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reviewed The Black Cat (1934). February 28, 2011
The Black Cat (1934)
"I go to visit an old friend," says Dr. Vitus Werdegast to Peter and Joan Alison, the young newlyweds he met on the train moving through a rain-swept night. Their destination is the small, picturesque …
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 …
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 Dracula: The Legacy Collection. December 22, 2008
Dracula: The Legacy Collection cover
Universal Studios' horror films have been considered by many film historians and movie lovers to be among some of the greatest films of the horror genre. Part of what makes them so appealing is their …
reviewed The Invisible Man. November 14, 2003
posted in Movie Hype
The Invisible Man
Even though we don't see him till the very last scene, Claude Raines gives probably his best performance. This was by far the best invisible man themed movie that I have seen. There are some really tense …
reviewed Dracula (1931 film). November 14, 2003
posted in Movie Hype
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 Invisible Man. October 19, 2001
posted in Movie Hype
The Invisible Man
Pros: Fairly decent for an early production     Cons: campy tho, very campy     The Bottom Line: Seen better, seen worse. Typical old time horror flick, less the …
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