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In the Dungeon broadcasts on SCCtv, Comcast Ch 28 and Wave Broadband Ch 19, immediately after Professor Fred's Movie Marvels , which shows twice on Friday nights, at 9:00pm and again at Midnight. Movie Marvels reruns again at 3:00pm on Saturday.

HERE'S WHAT'S SHOWING ON "IN THE DUNGEON!"

 

Friday, April 26 and Saturday, April 27

This week's guest... Bruce Bickford #2

This is the Monster Road interview! Shot on-scene at Bruce's works space and on Monster Road.

Movie Marvels appears on Comcast - Channel 28, Century Link Channels 8005/HD 8505 and Wave - Channel 19 on Fridays at 9PM, Saturdays at 12 AM and Saturdays at 3 PM.

Friday, May 3 and Saturday, May 4

This week's guest… Christopher Murphy!
Christopher Murphy is one of the two child actors who starred in "Attack of the Monsters," a favorite of Igor's. Christopher was living in Japan as a kid and, through an interesting series of events, ended up one of the child stars in the movie.

Friday, May 10 and Saturday, May 11

This week's guest… Barry Curtis of the Kingsmen!
In this episode of In the Dungeon , Barry Curtis talks about the Kingsmen and how the Kingsmen were the featured band in the great 1965 beach movie "How to Stuff a Wild Bikini," starring Annette Funicello.

Friday, May 17 and Saturday, May 18

This week's guest… Bruce Bickford #1
In this episode of In the Dungeon Fred interviews legendary clay animation artist Bruce Bickford about his work, including the work he did with Frank Zappa.

Friday, May 24 and Saturday, May 25

This week's guest… Sam Longoria, Part 1
Longoria is an American independent filmmaker and former Hollywood visual effects engineer. He began making movies in 1970 at the age of 14. He made a feature-length 35 mm film in Enumclaw, Washington, moved to Hollywood in 1978. His film and television credits include Ghost Busters, Return to Oz, Spaceballs, The Abyss, Terminal Velocity, The Young and the Restless, He's My Girl, Die Hard and Dante's Peak. Sam shares behind the scenes stories with Fred.
 

Friday, May 31 and Saturday, June 1

This week's guests… Sam Longoria, Part 2
Longoria is an American independent filmmaker and former Hollywood visual effects engineer. He began making movies in 1970 at the age of 14. He made a feature-length 35 mm film in Enumclaw, Washington, moved to Hollywood in 1978. His film and television credits include Ghost Busters, Return to Oz, Spaceballs, The Abyss, Terminal Velocity, The Young and the Restless, He's My Girl, Die Hard and Dante's Peak. Sam shares behind the scenes stories with Fred.
 

Friday, June 7 and Saturday, June 8

This week's guest… Sam Longoria, Part 3
Longoria is an American independent filmmaker and former Hollywood visual effects engineer. He began making movies in 1970 at the age of 14. He made a feature-length 35 mm film in Enumclaw, Washington, moved to Hollywood in 1978. His film and television credits include Ghost Busters, Return to Oz, Spaceballs, The Abyss, Terminal Velocity, The Young and the Restless, He's My Girl, Die Hard and Dante's Peak. Sam shares behind the scenes stories with Fred.

Friday, June 14 and Saturday, June 15

This week's guest... Don Thacker!
This week on "In the Dungeon with Professor Fred"; a conversation with independent film maker Don Thacker, whose movie "Motivational Growth" has won film festival awards from Boston to Paris to Seattle. It's a film that defies categorization. Let's just say that the motivational growth in the title refers to the main character's development and to the bathroom mold that becomes his personal life coach, as it were. It's suitably creepy, entertaining, and just discombobulated enough for Professor Fred to invite Don Thacker for a conversation . . . In the Dungeon.
 

Friday, June 21 and Saturday, June 22

This Week's Guest... Pat Cashman!
Talk about schlock! Pat has been closely connected with schlock since birth. More recently he's spun the schlock on Almost Live! , The Pat Cashman radio show , Bill Nye the Science Guy, a variety of ads and most recently on The 206 . Professor Fred was a featured guest on Pat's radio show. And besides being funny, he's just a nice guy. Enjoy!

Friday, June 28 and Saturday, June 29

This week's guest… Sam Longoria, Part 1
Longoria is an American independent filmmaker and former Hollywood visual effects engineer. He began making movies in 1970 at the age of 14. He made a feature-length 35 mm film in Enumclaw, Washington, moved to Hollywood in 1978. His film and television credits include Ghost Busters, Return to Oz, Spaceballs, The Abyss, Terminal Velocity, The Young and the Restless, He's My Girl, Die Hard and Dante's Peak. Sam shares behind the scenes stories with Fred.
 

Friday, July 5 and Saturday, July 6

This week's guests… Sam Longoria, Part 2
Longoria is an American independent filmmaker and former Hollywood visual effects engineer. He began making movies in 1970 at the age of 14. He made a feature-length 35 mm film in Enumclaw, Washington, moved to Hollywood in 1978. His film and television credits include Ghost Busters, Return to Oz, Spaceballs, The Abyss, Terminal Velocity, The Young and the Restless, He's My Girl, Die Hard and Dante's Peak. Sam shares behind the scenes stories with Fred.
 

Friday, July 12 and Saturday, July 13

This week's guest… Sam Longoria, Part 3
Longoria is an American independent filmmaker and former Hollywood visual effects engineer. He began making movies in 1970 at the age of 14. He made a feature-length 35 mm film in Enumclaw, Washington, moved to Hollywood in 1978. His film and television credits include Ghost Busters, Return to Oz, Spaceballs, The Abyss, Terminal Velocity, The Young and the Restless, He's My Girl, Die Hard and Dante's Peak. Sam shares behind the scenes stories with Fred.

Friday, July 19 and Saturday, July 20

This week's guest... Don Thacker!
This week on "In the Dungeon with Professor Fred"; a conversation with independent film maker Don Thacker, whose movie "Motivational Growth" has won film festival awards from Boston to Paris to Seattle. It's a film that defies categorization. Let's just say that the motivational growth in the title refers to the main character's development and to the bathroom mold that becomes his personal life coach, as it were. It's suitably creepy, entertaining, and just discombobulated enough for Professor Fred to invite Don Thacker for a conversation . . . In the Dungeon.
 

Friday, July 26 and Saturday, July 27

This Week's Guest... Pat Cashman!
Talk about schlock! Pat has been closely connected with schlock since birth. More recently he's spun the schlock on Almost Live! , The Pat Cashman radio show , Bill Nye the Science Guy, a variety of ads and most recently on The 206 . Professor Fred was a featured guest on Pat's radio show. And besides being funny, he's just a nice guy. Enjoy!