We’re finally in November, and it’s still the Monster Fest! Matter a fact we’re on the Final Week, and J-Man is going all out. He will discuss a real life horror story, Jams week, and things that are coming for the J360 Legion this week.
This week J-Man returns in a bonus show giving this series a much needed Monster Fest Double Special. He will discuss some anthology films, and read some nightmare tales to you all while explaining what the next plans for the Monster Fest are indeed.
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The Monster Fest Rides Again this time haunting about on J360 Jams and in honor of this grand festival. J-Man’s hosting over 40 tracks and each one has a bit of that haunting flavor to keep the spooky season alive and well. You’ll also hear some new musicians making their jams debut in addition to the veterans who are still making names for themselves.
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This week J-Man discusses Venom: Let there be Carnage, along with delivering some horrific nightmare tales, he will also discuss the dangers of mob mentality and how to actually do what you can to avoid being suckered into social settings that don’t serve you.
The Monsters fest continues this week J-Man discusses some more movies from Valentine and Urban Legends. This week is featuring a long amount of content and J-Man delivers it to you with something interesting from the J360 Hangouts.
The Monster Fest continues to ravage through the entire landscape of J360 Productions and it has acquired another Jams episode in its grasps. Join in with J-Man and the Jam Fam as they cruise through 48 different tracks, discuss multiple monsters in folklore and jam the night away riding the Hallow eve vibes with supernatural grooves.
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The collection of universal monsters in one movie? Sounds epic right?
Well it is and it isn’t, it plays as a special swan song for the Universal line by combining each franchise. However the only one with a viable story arc is The Wolf Man, Dracula is dispatched earlier and we eventually see the dramatic conclusion with Frankenstein’s Monster coming back to life.
Connecting us to each Monster is Boris Karloff himself playing the central mad doctor whom along with a hunchback side kick are off to use Frankenstein’s notes to gain revenge. It’s fascinating to see Karloff interact with each monster as he’s playing Dr. Frankenstein without the name.
I’d go further but I rather you see this movie, it’s a delight but only if you’re a fan of these classics.
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