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Sticklers for truth in advertising could make an excellent case for renaming this tepid Universal horror entry House of Niemann, but by the waning days of World War II the lack of a sure-fire marquee name wouldn’t have put many butts in the seats. 402 more words
IN 1923 Universal Pictures embarked on a series of horror movies that would stamp their mark on the genre for decades to come.
Their choice of story to launch them into a world of Gothic Horror and literature would be in the guise of Victor Hugo’s 1831 novel, … 238 more words