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Mr. Maniacal , The Halloweens Jack and Jacqueline and The Bone Jangler talk all things eerie and horrible with special guests in the Horror and Horror Hosting field.

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When legendary Cleveland/Detroit Horror Host The Ghoul passed away on April 1st, fans were stunned. Many fans simply didn't believe it, when we broke the news. While we have done many tribute shows for The Ghoul, tonight, listeners... more

The Universal classic movies of the 30's and 40's, created many major stars such as Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff and Lon Chaney. There were also many faces associated with these films that became stars in their own right, to a generation... more

If you grew up in the 60's and 70's, besides growing up on a steady diet of horror, sci-fi and Horror Hosts, you were also treated to the television debut of many of the best giant monster, or "kaiju" films that the genre had to offer. Whether... more

Last weekend we had a rousing conversation and very divergent viewpoints on the new "Shazam!" film. Some we agreed on and some we didn't. We also touched upon the original Captain Marvel comic, Marvel's copyrighting of the... more

With one magic word...Shazam!, the world's mightiest mortal appears. Bursting onto the comics scene in December of 1939, as a creation by artist C.C. Beck and writer William Parker, Captain Marvel captured the imagination of young... more

Last weekend on The Monster Channel and The Eerie Late Night Roku Channel, we aired the latest episode of Slash's Graveyard Tales, in what many felt was his masterpiece. His special guest on that show was long time Monster Channel fan... more

‘While I nodded, nearly napping, suddenly there came a tapping, As of some one gently rapping, rapping at my chamber door.? ~ Edgar Allan Poe (?The Raven?) That rapping you hear in the Eerie Late Night door is from a raven... more

30 years ago, with much bally-hoo and hoopla, the greatly anticipated "Batman" film by Tim Burton was released. It broke box office records and made all the fans of the 1966 TV show, feel all warm and fuzzy inside. It took many of us back... more

65 years ago. Godzilla rose from the ocean to devastate Tokyo. Less than two years later, he land on the shores of America, or at least in our theaters, and the love affair started. There was a brief flirtation in 1998 with a creature that called... more

Twister, G.I. Joe, Barbie, Aurora models, The Rock 'em Sock 'em Robots...if you were a child of the 50's, 60's 70's even the 80's some or all of these toys and games held a special place in your heart. And you didn't get these toys and keep... more

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