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Written, produced and hosted by Joe Stuber. In his guise as Stuberman, Joe has created the world’s first podcast devoted exclusively to in-depth interviews with the legendary talents (actors, writers, producers, directors and more) who have brought comic book properties to life on TV, Broadway, film, video games, live events and beyond!
 
Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff, John Agar . . . these are the patron saints of Monster Kid Radio, the Rondo Award-winning podcast celebrating the classic, and sometimes not-co-classic, genre cinema of yesteryear. Your host Derek M. Koch is joined by a special guest each episode to talk about a favorite monster movie; favorite classic actor, actress, or director; or a topic relevant to monster kids of all ages. Framed by mostly-spooky surf music, every episode of Monster Kid Radio is your weekly ...
 
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Between Derek, Disney, Indiana's Scott Morris, and Comic Book Central's Joe Stuber, they have nearly three decades of podcasting experience between them. But is all that experience enough to tackle the likes of . . . Herman Munster? 1966's Munster, Go Home! (dir. Earl Bellamy) is on deck this week, and it features one of the coolest movie cars EVER…
 
A Godzilla film or a Gamera film is a kaiju film. But a kaiju film isn't necessarily a Godzilla film or a Gamera film. This week, Derek welcomes fellow podcaster Robert Kelly to the show to discuss their Top Three Kaiju Films NOT featuring Godzilla or Gamera. Plus Kenny's Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland, Mark Matzke's Beta Capsule Review, and D…
 
After an interrupted recording session at the cemetery, and joined Derek for a conversation about a movie that has . . . ahem . . . a reputation. It's The Creeping Terror (dir. Vic Savage), and they finally sit down to decide for themselves if it really is as bad as its reputation suggests. Surprisingly, The Creeping Terror was covered - with multi…
 
Ladies and gentlemen, the podcast you are about to hear contains a discussion of the 1962 film Burn, Witch, Burn (dir. Sidney Hayers) with Derek and this week's guest Kevin Slick. Even today, in many parts of the world, people will hear Kenny's Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland, Mark Matzke's Beta Capsule Review, and Listener Feedback. Voicemail:…
 
She’s righteous, brighteous and WAY outta-sighteous! From The Electric Company’s pop/rock group, The Short Circus, June Angela is here! June drops by as I close out my series of in-depth interviews looking back at the electrifying and entertaining 1970s educational series. PLUS – we’ll talk about her time on Broadway starring opposite Yul Brynner i…
 
My Electric Company celebration continues with Skip Hinnant! Skip solved the mysteries of grammar as Fargo North Decoder AND battled the Amazing Spider-Man as the Spoiler on the series. He also originated the role of Schroeder on stage in You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown and gave voice to Fritz the Cat for animation legend, Ralph Bakshi. Time to tu…
 
Continuing my look back at the sensational 70s series The Electric Company with Judy Graubart! Judy talks about her time doing improv at Chicago’s Second City, swinging from vines and teaching grammar on The Electric Company as Jennifer of the Jungle, and teaming up with the Amazing Spider-Man! Photo courtesy Judy Graubart Images TM & copyright © M…
 
Turn off the lights and make yourself comfortable because this week on Monster Kid Radio, Derek welcomes Erik Martin from the Cineversary podcast to talk about one of Erik's great passions - old time radio. Horror. Mystery. Suspense. And all without any moving pictures! Join us for this deep dive into a vintage media and medium that is still thrill…
 
Looking back at nearly a half-century of The Electric Company with the cast! First up, Hattie Winston is here! Star of stage and screen, Hattie chats about working with both Ted Danson and Eddie Murphy, and she reminisces about her time on the 70s comedy/education series where she danced and sang with Morgan Freeman, battled Spider-Man, AND made hi…
 
It’s non-stop action with Non-Stop Spider-Man writer, Joe Kelly! Joe drops by the Lair to chat about his latest Spidey title, Superman, Deadpool, the super production team Man of Action, Ben 10, his graphic novel and movie I Kill Giants and tons of other super stuff! PLUS – your chance to score a Ben 10 Versus the Universe DVD! Images TM & copyrigh…
 
From monsters and makeup, to winning an Oscar for Beetlejuice, to outfitting the Flash! Makeup and effects genius Robert Short is my guest. Robert shares his Hollywood stories of working with legendary directors like Burton and Spielberg, going to the 24th century with Star Trek: The Motion Picture, suiting up as Robby the Robot, and directing the …
 
We watch monster movies all year round, but around Halloween, we want those monster movies to be special. And Hammer Films? They're definitely special. And this week's special guest - filmmaker Joshua Kennedy - knows his Hammer Films. This week, he and Derek discuss their Top Three Hammer Films to Watch During Halloween. It also turns out a particu…
 
TV writer/producer Mike Weiss joins me to talk about his time on the ABC series Stumptown starring Cobie Smulders, and his latest writing adventure – the pulp-inspired globetrotting tale for TKO Studios, The Fearsome Doctor Fang! Photo courtesy Mike Weiss Images TM & copyright © Disney/ABC, TKO Studios Use promo code CBC20 for 20% off at TKO Studio…
 
Actor, comedian, writer, and voiceover artist Phil LaMarr joins me this week to talk about his hundreds of animation roles including Green Lantern from Justice League, Static from Static Shock, and He-Ro from Kevin Smith’s Masters of the Universe: Revelation. PLUS – we’ll chat about his roles in front of the camera in Spider-Man 2 and Supergirl! Ph…
 
Steve Turek from the helped Derek this week when the Monsters in the Machine tried to stage a revolt and hid the audio files he needed for this week's episode. Fortunately, not only did Steve spend a few minutes with Derek for a chat about Halloween (and Conan AGAIN), but we have Mark Matzke's Beta Capsule Review and another visit from Dr. Tongue s…
 
Peabody-winning writer, producer, director, and educator Bridget Terry is in the Lair to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the feature film Popeye and her incredible chronicle of the film’s production – The Popeye Story! Photos courtesy Bridget Terry Book image TM & copyright © King Features Syndicate, Paramount/CBS Popeye Official Site Order Popey…
 
This week on Monster Kid Radio, Steve Turek from the joins Derek to get wrapped up in The Long Hair of Death (dir. Antonio Margheriti). And you know what happens when a couple of friends get together to talk about a movie - not only do they talk about this Barbara Steele film, but they end up talking about a variety of other topics as well (includi…
 
Star of stage and screen, Roberta Maxwell, joins me to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the feature film Popeye! Roberta talks about bringing Nana Oyl to life in the film, and working with Robin Williams, Shelley Duvall, and director Robert Altman! Photo courtesy Roberta Maxwell Images TM & copyright © King Features Syndicate, Paramount/CBS Popeye…
 
We can't let a year go by without another installment of the Monster Rally Retro Awards here on Monster Kid Radio! This week, author Stephen D. Sullivan joins Derek to review the 1936, 1946, and 1956 nominees for Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Director, Best Movie, and Best Monster. Also, Kenny has another Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland, Mark …
 
Directed by Spielberg! Directed by Anthony Perkins in a Psycho flick! Directed by Zemeckis in a Back to the Future film! And – Sweethaven resident directed by Robert Altman. Brilliant actor Donovan Scott has just about done it all and he’s here to help me celebrate the 40th anniversary of the feature film Popeye, where he brought the iconic Thimble…
 
Legendary science fiction author Alan Dean Foster joins me to talk about his time in the world of Star Trek adapting the animated series into prose, bringing Power Records stories to life, and developing the story for Star Trek: The Motion Picture. PLUS – we’ll spend some time in a galaxy far, far away to talk about ghost writing the original Star …
 
This week's movie might have had several different names, but it stars the one and only Bela Lugosi! We're calling it My Son, the Vampire (dir. John Gilling) here on Monster Kid Radio this week when Taylor Gentry joins Derek to talk about this Lugosi . . . comedy? And if that's not enough, Kenny's Look at Famous Monsters of Filmland also tackles th…
 
Star Trek talk this week with author and TV historian Marc Cushman! Marc returns to the Lair at warp speed to chat about his latest “These Are the Voyages” Trek tomes highlighting the rise of Star Trek fandom in the 70s leading up to the classic film – Star Trek: The Motion Picture! Photo courtesy Marc Cushman Book images TM & copyright © Jacobs/Br…
 
Punch! Punch! Punch! Watch out! Here comes Jet Jaguar! And we're not just talking about the band on this week's episode! This week, author Anthony Wendel joins Derek to discuss the 1973 film (although it wasn't released in the US until 1976) Godzilla vs. Megalon (dir. Jun Fukuda, Yoshimitsu Banno). Mark Matzke has another Beta Capsule Review, Dr. T…
 
She composes the soundtracks for superheroes! Pinar Toprak drops by to talk about her recent Emmy nom for McMillions, and how a tryout for Wonder Woman led to super soundtracks for Captain Marvel, Krypton, and Stargirl! Photo courtesy Pinar Toprak Images TM & copyright © Warner Bros., Marvel Pinar’s official website Follow Pinar on Twitter Follow P…
 
Will YOU get lost in The Maze (dir. William Cameron Menzies) with Derek and this week's guest, Jonathan Inbody? The only way to find out is to listen to this week's episode of Monster Kid Radio! When Jonathan isn't producing his X Meets Y Podcast, he's writing, he's making movies, and he's coming up with interesting takes on just-as-interesting mov…
 
From stand-up to superhero – the fantastically funny Joel McHale can do it all! Joel drops by to chat about his heroic role as Starman on the hit series Stargirl, but we also find time to talk about his comedic influences, sports, The Soup, game shows old and new, medical advice during the pandemic, oh – and the time he met Spider-Man! Photo courte…
 
David J. Skal () is someone whose name should not be unfamiliar to monster kids. He's a film historian. He's an author. He's a documentary producer. And he's one of us. The newest book from David J. Skal is , and it's available . Skal's name ALONE should be enough to convince you to buy the book, but in case you need some convincing he joined Derek…
 
It's about time for another doctor visit, and Monster Kid Radio has you covered! Dr. Gangrene - aka Larry Underwood - joins Derek this week to discuss his upcoming movie Tales from Parts Unknown. It's an anthology film, kind of like the movie they discuss this week - 1973's The Vault of Horror (dir. Roy Ward Baker). We also have Listener Feedback a…
 
Closing out “TerrifiCon at Home” with the voice of Hawkgirl from Justice League, Maria Canals-Barrera! Maria joins me on the 80th anniversary of the character to talk about channeling her own upbringing to bring Hawkgirl to life. PLUS – Maria chats about being directed by Burt Reynolds, Henry Winkler, AND Tom Hanks, appearing on The Big Bang Theory…
 
From working with the Man of Steel to becoming the Man of Steel! Actor George Newbern, the voice of Superman in the DC animated universe, drops by for my “TerrifiCon at Home” series. George talks about working with Christopher Reeve in Switching Channels, popping up in tons of iconic pop culture shows and movies, and returning to the character of S…
 
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