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Halloween Horror Nights 2016- Part 2

In the first article we did, I told you I was going to go back to HHN to try and experience the mazes I missed the first time around. 582 more words


Blacula 1972 💀🎃

Original 1972 theatrical poster

Way to turn the classic “Dracula” on its’ head! I think the idea to present Blacula as an 18th Century African prince during the slave trade was historical and topical. 706 more words

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Rob & Rob #2: Classic Horror October 2016

October 2016

Horror Pick(S) of the Month

Hi all, I am Rob Medaska, and I am Rob Medaska.  We welcome you to our monthly horror film pick for the month.  780 more words

Host Rob Medaska

Rob & Rob Monthly Horror

Rob and Rob #1:

Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein

Hi and welcome to our opening blog, each month we will pick and discuss our recommended horror movie for the month, and this month for September 2016 we have chosen Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, on TCM, September 14, at 9:30pm est.  443 more words

Host Rob Medaska

Making Peace with "Dracula"

CAUTION: Contains “spoilers.”

One of the nice things about the Turner Classic Movies channel is its element of serendipity. I wasn’t really thinking about watching Tod Browning’s 1931 film “Dracula” when I tuned in, but there it was. 667 more words

His Humble Hunchback: The Stock Character History of "Igor" (Part 2)

Part 2: Ygor and the Houses of Hunchbacks

Don’t miss the first part of this essay, covering early dramatizations of Frankenstein and the influence of Dwight Frye! 2,052 more words


His Humble Hunchback: The Stock Character History of "Igor" (Part 1)

Part 1: Early Dramatizations and Dwight Frye

When one thinks of Frankenstein – not the book itself or any one specific adaptation – but as a collective mythology, there are a few specific set pieces that spring to mind. 1,395 more words