Other Appearances

Other Places to Hear Your Hosts

Tracey and Scott appeared on two episodes of A Window to the Magic with Paul Barrie in 2008. The were on the show to discuss their Adventures By Disney: Backstage Magic trip.

Scott also programmed an entire Disneyus Non-Sequitorium Episode of A Window to the Magic


Tracey and Scott (along with Disney, Indiana’s master control program Jessica) appear on The Mortis Matinee podcast as the Disney, Indiana Movie Research Team. We provide some facts and trivia about the film the Mortis family is watching. We’ve appeared on the following episodes:



Tracey and Scott joined the crew of the Mouse Chat podcast to reminisce about the original EPCOT Center. We also counted down our top 5 missing attractions all in celebration of Epcot’s 30 anniversary.



Scott joined Monster Kid Radio host Derek Koch to discuss his love of classic Sci-Fi films, in particular the classic Earth vs The Flying Saucers. Scott also talks about one of his favorite places to visit at Walt Disney World that fits into the Monster Kid Theme.

Not wanting to be left out, Tracey then joined Monster Kid Radio host Derek Koch play Cowboys and Dinos by talking about the film The Valley of Gwangi.

Scott and Tracey then realized that they didn’t need Derek and took over Monster Kid Radio and covered the Ray Harryhausen Super-8 film festival (plus a bonus film festival) they attended at the HorrorHound Weekend in Indianapolis in Sept 2013.

Tracey and Scott made another trip outside of Disney, Indiana and ended up on Monster Kid Radio once again to talk about our trip to the Artcraft Theater’s Monster Mania event in Franklin, Indiana in October of 2013. This two day event featured 35mm print screenings of six classic Universal monster films, most of which we had never seen before.

Scott returned to Monster Kid Radio once again to talk about 1964’s Santa Claus Conquers the Martians.

Tracey also wanted to talk about the red planet with Derek so she joins Monster Kid Radio to talk about 1953’s War of the Worlds.

Your co-host Scott once again made it back to Monster Kid Radio, this time to talk about the 1959 film The Giant Gila Monster and it’s 2012 remake Gila!

Tracey and Scott once again appear on Monster Kid Radio – this time to talk about another trip they made to the Historic Artcraft Theatre where they got to experience the 1925 film The Phantom of the Opera (dir. Rupert Julian)

Scott and Tracey returns to Monster Kid Radio and this time bring a Disney film with them, the 1954 film 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (dir. Richard Fleischer).

Scott joins Derek over at Monster Kid Radio to talk about 1959’s The Killer Shrews (dir. Ray Kellogg) and its sequel 2011’s The Return of the Killer Shrews (dir. Steve Latshaw)

Scott returns to Monster Kid Radio for the holidays. He and Derek decorate MKR studios, have some milk and cookies and talk about the 1959 award-winning film Santa Claus.

Tracey, tired of Scott getting all the fun, makes her return to the Monster Kid Radio podcast to talk about The Attack of the 50 Foot Woman (dir. Nathan Juran) from 1958 and the 1956 film It Conquered the World (dir. Roger Corman) for 2015’s Women in Horror Month.

It’s double feature time at Monster Kid Radio and Derek has invited Scott to join in the fun. The theme for their double feature is movies we’ve not seen in a long time. Scott picked 1951’s When Worlds Collide (dir. Rudolph Maté) and Derek picked 1956’s The Mole People (dir. Virgil W. Vogel).

Scott joins Monster Kid Radio host Derek on a journey through the Forbidden Zone and straight into the Planet of the Apes franchise. They begin their trip with the first film in the series, 1968’s The Planet of the Apes (dir. Franklin J. Schaffner)

Scott returns to Monster Kid Radio for the 2nd film in the Planet of the Apes franchise, 1970’s Beneath the Planet of the Apes (dir. Ted Post)



Scott and Tracey were guest commentators for the no-holds-barred game of Fizbin between Danny Hillcrest and Dick Bando on the comedy4cast Podcast – brought to you by comedy4cast.com!

Scott and Tracey return to the comedy4cast Podcast – brought to you by comedy4cast.com – to appear on the radio!



Tracey and Scott joined the 1951 Down Place podcast in a special cross over event. In episode number 154 of Disney, Indiana, Casey and Derek paid a visit to the Ink and Paint Club to talk about Dr. Syn, Alias the Scarecrow. This film is based upon the novels of Russel Thorndike. This same material was used by Hammer films for their project, Night Creatures.



Scott used his pirate podcast gonkulator to take over Vince Rotolo’s B-Movie Cast and present the second B-Movie Cast Sound Extravaganza. Features music from several B Movies from the 50s thru today (with a couple of Disney tracks mixed it that fit this show).

Scott returned Vince Rotolo’s B-Movie Cast and present the first James Bond B-Movie Cast Sound Extravaganza. Features music from the first three James Bond films, Dr. No, From Russia with Love and Goldfinger.

Scott then covered for Vince and Mary as he joins Nic to learn Troma’s three R – that’s Readin’, Writin’ and Radiation while reviewing 1985’s Class of Nuke’Em High.



Tracey and Scott have joined Matt Cox’s Brunch with the Brits podcast several times including:

  • Tracey and Scott join a panel led by Matt from Brunch with the Brits to discuss Wind in the Willows and how Disney has used Mr. Toad.
    Episode 77
  • Tracey, Scott and Jessica in the Disney, Indiana top Secret Research Facility help out Matt with a look at Sherlock Holmes’ origins.
    Episode 85
  • Tracey and Scott join The Mortis and Matt to talk about Christmas in the UK focusing on the Epcot pavilion
    Episode 99
  • Tracey and Scott share with Matt some audio recorded at the UK Epcot pavilion at Christmas time
    Episode 100


Tracey and Scott have joined Jeremy Shields’s Neverland Podcast podcast to count down some of our favorite villains from literature, movies, TV, and video games to celebrate the Disney release of Maleficent.

Tracey and Scott returned to the Neverland Podcast podcast to talk about their trip to Batman day at the Hall of Heroes Super Hero Museum!


Tracey and Scott have joined Sarah and Richard Woloski’s Skywalking Through NeverlandPodcast podcast to talk about Goofy’s series of How To shorts.

Tracey and Scott have returned to Skywalking Through NeverlandPodcast podcast to talk about Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, how Disney lost this character and how he returned home.


Scott (and sometimes Tracey) appeared on the Zombie Beat near the beginning of each episode. They report on Zombie related news (movies, books, video games, music, etc) for the Mail Order Zombie Family. Scott was a part of this show from May 2009 in episode 66 until it’s end in the Spring of 2013.

If you would like to learn more about the show or listen to old episodes, please check out mailorderzombie.com.


Tracey and Scott provided information about the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror and discussed our favorite Twilight Zone episodes.


Scott joined the Don’t Look in the Podcast crew to talk about his favorite movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Warning – This show is for adults only.

Scott has also joined DLitP’s ZombieFarmer for two episodes of their spin off podcast entitled Don’t Peek in the Podcast (These are safe for all)


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