After becoming a fan last year of many of Universal Studio’s 1930s monster movies, I thought this year I would kick-start October with a slightly later entry into the Universal pantheon of monsters: the gill-man from Creature From the Black Lagoon. 993 more words
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Pretty much every Frankenstein film from Universal had to have these guys.
On the first Frankenstein, they gathered up when the Monster killed a little girl. 187 more words
This Universal sci-fi adventure was the final film in the studios monster trilogy, The Creature from the Black Lagoon, and its now out on DVD in the UK from Fabulous Films, as part of their Fabulous Frights series. 250 more words
Jmaes Whale‘s The Old Dark House (1932) might be seen as a companion piece to his Bride Of Frankenstein (1935). Both represent Whale at his most personal within the grand-guignol genre. 1,864 more words
From film historian, Wayne Kinsey, comes the first in an ambitious nine volume series, which sets out to present an informative, pictorial history of cobweb cinema (including horror, fantasy, sci-fi and spine-tingling thrillers), from the silent era to the blockbusters of the 1970s. 330 more words