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Hello and welcome back to everyone's favorite hideaway after Halloween. This week we thought we would help you recover from the haunted Halloween festivities with a few monster flicks to help ease you into the holiday doldrums.

First up, after a few coming attractions, we bring you "The Curse of the Faceless Man", a low budget wonder about a mummified gladiator looking for his long lost love. Following, our second feature is "Half Human", a Japanese production concerning Bigfoot, Americanized with our friend and yours, John Carradine. Finally, we close out the evening with the "Fiend Without A Face", a classic piece about an invisible creature using the brains and spinal cords of its victims to get around.

Just for your information, all three movies were released in 1958, though "Half Human" was actually produced in 1955, John Carradine wasn't added to the USA print until '58. All in all, it was a good year for monster movies, maybe just not these three!

Please click on the marqee above to get on with this week's show or feel free to visit the Snack Bar for some good eats and fun stuff including a peek at some of our past "Shocker Internet Drive-In" features.

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