Reports are now coming in of a strange crash landing of a metallic spacecraft deep inside the Arctic ice. Hungry for blood, its otherworldly pilot stalks the barren tundra, seemingly unstoppable. Then, a lone beacon penetrates the harsh weather. Better than the Emergency Broadcast System, it’s our commentary for the 1951 sci-fi spine-chiller, The Thing From Another World. This attention signal is followed by official information, including film background, wine-fueled tangents, sexual innuendos galore, and the horror-driven wit that is Matt and Jason. Our test concludes with chatter on recent DVD viewings and what’s coming up next. Watch the skies, Terror Fiends!
Spruce Goose | Dimitri Tiomkin | Alan Dean Foster’s Thing | Phil Harris’s Thing | John W. Campbell’s Thing | Clean Your Gate! | You’re Outta Mukluk, Pal | Livin’ In A Honky Paradise | What The Hecht? | Uhura: Blacker Than You | Giger vs. Geiger | The Addams Family vs. The Munsters | Same Time, Next Year | Keep Watching The Skies | Just Put Your Lips Together and… Blofeld | I-THEIST