Right, so this film is terrible. I think we can all agree on that. The only reason I watched it again is I saw this as a HUGE wasted opportunity for Universal pictures. 598 more words
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I’ve this guy in my class who looks like Lancashire’s attempt at producing a version of Wolverine. We have a howling good time.
I’ve another friend who dons a tiger bandana and is obsessed with parasites; I’m pretty sure she has a high chance of going viral. 23 more words
The Wolf Man (1941) is one of the original Universal monster classics that paints Lycanthropy as a trick of the mind. Larry Talbot returns to his ancestral home and uncovers the legend of the werewolf, which he discovers is not a trick after all. 540 more words
Unlike the vampire myth, which came across Europe from east to west, werewolf myths developed in central and western Europe, radiating outward over time. This is shown even in the commonly used names for lycanthropes (Greek for “wolf men”). 1,708 more words
Move over baby dolls, there’s a new fiend on the block, and it is for grown ups only.
Welcome back to the blog, everyone! Today I thought I would shine the spotlight on an interesting “prop” of sorts that is in the spirit of the ghoulish festivities that commence during the month of October. 902 more words