Episode 19 - The Walking Dead (1936)

Martin and Melinda watch The Walking Dead (1936) a rare non-Universal horror movie starring Boris Karloff as not-Rick Grimes.  Do you love walking, performed by individuals who may or may not be dead?  Then do we have the movie for you!  Let us know what you think.  Email: frightfullyuninformed@gmail.com, Twitter: @frightpod, FB: facebook.com/frightfulyuninformed.   Music by The Reigning Monarchs

Who had the best Fantasy Cast?
 Nosferatu?

Nosferatu?

 Nosferatu!

Nosferatu!

 Just the worst

Just the worst

Bonus Episode - Kyle Clark

Martin sits down with Kyle Clark from the podcast This Is Rad to ask what he loves about horror movies.  Listen in and find out why Kyle Clark is such a stellar human. Find Kyle on twitter at @kyleclarkisrad and listen to his comedy album I'm a Person or on @ThisIsRadPod and the @JackieandLaurie show. Email: frightfullyuninformed@gmail.com, Twitter: @frightpod, FB: facebook.com/frightfulyuninformed.  Music by The Reigning Monarchs

Episode 18 - Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

Martin and Melinda are joined by Nick to watch Bride of Frankenstein (1935), our first sequel.  James Whale returns for the third movie in our canon and makes some very interesting choices.  Will this movie be love at first sight, or more like the kind of date where you pray for food poisoning?  Let us know what you think.  Email: frightfullyuninformed@gmail.com, Twitter: @frightpod, FB: facebook.com/frightfulyuninformed. Visit Nick's website at http://www.damagespec.com/ Music by The Reigning Monarchs

Who had the best Fantasy Cast
 The bride and her famous look

The bride and her famous look

 Dr. Pretorius and his famous eyebrows

Dr. Pretorius and his famous eyebrows

 Actor Chris Fairbank, for no good reason

Actor Chris Fairbank, for no good reason

Episode 17 - The Black Cat (1934)

Martin and Melinda watch The Black Cat (1934) a very little known movie starring the two biggest stars in horror at the time: Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi.  Is this a hidden jewel that bestows riches on whoever finds it, or will this movie bring heartbreak and loss to those whose path it crosses?  Let us know what you think.  Email: frightfullyuninformed@gmail.com, Twitter: @frightpod, FB: facebook.com/frightfulyuninformed.  Music by The Reigning Monarchs

Who had the best fantasy cast?
 Pictured above: acting.....

Pictured above: acting.....

 Those.... Eyebrows....

Those.... Eyebrows....

 Not Martin Short

Not Martin Short

Episode 16 - King Kong (1933)

Martin and Melinda watch King Kong (1933), a monster hit (get it?) from Not Univeral Pictures.  This movie is so popular, the image of a giant ape on the Empire State Building in imprinted in people's brains at birth.  But is this film an unstoppable juggernaut or have we made a giant ape out of a molehill?  Let us know what you think.  Email: frightfullyuninformed@gmail.com, Twitter: @frightpod, FB: facebook.com/frightfulyuninformed.  Music by The Reigning Monarchs

A Monster With Two Faces

king-kong-face[1].jpg

Episode 15 - The Blair Witch Project (1999)

Martin and Melinda watch The Blair Witch Project (1999). This movie kicked off a found footage craze that still continues to this day to no one's delight.  Still celebrated for it's many success and failures, including spawning a sequel that bankrupted Artisan Pictures, does this movie deserve all it's reverence, or is this another false prophet?  Let us know what you think.  Email: frightfullyuninformed@gmail.com, Twitter: @frightpod, FB: facebook.com/frightfulyuninformed.  Music by The Reigning Monarchs

Bonus Episode - The Tension Experience

Martin and Melinda are joined by Lenny for this special bonus episode.  Martin and Lenny went through a live theater/haunted house type event, The Tension Experience, a horror themed interactive experience.  This is the brainchild of Darren Bousman, a change in course from his previous work of directing Saw movies.  Will we be filled with the tension of a Hitchcock film, or more of the holding-in-a-fart variety?  Email: frightfullyuninformed@gmail.com, Twitter: @frightpod, FB: facebook.com/frightfulyuninformed.  Music by The Reigning Monarchs

Episode 14 - The Invisible Man (1933)

Martin and Melinda are joined again by Lenny to watch The Invisible Man (1933), featuring a star who nearly spends the entire movie covered in bandages and more of director James Whale's signature expressionism.  Released by Universal Pictures in the middle of their hot streak, does this movie uphold the Universal standard or crumble under its own weight?  Let us know what you think.  Email: frightfullyuninformed@gmail.com, Twitter: @frightpod, FB: facebook.com/frightfulyuninformed.  Music by The Reigning Monarchs

Episode 13 - White Zombie (1932)

After a short break, Martin and Melinda return with White Zombie (1932).  This is a rare independent movie in time ruled by the big studios.  Starring Bela Lugosi's facial hair and featuring plenty of casual racism, this movie is regarded as a hidden gem by some.  But are we talking a Hope Diamond level jewel, or more of a polished turd?  Let us know what you think.  Email: frightfullyuninformed@gmail.com, Twitter: @frightpod, FB: facebook.com/frightfulyuninformed.  Music by The Reigning Monarchs

Episode 12 - The Purge (2013)

Martin and Melinda are joined by Victoria to watch The Purge (2013).  This film made a big splash the year it came out, but was it because this movie was fun to watch or more fun to talk about?  Will the New Founding Fathers declare this a New Cinema Classic, or does this deserve to get tossed in a bonfire during a violent uprising?  Let us know what you think.  Email: frightfullyuninformed@gmail.com, twitter: @frightpod, fb: facebook.com/frightfullyuninformed.  Music by The Reigning Monarchs. 

Episode 11 - Murders In The Rue Morgue (1932)

Martin and Melinda watch Murders In The Rue Morgue (1932).  This Universal horror movie stars Bela Lugosi and is more often forgotten then remembered.  Is this a movie worthy being engraved on a golden disk, or should it be loaded into a rocket and shot into the sun?  Listen in, then let us know what you think.  Email: frightfullyuninformed@gmail.com, twitter: @frightpod, FB: facebook.com/frightfullyuninformed.  Music by The Reigning Monarchs.

Episode 10 - Manhunter (1986)

Martin and Melinda watch Manhunter (1986), the first on screen appearance of Hannibal Lecter (Lecktor?).  Brian Cox plays the mad cannibal in an early Michael Mann movie full of equal parts style and synth music.  Does this movie earn its cult status or should it just drink the Kool-Aid and have a lay-down?  Listen in, then let us know what you think.  Email: frightfullyuninformed@gmail.com, twitter: @frightpod, fb: facebook.com/frightfullyuninformed.  Music by The Reigning Monarchs.

Episode 9 - The Mummy (1932)

Martin and Melinda watch The Mummy (1932), our second Karloff feature.  Filmed right on the heels of the very successful Frankenstein movie and based on nothing, The Mummy is a foray into exotic settings and superstitions.  But will this movie reign supreme like the pharoahs of old or fall under the mummy's curse?  Music by The Reigning Monarchs.  Contact us by email: frightfullyuninformed@gmail.com or by twitter: @frightpod.  Make your voice heard!

Bonus Episode - Mini Marvel Marathon including Captian America: Civil War

*SPOILERS*SPOILERS*SPOILERS* Martin and Melinda watch Captain America: Civil War and leading up to that, watch Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Avengers: Age of Ultron (Marvel sure loves putting colons in their titles, don't they?)  How much ass will get kicked?  Will Hawkeye ever be cool?  Do we really love the new movie or just kinda love it?  Tune in to find out!  Music by The Reigning Monarchs.  Contact us by email: frightfullyuninformed@gmail.com or by twitter: @frightpod.  

Episode 8 - Dracula (1931)

Martin and Melinda watch Dracula (1931).  Starring the incomperable Bela Lugosi in his star making performance, this movie defined the vampire genre for decades to come.  But is that a good thing?  Will this bat themed movie soar to new heights or slam face first into a pane of glass.  Music by The Reigning Monarchs.  Contact us by email: frightfullyuninformed@gmail.com or by twitter: @frightpod.  Ask us a question, give us feedback, or just say hello.  YOU HAVE THE POWER!

Episode 7 - Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931)

Martin and Melinda watch Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931), an iconic movie that explores the dual nature of man, the technical capabilities of makeup, and the not-so-subtle racism of the early 30s. Will this split personality feature make us rave or rage? Will double the lead characters be double the fun, or will we get double-crossed by the movie? Music by The Reigning Monarchs. Contact us by email: frightfullyuninformed@gmail.com or by twitter: @frightpod. Ask us a question, give us feedback, make a suggestion for the movie for episode 10, or just say hello. These are just examples, you can do whatever you want. We believe in you.

Episode 6 - Frankenstein (1931)

Martin and Melinda watch Frankenstein (1931), our first real Universal Monster movie.  Featuring a star making performance from Boris Karloff and enough iconic imagery to fill pop culture for a century, this movie has to at least be better than the 1910 Frankenstein short, right?  RIGHT?!!  Will this movie leave us suprised? Stunned? Shocked? Stumped?  Music by The Reigning Monarchs. Contact us by email: frighfullyuninformed@gmail.com or by twitter: @frightpod to help us choose our movie for episode 10 or for any reason.

Episode 5 - The Phantom of The Opera (1925)

Martin and Melinda watch The Phantom of The Opera (1925), the first and last Lon Cheney movie for our podcast.  A weird mix of horror and melodrama set in the Paris opera house, will this movie hit the high note or take a pratfall into the orchestra pit? Music by The Reigning Monarchs.  Contact: frightfullyuninformed@gmail.com  or @frightpod.  For all things Star Wars, check out http://resistanceradio.net/

Episode 4 - Nosferatu (1922)

Martin and Melinda watch Nosferatu (1922), yet another claim to the title of "first horror movie".  This is the first vampire film ever made.  Is that title a blessing or a curse?  Will Nosferatu's bite leave us swooning or will this flick be a lifeless corpse?  Music by The Reigning Monarchs.  Contact us by email: frightfullyuninformed@gmail.com or by twitter: @frightpod