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a true clut classic comdey of all time. not only it paying tribute to the movie frankenstein. to me it feels like where it might pick up where the old one left off. like his dr frankenstein grandson following in his foot step. but trys to make good on the name and not be remember on what happen back then. the jokes in it where funny. even peter boyle playing the monster was just great. this is a movie u want keep watching every halloween for a good laugh. even gene wilder is great in it. plus even u say a line from the movie people know which movie u are talking about. so much hard work was put in this movie. plus the props they use in the movie where from the classic frankenstein movie. but let pay tribute and honor this cult classic comdey movie.
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This week the Black Geeks review "I, Frankenstein" starring Aaron Eckhart, Bill Nighy, and MIranda Otto. Based on the graphic novel written by "Underworld"'s Kevin Grevioux the film follows Frankenstein's creature as he finds himself caught in an all-out, centuries old war between two immortall clans (iMDB). Tune in today to find out if this gothic fairy tale is worth your $14.50 or if it should have gone straight to Crackle.
Clooney and Damon bring their trademark charm to the wacky battlefields of World War II in this week’s feature review of tonally mismatched caper/serious drama The Monuments Men! Wow, that’s enough cinematic goodness to fill a secret Nazi mine! But wait, there’s more! We’ve also got 300: Rise of an Empire, Lone Survivor, The Great Hip Hop Hoax, 12th and Delaware and a brief chat about Short Term 12! You want more? Ok…I guess there’s….you want I, Frankenstein? You really don’t. But we got that too in this jam packed episode. We’re practically giving it away.
Castle of Frankenstein contributor John Cocchi has died. Join host John Link, and co-hosts Edward X Young, Don Fellman and Amanda Batdorf as they talk about John Cocchi. Board engineer Rusty Pietrzak will be giving a review of this past weekend's Monster Bash in Mars, PA, and his visit to the cemetery used in the original "Night of the Living Dead". Call to listen to the entire 45 minute show! (347) 934-0493.
On this episode we have special guest Co-Host, the lovely and talented Star Gen Padova who will be with us for the duration of the show. Listen and call in with any questions you may have for Gen.
We also will be interviewing Rock Legend Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstien of the Misfits. We will be covering his career along with taking your questions.
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