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Gallery: Frankenstein Cinema

To celebrate the 200th birthday of the Modern Prometheus, we bring you a collection of posters for movies based – for the most part rather loosely – on Mary Shelley’s classic novel.


I Have Two of The Complete Universal Horror Collections!

So, starting tomorrow, I’m going to be doing a series of analyses on them, starting with 1931’s Dracula.

Catch you all then!



Why no one has ever produced a cinematic biopic treatment of the Chaney boys ( Lon Sr. and Lon Jr.) is baffling. Bela Lugosi was given quite a spotlight in… 2,620 more words

Film Reviews

The ReWatch! The Mummy (1999)

“Question, Why doesn’t it like cats?”

The Eve of the new Millennium:

1999 was an interesting year for film. It was the end of an era in many respects. 873 more words


3-minute Blu-ray review: The Old Dark House (1932) NEW

Released on Blu-ray by Cohen Media Group, October 24, 2017

Specs: 1080p, PSM 2.0 audio. No region code or aspect ratio is stated on the packaging, but Amazon reports them as Region 1 and 137:1 respectively. 519 more words

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