This week the much anticipated Man of Steel opens, ushering in a brave new era for Superman on the silver screen. But the Man of Steel is a man of many media, and after being around for 75 years, not all of them still exist. Case in point, old time radio.
Did you know that Superman starred in his own radio series for over eleven years? Come with me after the jump and learn about the radio “Adventures of Superman!”
When folks think classic horror, sometimes they think of the silent days, sometimes of the Universal boom of the 1930s, some folks even think of the slasher flicks of the 1980s. There are exceptions along the way however, one or two classics from the old days that rise above the rest. The British horror from 1957, Curse of the Demon, is one of those. More after the jump.
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Everyone likes the sound of a familiar voice. Nowhere else is that more true than in the world of radio.
But what happens when the familiar voice that gets you to work, drives you home or helps you party it up suddenly disappears from your life, replaced by the sound of another that’s just not as friendly or funny?
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