classic creations Lone Wolf and the world of Magnamund. We also preview what will be coming on the show this year too.
 
In a special surprise episode, Mr Jim Moon goes rooting through the dusty old audio archives of the Great Library of Dreams to learn of the strange but very festive adventures enjoyed by Batman and the Six Million Dollar Man courtesy of Power Records in the 1970s.
 
In the second of two special episodes, Mr Jim Moon revisits a Christmas classic – the much loved BBC adaptation of The Box of Delights by John Masefield. However this year, Mr Jim has invited all you at home along to join him in his annual rewatch with a full commentary! This episode covers Parts 4, 5 and 6. Now let us go swift and continue our ...…
 
In the first of two special episodes, Mr Jim Moon revisits a Christmas classic – the much loved BBC adaptation of The Box of Delights by John Masefield. However this year, Mr Jim is inviting all you at home along to join him in his annual rewatch with a full commentary! This episode covers Parts 1, 2 and 3. However we shall not leave you little ...…
 
In the second part of our little series examining what Satan was up to in the early ’70s, Mr Jim Moon meets the very strange Messiah of Evil (1973), and tangles with the Brotherhood of Satan (1971). Plus in a bongo bonus feature, we attend Blood Sabbath (1972) starring cult favourite Dyanne Thorne.
 
In the first of a two part mini series, Mr Jim Moon takes a look at what the Devil was up to in the early 1970s. First we join Alan Alda to learn how to do The Mephisto Waltz (1971) and then head out into the desert to investigate mysterious deaths in Enter the Devil (1972).
 
The SFFaudio Podcast #393 – Ex Oblivione by H.P. Lovecraft, read by the great Wayne June. This is a complete and unabridged reading of the short story (5 Minutes) followed by a discussion of it (by Jesse, Paul Weimer, and Jim Moon) Talked about on today’s show: the pronunciation, Athenae, not from Weird Tales, a prose poem vs. a story, flash fi ...…
 
In a bonus extra chapter this year, Mr Jim Moon uncovers the birth of the horror genre and discovers when Halloween first properly became scary! We take a look at early Halloween horrors in the pages of the pulps, and then discover how the macabre radio shows of the 1930s and 1940s would make Halloween night their own……
 
As Halloween approaches Mr Jim Moon delves once more into the history and the mysteries of this ancient holiday. In this chapter we take a trip back to the start of the 20th century to discover how Halloween parties evolved and see how the spookiest night of the year was portrayed in the brave new worlds of radio and film.…
 
This week in the Great Library of Dreams, Mr Jim Moon takes a stroll down a particularly spooky stretch of Memory Lane, and explores various eerie and horrific tales he heard as child growing up in a small village. There were tales of monsters, horrors from urban legends, weird folklore, and stories of the numerous ghosts that haunted the village……
 
The SFFaudio Podcast #388 – From Beyond by H.P. Lovecraft; read by Martin Reyto courtesy of Legamus. This is an unabridged reading of the short story (19 minutes) followed by a discussion of it. Participants in the discussion include Jesse, Paul Weimer, and Mr Jim Moon. Fantasy Fan, this story has to be visualized, the 1986 movie, the baroque l ...…
 
In this chapter of Bat-history, we hit the 1970s and discover the adventures on vinyl the Caped Crusader had with Power Records!
 
Welcome back Bat-fans! In this chapter of Bat history we encounter the many strange and bizarre things – the Penguin going jazz, the Riddler crooning, obsessive Boy Wonder fans, and Germanic Batmen! For we are exploring the lurid vinyl underground of Gotham, cataloguing the many cash-in records that appeared in the wake of the Batman TV show in ...…
 
In this show, Mr Jim Moon takes a trip into the strange poetry of HP Lovecraft, and takes a look at the epic sonnet cycle of cosmic horrors and weird revelations Fungi From Yuggoth. And as well as discussing the verses themselves and their history, we also take a look at a brand new audio production from William E Hart and Graham Plowman that s ...…
 
Roaring back from the grave, comes Psychomania! Mr Jim provides a commentary track for the cult Brit horror flick, directed by Hammer veteran Don Sharp, and starring George Sander, Nicky Henson and Beryl Reid. This movie tells the tale of a gang of motorcycling hoodlums who return to life to wreak havoc thanks to a pact with a toad! It’s the on ...…
 
This week we investigate the further adventures of Universal Mummy Kharis! Now played by the great Lon Chaney Jnr., Mr Jim Moon breaks into The Mummy’s Tomb (1942), encounters The Mummy’s Ghost (1944) and falls prey to The Mummy’s Curse (1944). We also regrettably discover what occurs when Abbott & Costello Meet The Mummy (1955)…
 
In this episode, Mr Jim Moon travels back into Universal horror history to witness the birth of a new movie monster, Kharis the Mummy! We take an in-depth look at The Mummy’s Hand (1940), a movie that not only kick-started the Universal Mummy franchise but was to have a huge influence on all subsequent mummy movies!…
 
H. P. Lovecraft’s Fungi from Yuggoth and Other Poems on CD: ISBN 978-1-878252-80-7 is Finally In-Production at Fedogan & Bremer! To paraphrase the Fedogan & Bremer website, “Our 21st-Century audio production of HPL’s Fungi From Yuggoth as read by William E. Hart, with the eerie atmospheric music scored by Graham Plowman doesn’t stop there; we’v ...…
 
Mr Jim Moon takes on Boris Karloff’s evil immortal mummy Imhotep in a full commentary on the 1932 Universal horror classic The Mummy!
 
In this episode we follow the course of mummy stories in early 20th century weird and genre fiction, with tales of strange curses and evil immortals! And then we discover how he shambled onto the silver screen in the silent era in a surprising number of early outings!
 
https://armchairadventurerblog.files.wordpress.com/2016/03/stormbringer-part-2-16_03_2016-23-37.m4a Download Episode RSS Feed INTRODUCTION This is the supplement to the first part … a companion which is all about STORMBRINGER supplements. We have had some encouraging iTunes reviews … if you haven’t done one, then please do because it will tax a ...…
 
In the second part of our Mummy saga, Mr Jim Moon explores the development and evolution of the Egyptian horrors in fiction and literature. We encounter ancient princesses, reincarnated lovers, dire curses from the tomb and, of course, the reanimated dead!
 
Mr Moon begins an epic journey through the history of a horror icon – the Mummy! In this episode, we journey to ancient Egypt to unwrap the mysteries of mummification, unlock the secrets of the dead, discover the truth about tomb curses, and encounter legends of bandaged ghouls!
 
Due to popular demand, here’s a commentary for the earlier collaboration between Jim Henson and Brian Froud – one of the stand-out fantasy films of the ’80s and a landmark in puppetry and SFX, The Dark Crystal from 1982!
 
To mark the passing of the late great David Bowie, Mr Jim Moon sets off to a magical realm where Alice in Wonderland meets Monty Python, where the Wizard of Oz meets George Lucas, and where David Bowie meets a load of ruddy goblins! Yes, we are having a viewing of that classic second team-up of Henson and faerie illustrator Brian Froud: 1986’s ...…
 
In the final chapter of this epic festive investigation, Mr Jim Moon explores the history of the British Father Christmas, goes on the trail of the German Weihnachtsmann, and perhaps finally gets to the bottom of where Santa Claus really comes from!
 
In the next leg of our epic investigation of the history and mystery of Santa Claus, we examine the development of his image through 19th century America, of his appearances in Victorian England, and how he came to inhabit grottoes in our stores come December time!
 
In the second part of our very special Christmas series, we further investigate the origins of Santa Claus, exploring the life and legends of St. Nicholas, his role in the tradition of Christmas presents, the assorted magical gift bringers he transmuted into in Europe, bring light to the dark rumours of Krampus and satanic Santas, and examine t ...…
 
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Ian Todd Podcast Collective
 
Hello! In this episode I am joined by Toby Hadoke,JR Southall (The Blue Box podcast),Robin Bell (Twisted Showcase),Charlie Ross,Harry Medium & Iamwilliam (Radio Rassilon),Phil Cannon (Who's He podcast),Jim Moon and Tony Way (Doctor Who,Sherlock)We talk about our favourite Christmas Specials.Have a great festive time! See you in the new year!Sub ...…
 
Hello and welcome to the Witless For The Defence, presided over by Judge Chris Johnson, Jim (Hang ‘Em) Moon SSC BSC and Elton McManus QVC. Case 26 sees Pete Hammond defending and Lee Medcalf prosecuting Total Recall 2012 Would you like to defend a guilty movie pleasure on the Witless for the Defence….? Then Email us witless.defender@gmail.com A ...…
 
In this first in a series of Christmas specials, Mr Jim Moon sets off in search of Santa. Travelling down the centuries in a borrowed magic sleigh, we bust some myths about the Bearded Gentleman himself, before uncovering the roles played by the poem A Visit From St. Nicholas, the writings of Mr Washington Irving, and the drawings of Mr Thomas ...…
 
This week Mr Jim Moon turns back time, and takes a look back at the classic SF horror series Sapphire and Steel. Created by PJ Hammond and starring genre icons David McCallum and Joanna Lumely, this strange series thrilled, puzzled and frightening many a viewer back the early ’80s and still haunts the dreams of many today……
 
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The Witless For The Defence
 
Hello and welcome to the Witless For The Defence, presided over by Judge Chris Johnson , Jim (Hang ‘Em) Moon BSC SSC and Elton McManus QVC. Case 25 sees Murray Christison defending the eleventh James Bond film Moonraker starring Roger Moore. Would you like to defend a guilty movie pleasure on the Witless for the Defence….? Then Email us at witl ...…
 
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