Sunday, June 26, 2016
Saturday, June 25, 2016
FOR YOUR HEIGHT ONLY (original title: For Y'ur Height Only)
Liliw Pictures International
Produced by Peter M. Caballes
Directed by Eddie Nicart
Michael J. Weldon writes in The Psychotronic Video Guide:
"One of the ultimate spy spoofs stars 2'9" dwarf Weng Weng as Agent 00. He uses James Bond type gadgets and martial arts to battle the bad guys, and he gets the girl. In real life (according to Guinness, "the shortest actor to play a leading role in films") he was a paratrooper and black belt. He also stared in Agent 00 (1981). The bad English dubbing adds unintentional humor."
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Madeline Bell takes the time to stop the clock!
Tonight at 7pm Easter, 4 Pacific tune in here!
Featuring Della Reese, Steampacket, Linda Jones, Mary Wells, January Tyme and many more
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Sunday, June 19, 2016
Posted by Nitty Gritty Tania at 11:55 PM
Tonight the Whig Out! hosts the 2nd hour of your Sunday Night dance party with fuzz, surf, r&b and of course, GARAGE! We're on right after The Real Nitty Gritty at 8pm!
Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 1:43 PM
Worried that there would be no Summer Soul-stice program with Gaylord Fields this year? Ichiban to the rescue!! Soul is our music at 11 AM on DJ Roulette.
Saturday, June 18, 2016
Psychotronic Movie of the Week: The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living And Became Mixed-Up Zombies (1964)
THE INCREDIBLY STRANGE CREATURES WHO STOPPED LIVING AND BECAME MIXED UP ZOMBIES
Produced and Directed by Ray Dennis Steckler
Michael J. Weldon wrote, in The Psychotronic Encyclopedia of Film:
"The first monster musical!" claimed the ads. At a Long Beach amusement park, Madame Estrella, the gypsy fortuneteller, hypnotizes patrons, throws acid in their faces, and collects the now ugly monsters in her basement. Ortega the hunchback and Carmelita the stripper help. Hero Cash Flagg (the director) visits the gypsy and is turned into a zombie in a hooded sweatshirt! The monsters break loose during an incredible dance number and kill everyone in sight until the police arrive. Hear "The Mixed Up Zombie Stomp"! See the "1001 weirdest scenes ever!" "Not for sissies!" When the film was reissued, actors wearing the same horror masks used in the movie "crashed out of the screen to invade the audience and abduct girls from their seats!" At least that's how the ads described it. Filmed in Bloody Vision. Look for this unbelievably well-photographed oddity with Carolyn Brandt (the director's wife), Atlas King, and a hypnotic umbrella! Vilmos Zigmond was the cinematographer.
Friday, June 17, 2016
Thursday, June 16, 2016
Posted by Dangerous Curves at 2:48 PM
Wednesday, June 15, 2016
TRIP OUT FREAK OUT & LOVE some brand new & upcoming releases from:
THEE BLIND CROWS
King Salami and the Cumberland 3
Viv and the sect
The Cavemen (NZ)
THE ABOVE & others
PLUS FAVES BY:
The Chocolate Watchband
Jake Starr and The Delicious Fullness
The Outta Sites
King Khan And The Shrines
The Mystery Lights
The PURPLE HEARTS
TOMO & The Routes
& LOTS MORE!
View Playlist & Listen
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Sunday, June 12, 2016
Produced by Wolfgang Hartwig
Directed by Victor Trivas
Michael J Weldon writes in The Psychotronic Encyclopedia of Film:
"Amazing but true - the same year that The Brain That Wouldn't Die was produced, some Germans were making this similar decapitation epic. Michel Simon (a famous French actor who had seen better days) has invented serum Z. He uses it to keep a dog's head alive. His new co-worker, Dr. Ood (Horst Frank), cuts off Simon's chubby head and keeps it alive with the serum. Not wanting to be upstaged by the American counterpart, the director also has Ood put the pretty head of a crippled nurse on the perfect body of a stripper. The nurse/stripper falls in love with the stripper's boyfriend, who recognizes the nurse, but not the body! Incredible, to say the least, and the special effects are pathetic."