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Here at the Monster Men dungeon, we’ve long noticed that you all love Bigfoot as much as we do. In our own Spinal Tap-ish fasion, we present 11 Bigfoot movies tailor made for B movie pleasure…
In honor of the return of Finding Bigfoot to the airwaves, I figured I’d list 11 (that’s right, mine goes to eleven!) Bigfoot movies for all you squatch lovers. I honestly feel that little show on Animal Planet is responsible for the rash of recent and upcoming Bigfoot movies – and in my book, that’s a good thing.
Even better news for all you movie producers, the definitive Bigfoot movie has yet to be made. Find a writer, quality director and Adam Sandler cash and get to work.
So, here’s the list. Thanks to Amazon, I’ve dropped in a quick synopsis for each followed by a 1 line personal review, because I can’t say no to Bigfoot movies, as well as my Squatch Rating of 1 to 5 Squatch Toes. There are dozens of sasquatch movies out there, the bulk being made in the 70’s and within the last few…
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The Monster Men haven’t been to the Eastern State Penitentiary, but Monster Woman in training, Ivy Shea, has, and she may have caught something strange on her camera.
I’ve been saving this post for Halloween, and for good reason. Halloween, or better still, Samhain, is the time when the dead truly walk among us. Who doesn’t love a ghost story? Arguably, the best part of John Carpenter’s classic, The Fog, is the very beginning when John Houseman tells ‘one more story‘ on the beach just before midnight.
Even better are the true tales of hauntings and wayward spirits.
Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia is on just about every paranormal enthusiast’s bucket list, including my own. Ghosts aside, the enormous, crumbling prison is a living piece of history, some of those aspects carrying on through time. It’s been featured on many of the ParaTV shows, and my own daughter, the future Monster Woman, Ivy Shea, has been there twice – on school trips of all things!
The first time she went several years ago, she said…
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If you told us when we were recording our first Monster Men podcast that we would still be rolling along 49 episodes later, we would have probably laughed you out of the Monster Men Studio. Goes to show what we know.
We started this madness talking about vampires, so we figured it’s only right to celebrate our 50th episode waxing poetic about the men who played Dracula throughout the last 90 years. Grab a pint of blood, relax your bat wings and join the celebration. And while you’re at it, tell us who your favorite Dracula was in the movies.
Hey, fans of Bigfoot, Mothman, the Jersey Devil, The Dover Demon, Sea Serpents, Chupacabra and all creatures strange and undiscovered, did you know that there’s an International Cryptozoology Museum? I didn’t, and I have been vacationing right outside its doors for years! Located in Portland, Maine, it’s owned and run by world famous cryptozoologist, Loren Coleman. He’s the man who actually coined the terms for many now famous cryptids such as the Montauk Monsterand The Dover Demon. You’ve seen him on TV and documentaries like Ancient Aliens, MonsterQuest and Weird Travels. The best part is, when you go to the museum, Loren is there to greet you and talk monsters.
As soon as I found out about it, I had to drag my kids to see it for myself. Located on a small side street off the main drag in downtown Portland, we were greeted by…
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OK, after 2 years of living without a website, the Monster Men finally have their own dungeon…I mean home. We’re just a few days away from October, or what Jack and Hunter call #Horrortober. That means prepping for Halloween, watching a horror movie a day, scary reads and saving our sheckles for horror cons.
We’re going to add the Monster Men archives over the next few weeks, which means you’ll be able to watch all 48 episodes right here, in the comfort of our horrid abode.
So, to get you in the proper mood, let’s start things off with a few Halloween themed podcasts. Watch on, if you’ve got the guts.