Tags » Bela Lugosi

Universal Horror Resurgent in 1939

It’ll be Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi and Basil Rathbone in Universal’s 1939 Son Of Frankenstein for me tonight on Me-TV’s Svengoolie. It’s not my favorite ‘Frankenstein’ film, but I’m zonked and looking forward to very intent couch-potato-ing for a couple hours come 9:00 PM. 754 more words

Horror Cinema

The ABCs of March, Part Five

Previously on Yes, I Know: A through E  F through J  K through O  P through T

U: Upstream Color (2013)

A lot of us know about Shane Carruth through his first feature,  2,599 more words

The Wonderful World Of Crap

Monstrous? No, Voluscious.

Oh, I bet all those Bride of Frankenstein posts from this past weekend, along with my many prior posts about other classic Universal 1930’s – 1940’s ‘Golden Age’ horror films, could have you racing about to buy a new Bela Lugosi-Dracula or Boris Karloff-Frankenstein’s Monster novelty t-shirt, hoodie, baseball cap, socks or wallet (I’ve seen all of… 136 more words


The Raven (1935)

“Poe, you are avenged!” – Dr. Richard Vollin (Bela Lugosi)

When Edgar Allen Poe wrote The Pit and the Pendulum, The Raven and other assorted tales of terror, I can only imagine that even if he had known about the advent of film, he probably wouldn’t guess that they’d all be put together in one frighteningly good horror film. 429 more words