Episode 56 is all about the films by England’s Hammer studios and we honestly try to mention all of them including the one’s we haven’t seen! Our exhaustive retrospective talks about all the sexy vampires, frankenstein monsters, mummies, zombies that the studio that dripped blood could produce! Some of the sidetrack subjects we touch upon […]
Oh man, in me lurks a mask hoarder that I keep locked up deep down. This image ain’t helping.
OK, even though this is 1977 there are a few of these I would wear now especially Frankenstein and that weirdly smug Captain America.
We weren’t gonna not do an October show, so we saved until the 31st because HALLOWEEN! Episode 48 is a celebration of our favourite monster and we discuss his highs (which involve Karloff and Lee) and his lows (which involve Deniro and Jackman) along the way we kibitz about different incarnations, TV versions and as […]
Very happy to showcase my latest video collaboration with Jason Lenzi, this month we tackle one of my passions, Monster action figures in the most appropriate month to do so. The Tomland Famous Monsters of Legend are one of the rarest sets of monster toys in the world and in this volume we try to […]
I never ran into a Frankenstein, I didn’t like and this past summer at Mego Meet I found one that I didn’t have. I AND I love him! he’s got a magical “Dracula Vs Frankenstein” quality about it. There’s something so special about a generic Frankenstein. Friend Good! I think it’s funny that he’s specifically […]
A special Saturday episode of PodStallions to celebrate Halloween. We actually lost our Halloween episode due to a computer glitch, so like champions we recorded a new one yesterday. Episode 36 is dedicated to the lighter side of horror as we tick down a long list of horror comedies and give our thoughts, everything from […]
It wouldn’t be Halloween without me waxing poetic about my favourite monster toy line of all time, the Lincoln Monsters. This year I came across one of my absolute grails, in the form of finding the 1976 Galoob toys catalog. Although Galoob was later known for licensed items and things such as Micro Machines, 1976 […]
One of my favourite monster toys of all time is the Remco Monsterizer, even though it doesn’t a have ton of play value, it’s just such a nice and thoughtful prop. I was happy to discover that mine actually worked the other day and it inspired me to make this little video short all about […]
Every year I post about the Rapco Monsters along with the phrase “Why don’t I own these?” This year is no different. From a previous Halloween the 1975 Rapco Catalog
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