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The Night Walker (1964) | William Castle’s twisty thriller moves to a haunting Vic Mizzy beat

From Final Cut Entertainment comes the first-time UK DVD release of William Castle’s 1964 thriller The Night Walker.

In her last feature film before heading to TV land, Barbara Stanwyck reunited with her former husband Robert Taylor for this mystery-suspense from legendary showman Castle, who casts aside his usual gimmicks and instead relies on the reputation of… 662 more words

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FRIGHTENING FLIX BY KBATZ: The Phantom of the Opera (1943)

The Phantom of the Opera Can’t Go Wrong

By Kristin Battestella

This 1943 universal color spectacle adaptation of Gaston Leroux’s tale is probably the one I remember most from being a kid- and it was the first with which I introduced my niece. 998 more words

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Chapter 1: The Wolfman Part One

Chapter One: The Wolfman Part One

Written by Brantley Heaton

Teaser:

Black screen. The full moon is revealed by passing clouds.

Fade in text:

“Even a man who is pure in heart and says his prayers by night, may become a wolf when the wolfbane blooms and the autumn moon is bright.” – Gypsy proverb… 530 more words

Larry Talbot

Talbot Season 2

Chapter XIV: Frankenstein
– Larry, Zaleska and Maleva attempt to socialize the Frankenstein monster in the hopes that he could help contain during the full moon. 1,029 more words

Larry Talbot

Talbot: Season I

Chapter I: The Wolf Man Part One
– Lawrence “Larry” Talbot returns home to Llanwelly, Wales; hoping to reconcile with his estranged father following the death of his brother. 699 more words

Larry Talbot

Talbot

Those that know me may be aware that I am a fan of horror movies in general, and werewolves in particular. The most iconic werewolf is of course, Larry Talbot. 305 more words

Larry Talbot

What Can 1941's "The Wolf Man" Tell Us About the Beast In Us All?

This film is the last classic Universal Horror monster to have its own stand-alone film. After George Waggner’s The Wolf Man, Universal Studio monster movies would go on to create monster mash-ups like… 1,111 more words

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