Now that is one name that most of us horror fans do not recognize. But if wasn’t for Mr. Umann, we might not have ever got to see Universal’s Son of Frankenstein, as well as the monster films that followed thereafter. 404 more words
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Boris Karloff relaxing on the set of one of his Frankenstein films, probably “Son of Frankenstein” in 1939.
In Mary Shelley’s original book, “Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus“, the monster didn’t have green skin, nor bolts in his neck. 68 more words
Basil Rathbone joins the cast of Son of Frankenstein (1939) for some reason and this movie again makes me wonder why these sequels were so popular. 838 more words
Despite being a fan of Universal Horror movies, I had forgotten Son of Frankenstein even existed. With the cooler weather sweeping into town a month or two earlier than normal, the atmosphere has swung decidedly closer to Halloween than the dog days of Summer. 575 more words
Mondo is at it again with three new amazing prints that will be going on sale tomorrow at a random time. The prints were each previously sold at this year’s Texas Frightmare Weekend. 173 more words