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TMBDOS! Radio: Lee Van Teeth Halloween Show 2020.

October 31st, 2020

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Lee Van Teeth has got the grooves for all the ghouls out there on his 2020 Halloween show. This year features some change-ups from previous years, he thinks the fans will like. So sit back with your adult refreshments, kick off your shoes, and let your hairy host drive away those blues. Have a spooky, groovy night!

Playlist:

"I'm the Wolfman" -- Round Robin
"Watch Your Back" -- Dead Elvis & Thee Gravemen
"The Hearse" -- Terry Teen & The Tweaks
"Gris-Gris Gumbo Ya Ya" -- Dr. John
"The Shiver of the Vampires" -- Acanthus
"Fascinating Horror" -- Nico Fidenco
"The Shadow Knows" -- Link Wray
"Night of the Vampire" -- The Fuzztones
"Attack of the Demon" -- Black Widow
"Three Sisters" -- Affinity
"Devil's Circle Music" -- Mike Vickers
"I Am a Witch" -- Twin Temple
"Lady of the Moon" -- Astaroth
"Electrofear" -- Eric Peters
"Death Corps (Alternate Version)" -- Richard Einhorn
"See You in Hell" -- Electric Wizard
"Dark Dawn" -- Whistler's Mother
"Green Eyed Monster" -- 10cc
"Evil Angel" -- Ray Vernon
"Magic and Ecstasy" -- Ennio Morricone
"Funeral Striptease" -- Bruno Nicolai
"The Warning" -- Charles Wain
"Dawn Odyssey" -- David Fanshawe
"Mine Mine Mind" -- Roky Erickson
"Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!" -- The X-Ray Harpoons
"Devil Woman on the 199" -- Cult of the Psychic Fetus
"Midnight Graveyard" -- Mother Sunday
"When You're Dead" -- The Ghost
"Night of the Warlock" -- The Ghost

TMBDOS! Episode 219: “The 39 Steps” (1935).

October 19th, 2020

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Lee and Daniel return to cover one of the films that put Alfred Hitchcock on the map, that being "The 39 Steps" (1935). Some of the conversation revolves around early examples of Hitchcock's visual style and techniques, and tropes. Other things covered: Hitchcock abusing his actors (especially the women); differences between the film and its source material; Hitchcock getting away with sexy situations in the post-code era; and how the hosts could turn this into a Bikini Carwash film (because of course we do). A listener comment is also responded to.

"The 39 Steps" IMDB 

Featured Music: "Secret Agent Man" by The Ventures & "Before they Make Me Run" by The Rolling Stones.

TMBDOS! Intermission #28: “Blood Song” (1982) & “Mortuary” (1983).

October 16th, 2020

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Lee and Paul got back together to record some bonus horror content for October. This time out they review the two slasher films "Blood Song" (1982) & "Mortuary" (1983). This one is off the cuff, mostly unedited, and a bit dog-eared, but the conversation is a fun one. Due to some recording issues the mic levels were not able to be properly balanced, so it's best to use ear buds. Sorry about that.

"Blood Song" IMDB

"Mortuary" IMDB

Featured Music: "Blood Song (Main Theme)" & "Blood Song (End Credits)" by Robert J. Walsh, and "Mortuary (Main Theme)" by John Cacavas

TMBDOS! Episode 218: “Bride of Frankenstein” (1935).

October 5th, 2020

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Lee and Daniel cover some more James Whale this week as they look at "Bride of Frankenstein" (1935). The conversation centers around Whale's very measured changes to tone compared to the first film, and how he still managed to be subversive under the the Hays Code. Other topics: performances; being threatened by a goose; the Monster smoking up and getting drunk; and some background on Homunculi, and just who Doctor Pretorius would need to jerk off in order to make them. Listener comments are also covered.

"Bride of Frankenstein" IMDB 

The Thrilling Adventure Hour's "Beyond Belief" 

Featured Music: "The Bride Of Frankenstein (Main Title)" by Franz Waxman & "Love is Strange" by Ian and Sylvia.

Blood on the Tracks Episode 39: AIP Beach Party Series Part 2.

October 1st, 2020

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This month Lee is back with the second half of his look at the scores and soundtracks of the AIP Beach Party films, this time covering the spin-offs and unofficial sequels in the series.

Selections from Les Baxter's Score for "Beach Blanket Bingo" (1965):

--Bonehead's New Love
--Fly Boy
--Beach Blanket Bingo

"Ski Party" (1965):

--The Gasser & Ski Party --The Hondells
--We'll Never Change Them --Deborah Walley
--Paintin' the Town --Frankie Avalon and Deborah Walley
--I Feel Good --James Brown and The Famous Flames

"Sergeant Deadhead" (1965):

--How Can You Tell --Deborah Walley
--Two-Timing Angel --Donna Loren
--You Should've Seen the One That Got Away --Eve Arden

"Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine" (1965):

--Dr. Goldfoot And The Bikini Machine --The Supremes

"Fireball 500" (1966):

--My Way That Gets Me My Way --Frankie Avalon
--Step Right Up --Annette Funicello

"Thunder Alley" (1967):

--Theme from Thunder Alley --Band Without A Name
--Riot in Thunder Alley --Eddie Beram
--What's a Girl to Do --Annette Funicello
--Calahan's Theme --Loraine Singers
--Theme from Thunder Alley (Instrumental) --The Sidewalk Sounds

Opening and closing music: End Title from "Horror Express" by John Cacavas & In Un Altro Bar from "Revolver" by Ennio Morricone.

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