Michael Myers proves that in Haddonfield, Illinois, Halloween is the holiday that just keeps on giving. Courtney and Joey join us for a marathon of the first four films in this horror franchise. This episode is brought to you by Family Issues.
Cavebabble is being invaded by insects! It’s time for Vincent Price in the 1958 science fiction horror classic, The Fly, followed by Paul Rudd donning the superhero suit of the Ant-Man. Join us! This episode is brought to you by Watch Your Step.
Tonight, we give you the 1927 silent treatment with Wings, the first Academy Award winner for Best Picture. Clara Bow, Charles Rodgers and Richard Arlen star in this classic, groundbreaking film about WWI flying aces. Join us! This episode is brought to you by Something To Remember You.
The Red Planet is a harsh place to be stranded, even if you have a monkey companion. Join us for the 1964 classic sci-fi adventure, Robinson Crusoe on Mars. Positively filled with flaming meteors, and farting rocks. This episode is brought to you by That Same Explosion.
Archie Andrews: Christmas Shopping. Father Knows Best: Christmas Program. Two classic old time radio shows, reproduced reader’s theater style, at a fundraiser performance at Missouri River Regional Library. Directed by Mark Wegman, and one odd Cavebabble show. This episode is brought to you by Middle Aged Teenagers.
The Twilight Zone meets The Tramp on the way to Sunnyvale Rest Home! Inspired by the 50th anniversary of the classic Twilight Zone episode, Kick the Can, we travel through a dimension of sight and (sometimes) sound, ultimately ending up in 1914, enjoying the silent comic antics of Charlie Chaplin. Join us! This episode is brought to you by Black and White Talkie Talkie.
Doctor Who is the longest running science fiction television show in history, but we are late to the party. We start our experience far from the beginning, and babble about the 2005 regeneration of the series. If you would like to join us, we will be in the TARDIS. This episode is brought to you by Telephones.
In 1951, Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz joined forces to produce one the most endearing and enduring American television shows in history, I Love Lucy. Tonight, we take a look at this iconic television program, and what made both it and Lucille Ball so popular. Along the way, we also cover tornadoes, read email, and even share a cookie recipe or two. Join us! This episode is brought to you by Eeeww.