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By Robert Kelly
Host Robert Kelly discusses Giant Monster Movies with his friends and family, and sometimes a very special guest or two.
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12: Mothra, Shinichi Sekizawa, and the Religious Significance of Giant Monsters
Hamba-hamba. Austin "Pfhorbear" Douglas Ford and I discuss Mothra after my thoughts, and then we play the game Fairy Tale or Fakey Tale.  Essay "Shinichi Sekizawa, and the Religious Significance of Giant Monsters" by Robert L Kelly Find Us Online! Find Pfhorbear Online: - Twitch - YouTube - TikTok - Twitter
April 16, 2021
11.5: RAM Quick Look- The Colossus of New York
EXTRA! EXTRA! Robot Frankenstein with Brain of Genius Runs Amok in New York City! Find us online:
April 9, 2021
11: Gorgo and Children in Giant Monster Movies
Gorgo gorgo bordogo banana fana fo forgo me my mo morgo, Gorgo! Courtney and I discuss Gorgo and some other Baby Monsters. Then we play the game Father of the Bride of Frankenstein.  Essay "Children in Giant Monster Movies" by Robert L Kelly Find Us Online: -
April 2, 2021
A Word Against Anti-Asian Violence in America
I had intended to take a break this week, but I couldn't remain silent on the anti-Asian violence that is currently plaguing the United States. Find us online here:
March 26, 2021
10: Reptilicus, Sidney W Pink, and Ib Melchior
Great googly moogly, it's Reptilicus! Guest Chris from Gargantucast and I talk about the movie, and then I subject him to our game show.  Essay "Sid Pink and Ib Melchior's Gimmicks" by Robert L. Kelly Song "Tillicus" performed by Dirch Passer Reptilicus Flying Scene Here Find Us Online: - Find Chris and Gargantucast Online: -
March 19, 2021
09.5: Monster Mailbag #4
We discuss Jurassic Park, Robot Monster, and Tyler Perry's BOO! A Madea Halloween as we answer listener correspondence. Find us online:
March 12, 2021
09: Konga, Mad Scientists, and the Return of Giant Monkeys
Gorillas, chimps, monkeys. It's all the same. Whoa! We play the game Batman or not, man? after our discussion with returning guest Nathanael Ross Smith.  Essay "Mad Scientists and Giant Monkeys" by Robert L Kelly Find Us Online: _ Find Nathanel Ross Smith Online: - -
March 5, 2021
08.5: RAM Quick Look- DINOSAURUS!
This movie's title has an exclamation point, so you HAVE to yell it.
February 26, 2021
08: The Giant Behemoth, Eugene Lourie, and Dinosaurs as Monsters
The Paleosaurus walks into a bar and orders a beer. The bartender says, "Want a long neck?" and the Paleosaurus answers, "Do I have a choice?" Our longest episode to date features a quick biography of Director Eugene Lourie before Derek M. Koch of Monster Kid Radio joins us for a discussion and the Dinosaur Edition of our game What's in a Name?  Essay "Eugene Lourie and Dinosaurs as Monsters" by Robert L. Kelly Find Us Online: Find Derek M. Koch and Monster Kid Radio Online - - -
February 19, 2021
07.5: Extended Preview of KONG-ZILLA-THON
I'm participating in the Kong-Zilla-thon Round Table over at Podcasters Assemble! Here are my first two entries in full. Hear them in context of the show and the opinions of the other podcasters over on the We Can Make this Work (Probably) Podcast Network! Find Us online: - Find the We Can Make this Work (Probably) Podcast Network: - Find Podcasters Assemble: -
February 12, 2021
07: Varan the Unbelievable and Tomoyuki Tanaka
Varan? I don't believe it.  Varan wasn't all that Unbelievable, but it's pretty un something all right. We play the game Varan the Unavailable with author John LeMay Essay "Tomoyuki Tanaka Thinks on his Feet" by Robert L. Kelly Find Us Online: - Find John LeMay Online: - - -The new book:
February 5, 2021
06.5: Monster Mailbag #3
We answer ACTUAL listener questions! Or do we? We do.
January 29, 2021
O6: The Giant Claw, Dumb Science, and the Suspension of Disbelief
I have ornithophobia, but I'm still pretty sure I could kick this bird's butt. Returning guest Ray Hanly and I discuss The Giant Claw after my essay.  Then we play the game El Santo contra el Caca de un Toro.  Essay "Dumb Science and the Suspension of Disbelief" by Robert L Kelly Find Us Online: - Find Ray and Bonsai Nation Online: - - - The One Piece of Land Album on Spotify: -
January 22, 2021
05.5: RAM Quick Look- Half Human
The lost film- FOUND? Will Laughlin's Review: Lyz Kingsley's Review: Where to Look, if You're so Inclined: Find Us Online:   -    -    -    -    -
January 15, 2021
05: Rodan, Ishiro Honda, and the Inevitable Tragedy of Giant Monsters
A Rodan in the hand is worth two in Mt. Aso. Part 1 of our Ishiro Honda biography, and a quick look at the themes of Rodan, before our discussion with special guest Aubrey. Then we play the game Tyrannosaurus SEX.  Essay "Ishiro Honda and The Inevitable Tragedy of Giant Monsters" by Robert L. Kelly Find Us Online:
January 8, 2021
04.5 Monster Mailbag Number 2
We answer emails from our biggest fans. Find Us Online: -  -  -  -  -
January 1, 2021
04: Godzilla Raids Again, The Volcano Monsters Disaster, and Monster Fights!
Anguirus debuts at # 1! And then catches fire.  After some history regarding today's film, Courtney and I discuss the movie. Then we play the Anguirus edition of the game, What's in a Name?  Essay The Volcano Monsters Disaster by Robert L. Kelly Find Us Online: -
December 25, 2020
03.5 RAM Quick Look- Cozzilla
That's one way to import a movie, I guess. Sources for this episode include: -The Big Book of Japanese Monster Movies: Showa Completion by John LeMay -The Bog Book of Japanes Monster Movies: The Lost Films by John Lemay -Cozzilla Restored available here Find Us Online: - - - - -
December 18, 2020
03: Gojira vs Godzilla, King of the Monsters (1956)
Oh no! There goes Tokyo! And a one eyed scientist. And a little girl with radiation poisoning. My thoughts on the necessity of changes made to Ishiro Honda's Gojira when it was brought to the US in 1956. Then, my guests Q and Parker play the game "The Geography that I Stands to You Superior!" and discuss the movie. Sort of.  Essay The Loving Tenderness of Localization by Robert L. Kelly Sources for this episode are: -Ishiro Honda: A Life in Film, from Godzilla to Kurosawa by Steve Ryfle , Ed Godziszewski -David Kalat's audio commentaries on Criterion's release of Godzilla (1954) and Godzilla King of the Monsters! (1956) -A Critical History and Filmography of Toho's Godzilla Series, 2d Ed. by David Kalat Find Us Online: - Find Burn After Pitching: -
December 11, 2020
02.5: Monster Mailbag Number One
Robert and Courtney answer some listener questions and hawk some merch. Robert didn't check his mic levels after getting Courtney's right so he's a little quiet. Sorry.  Find Us Online:  -  -  -  -  -
December 4, 2020
02: The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms, Famous Rays, and Atomic Attitudes
Did you know that at least two people named "Ray" were involved in this movie's creation? You will. After my thoughts, we discuss The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms with special guest and friend of the show Ray Hanly of the band Bonsai Nation, and play the game Famous Ray's Original Quotes Essay Famous Rays and Atomic Energy by Robert L. Kelly Find Us Online:  - Find Bonsai Nation Online: - - - Find Too Young for this Trek online: - - -
November 27, 2020
01.5: RAM Quick Look- The Lost World (1925)
Just a Quick Look at The Lost World.
November 20, 2020
01: King Kong and the Birth of Giant Monster Movies
What came first, King Kong,  or the egg? It was the egg. This made no sense. After my thoughts on the film, we talk with Special Guests Nathanael Ross Smith and Molly Hardwick Smith, and play the game, "Aping the Apes" Essay, King Kong, Willis O'Brien, and the Birth of Giant Monster Movies by Robert L. Kelly Information collected primarily from the documentary RKO Production 601: The Making of  Kong, the Eighth Wonder of the World. Find us online: - - - - Find Nathanael and Molly online: - - - - Find Monster Kid Radio Online: - - - -
November 13, 2020
Preview for the upcoming podcast RECORD ALL MONSTERS, where host Robert Kelly goes through the history of Giant Monster Movies film by film, discusses them with guests, and plays a silly game
October 2, 2020