On today’s podcast Kevin and Jeff Long from The B-Movie Shelf discuss Rise Of The Dinosaurs (aka Jurassic Attack) (2013).
Saturday B Movie Reel #111 – Writer/Director Thunder Levin Talks About AE: Apocalypse Earth And Sharknado
We’ve got a treat for you today as Thunder Levin joins Kevin to discuss his upcoming films AE: Apocalypse Earth and Sharknado. You can listen to the episode now by using the ‘Play’ button below or follow the break for more detailed show notes.
Coming up on the podcast we’ll be covering a film that’s a throwback to the 1950s. It’s part comedy, part scifi and part musical. It’s The Ghastly Love Of Johnny X (2013). Here’s the description… Banished to Earth for intergalactic juvenile delinquency, Johnny X and his gang of Ghastly Ones set off in search of [...]
Coming up on the podcast in the next couple of weeks we’ll be covering a title from our vintage series when we discuss the Roger Corman produced film Black Scorpion (1995). Here’s the description… As a street-pounding undercover cop, Darcy Walker (Joan Severance) must confront slime balls every day… on both sides of the law. [...]
Coming up on May 11, 2013 Syfy will be airing Rise Of The Dinosaurs (aka Jurassic Attack). Here’s the description… While returning from a military expedition a helicopter crash lands a commando unit in a dense, remote tropical jungle – a lost world populated by dinosaurs. Now they must find a way out of this [...]
Coming up soon we’ll be covering a title from our vintage series when we discuss the Roger Corman produced film Galaxy Of Terror (1981). Here’s the description… The film follows a group of astronauts as they travel into space to retrieve the survivors of a spaceship crash. When they arrive on the planet, the crew [...]
Our next podcast will cover one of the vintage titles on our list – The Monolith Monsters (1957). Here’s the description… A meteor crashes in the desert leaving behind huge black chunks. While being analyzed in a science lab, the crystalline stones are accidentally drenched with water, whereupon they begin to grow to gargantuan dimensions. [...]