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Universal Classic Monsters, 1935-1939


Carl Laemmle and Universal launched their classic monster series with Dracula, Frankenstein, The Mummy, and The Invisible Man… 2,967 more words


Pic of the Day: Dracula (1931)

Pic of the Day: An ad from the grandaddy of American sound horror films – Universal Studios’ Dracula, released on Valentine’s Day in 1931.

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Film 108 | The Invisible Man (1933)

Over at Fake Geeks we did a run specials to celebrate Halloween, so the next few entries are re-posts of my Halloween specials, beginning with: 438 more words

Abbott and Costello Meet the Universal Monsters

Modern horror has gone through various subgenre influences from vampires, zombies, Japanese horror, slasher blood-and-gore, to ‘documentary style camera work’ (think Blair Witch Project or Paranormal Activity), with a slew of sequels plus parodies and a host of others. 933 more words


The Invisible Man - Movie Review (1933)

Dracula, The Wolf Man, Frankenstein, The Mummy are some of the monsters you may first think of when the universal monster classics are brought up, but the film I am looking at today is one that has been overlooked for decades, and deserves to be placed right along with the essential line-up. 509 more words


Universal Pictures' SON OF FRANKENSTEIN (1939)

My absolute favorite horror movies are those produced by Universal Pictures during the studio’s horror hey day.  Today I am dedicating a post to a prime example of the era, one that stands among my favorites from the Universal entries that tell the continuing saga of Frankenstein and his monster – Rowland Lee’s  1,785 more words

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A Dracula Double Feature

TCM in association with Universal Pictures and Fathom Events is sponsoring a double feature of the English and Spanish language versions of Dracula (1931) that will be shown in theatres across the US on Oct. 389 more words

Film: 1920-1959