Vincent Price stars as the only survivor of a worldwide plague, spending his days trying to protect himself against victims who have risen from the grave. 1964.
Archive for April, 2008
Hello to anyone who may be coming to the show from hearing the promo on episode 750 of the Daily Source Code. More than three years ago, Adam Curry said something on the DSC about how great audio podcasting (especially soundseeing tours) could be for people who are vision-impaired, which inspired me to think about my job in terms of podcasting, and finally here we are sharing what are essentially soundseeing tours of movies. So big thanks to Adam for the support, and welcome “Chuckleheads”. :-)
The pieces start to come together for Sherlock Holmes (Arthur Wontner) to solve at least one murder and save Silver Blaze for the race. But Moriarty will not give up his task, putting Holmes, Watson and the horse at risk.
Sherlock Holmes (Arthur Wontner) returns to the scene of one of his greatest triumphs for some rest and relaxation, but a missing racehorse and two deaths soon have him working again – and on another collision course with Professor Moriarty. (1937)
Dori (Tuesday Weld) puts her banking scheme into action to earn enough for her prom dress, but she plays right into Gloria’s hands, and could lose everything. With music from LaVern Baker, the Johnny Burnette Trio, and Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers.
Hi, guys. In the wacky world of podcasting, people sometimes make short promos that tell folks about their shows and why they should check them out. These promos get downloaded, shared and even played on the shows of other nice podcasters. At least that’s what I’ve heard, since I’ve never produced a promo before…because they’re hard. :-)
But I have finally gotten the elbow grease going and produced a promo for Movies For the Blind. So if you’re interested in spreading the word about the show by sending this to friends, posting it to your favourite social networking places, or even playing it on your podcast if you have one, check it out and feel free to pass it around with my deepest thanks.
Update: And thanks to the Podcast Promo Show for playing the promo today!