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johnlink ranks THE VAMPIRE BAT (1933)

I try to watch all kinds of horror movies around Halloween, even movies which probably don’t qualify as modern horror. This B Movie showed up on TV, and it seemed like a good way to spend an hour plus. 632 more words

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The Invisible Man

∗∗∗∗∗∗∗∗∗∗ (8/10)

In a nutshell: Lead actor Claude Rains does a tremendous job of not being seen in Universal’s classic 1933 horror sci-fi. The special effects are bind-boggling for their day. 6,510 more words

Monsters

Oh, Bela…we’ll have to try another time…

(1st of 2 posts)

I’d waited and waited. All my life, more or less. And finally, I’d get my chance to see the 1931 Dracula… 309 more words

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Dracula (1931)

“I am Dracula. I bid you welcome.” – Count Dracula (Bela Legosi)

Sometimes horror of a scary movie is in the creepily on-point performance of its main star. 410 more words

Film

LEADING LADIES: HELEN CHANDLER

LEADING LADIES:  Helen Chandler

By Michael Arruda

Welcome to LEADING LADIES, the column where we look at leading ladies in horror movies, especially from years gone by. 862 more words

Like a kid waiting for Christmas...

Just over a month to wait: Got my tickets already for a regular theatre showing of 1931’s Dracula. Not some showing at the local library’s little theater room, not a film society’s 100-seat theater or a college auditorium. 169 more words

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