A devastating beam of energy disrupts and begins destroying the atmosphere of Earth. Flash Gordon (Larry “Buster” Crabbe), the genius Dr. Zarkov (Frank Shannon), and the beautiful Dale Arden (Jean Rogers) launch a rocket ship believing that once again Earth Read More!
CHAPTER XIX BATTLING IN THE ARENA Slowly I regained my composure and finally essayed again to attempt to remove the keys from the dead body of my former jailer. But as I reached out into the darkness to locate it Read More!
In old England, doctors would be brought human bodies for experimentation by grave robbers. Body snatchers brought fear to the dead and the living all across England. At that time only four bodies per year could be supplied to Read More!
Faust, or what we like to call “How the hell did they do that shot?!” is a spectacular 1926 film. Directed by legendary F.W. Murnau and stars Gosta Ekman as Faust. Emil Jannings as the villainous Mephisto. Camilla Horn as the Read More!
CHAPTER XVIII CHAINED IN WARHOON It must have been several hours before I regained consciousness and I well remember the feeling of surprise which swept over me as I realized that I was not dead. I was lying among a Read More!
First off, this is a very rare recording of Inner Sanctum. To our knowledge, this is the best recording ever found and if you happen to find a better one please send it to us! A pianist is being Read More!
Don’t say it. Don’t think it. Don’t say it! Don’t think it! That will be running through your head by bedtime tonight and you probably won’t get much sleep. The Bye Bye Man is one of your better horror movies Read More!
CHAPTER XVII A COSTLY RECAPTURE As the speaker ceased he turned to leave the apartment by the door where I was standing, but I needed to wait no longer; I had heard enough to fill my soul with dread, and Read More!
Flash Gordon – “Pit of Fire” September 21, 193
Low budget horror night here at Cryptic Escape. The 8th Plague is a 2006 horror film directed by Franklin Guerrero Jr. It stars Charles Edwin Powell, DJ Perry, and Leslie Ann Valenza. We occasionally show case these low budget indie films to Read More!
CHAPTER XVI WE PLAN ESCAPE The remainder of our journey to Thark was uneventful. We were twenty days upon the road, crossing two sea bottoms and passing through or around a number of ruined cities, mostly smaller than Korad. Twice Read More!
What if there was a secret Martian embassy in downtown New York! X Minus One – “The Embassy” July 28th, 1955
CHAPTER XV SOLA TELLS ME HER STORY When consciousness returned, and, as I soon learned, I was down but a moment, I sprang quickly to my feet searching for my sword, and there I found it, buried to the hilt Read More!
This broadcast is considered the first show of the series. Superman helps the U.S. Navy battle, “The Shark.” The Adventures of Superman – “The Baby from Krypton” – February 12, 1940.
A philosophy student from NYU, Kathleen Conklin (Lili Taylor) is suddenly attacked by a woman, “Casanova” (Annabella Sciorra), in a dark alley. Cassanova tells Kathleen to “Order me to go away” however Kathleen is so filled with fear she can’t Read More!
CHAPTER XIV A DUEL TO THE DEATH My first impulse was to tell her of my love, and then I thought of the helplessness of her position wherein I alone could lighten the burdens of her captivity, and protect her Read More!
CHAPTER XIII LOVE-MAKING ON MARS Following the battle with the air ships, the community remained within the city for several days, abandoning the homeward march until they could feel reasonably assured that the ships would not return; for to be Read More!
The Shadow is a collection of serialized dramas, originally in 1930s pulp novels, and then in a wide variety of media. One of the most famous adventure heroes of the 20th century United States, The Shadow has been featured on the radio, Read More!
When you think of Stephen King films one that will probably come to your mind first is Children of the Corn. It’s freaking scary, believable characters, and lots of damn spooky children. Even the bad guy has a super cool Read More!
CHAPTER XII A PRISONER WITH POWER As I entered and saluted, Lorquas Ptomel signaled me to advance, and, fixing his great, hideous eyes upon me, addressed me thus: “You have been with us a few days, yet during that time Read More!
One of the premier drama programs of the Golden Age of Radio, was subtitled “radio’s outstanding theater of thrills” and focused on suspense thriller-type scripts, usually featuring leading Hollywood actors of the era. Approximately 945 episodes were broadcast during its Read More!
One thing the Brits are really good at are cranking how high-concept horror movies. “And Now the Screaming Starts” is a less than perfect example of this. Starring the legendary Peter Cushing and Patrick Magee we’re introduced to how boring 1795 Read More!
CHAPTER XI WITH DEJAH THORIS As we reached the open the two female guards who had been detailed to watch over Dejah Thoris hurried up and made as though to assume custody of her once more. The poor child shrank Read More!
Flash Gordon is the hero of a space opera adventure comic strip created by and originally drawn by Alex Raymond.First published January 7, 1934, the strip was inspired by and created to compete with the already established Buck Rogers adventure strip. Starting April 22, Read More!
Tonight we bring you an old favorite. The Brain That Wouldn’t Die! It was directed by Joseph Green and written by Rex Carlton and Joseph Green. The movie was actually filmed and canned in 1959 with the title “The Black Read More!
CHAPTER X CHAMPION AND CHIEF Early the next morning I was astir. Considerable freedom was allowed me, as Sola had informed me that so long as I did not attempt to leave the city I was free to go and Read More!
Initially a revival of NBC’s Dimension X (1950–51), the first 15 episodes of X Minus One were new versions of Dimension X episodes, but the remainder were adaptations by NBC staff writers, including Ernest Kinoy and George Lefferts, of newly published science fiction stories by leading writers in the field, Read More!
Barney Chavez (Raymond Burr) is a plantation manager in the South American jungles. He murders his employer to get his wife, Dina Van Gelder (Barbara Payton). However; an old witch-doctor Al-Long (Gisela Werbisek) bears witness to the murder and places Read More!
CHAPTER IX I LEARN THE LANGUAGE As I came back to myself I glanced at Sola, who had witnessed this encounter and I was surprised to note a strange expression upon her usually expressionless countenance. What her thoughts were I Read More!
Inner Sanctum Mystery, also known as Inner Sanctum, a popular old-time radio program that aired from January 7, 1941, to October 5, 1952, was created by producer Himan Brown and was based on the imprint given to the mystery novels of Simon & Schuster. Read More!