Rayguns, Monsters, Old-Fashioned Futures, from Georges Méliès to Guillermo del Toro, from Brigitte Helm to Milla Jovovich, from Paul Wegener's Golem to Robert Downey Jr's Tony Stark. A podcast about our love of speculative fiction cinema, casting a sometimes critical eye over the genre.
For this Easter 2016 MDIP I look at a couple of B horror movies from the early 1960s which treat women badly. First we have 1962's The Brain That Wouldn't Die starring Jason (Herb) Evers and Virginia Leith, then we back back to 1960 for The Hypnotic Eye starring Jacques Bergerac and Allison Hayes, with a cameo by James (Inside The Actors Studio) Lipton's father Lawrence.
This time around Luke from Digital Psychosis, Gabi and I talk upcoming media, what we've been watching, reality TV, cooking and all sorts of stuff in a general chat about genre We do drift away from it for a while but it all ends up okay.