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reviewed Frankenstein (1931 movie). August 13, 2010
Frankenstein (1931 movie)
No class on horror films would be complete without this movie. It was one of the first and still one of the best ever made. The movie that made Boris Karloff and Colin Clive. Jack Pierce provides the …
reviewed Dracula's Daughter. November 20, 2009
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Dracula's Daughter
Picking up the story literally moments after the events of the first "Dracula" starring Bela Lugosi, DRACULA'S DAUGHTER (1936) has always held a fascination, largely thanks to Gloria Holden's nuanced …
reviewed Son of Dracula. November 20, 2009
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Son of Dracula
Classic horror movies rarely get wackier than SON OF DRACULA, Universal's offbeat chiller from 1943 starring Lon Chaney Jr. and Louise Allbritton.    Katherine Caldwell (Allbritton), …
posted a Quick Tip about Dracula (1931 film). September 30, 2009
Dracula (1931 movie)
Still, the greatest film Dracula (at least of all the films bearing that name). Bela Lugosi and Tod Browning's greatest masterpiece!!! ):-=
reviewed Frankenstein (1931 movie). May 17, 2009
Frankenstein (1931 movie)
Frankenstein was one of the first monster movie classics to come from the Hollywood film studios. The was adapted "loosely" from the original Mary Shelley Gothic classic. A lot of this film was based …
reviewed Dracula (1931 film). May 13, 2009
Dracula (1931 movie)
Don't look for special effects in this film. The eerieness is created by the black and white and actor facial expressions, especially at the beginning at Dracula's castle. Excellent performances by Bela …
reviewed The Phantom of the Opera (1925 film). May 10, 2009
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The Phantom of the Opera (1925 movie)
Carl Laemmle's screen version of THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (based on the penny-dreadful by Gaston Leroux), is still a fascinating and riveting screen entertainment, despite being re-made several times …
reviewed The Phantom of the Opera (1925 film). March 19, 2005
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The Phantom of the Opera (1925 movie)
Carl Laemmle's screen version of THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (based on the penny-dreadful by Gaston Leroux), is still a fascinating and riveting screen entertainment, despite being re-made several times …
reviewed Dracula (1931 film). November 14, 2003
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Dracula (1931 movie)
Don't look for special effects in this film. The eerieness is created by the black and white and actor facial expressions, especially at the beginning at Dracula's castle. Excellent performances by Bela …
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