Lon Chaney Jr.

Looking Back at “Dracula’s Daughter” and “Son of Dracula”

Dracula! It is probably not hyperbole that more movies have been made with Dracula or his progeny as the subject than any other monster. What with the original Universal flick of 1931 (which wasn’t technically the first, since Nosferatu predated…

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Guest Review: Son of Frankenstein/The Ghost of Frankenstein

Frankenstein’s monster is proof that a good man just can’t be kept down. Or a bad man can’t be kept dead. The name of Frankenstein brings out the worst in people in the ancient village where the original mad scientist…

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“Skyscraper” and “Hotel Transylvania 3” Lead Off A Jam-Packed Week of New Releases

It’s a great week to be a movie fan. But then again, aren’t they all? Yet this week’s lineup of new releases include some fresh-from-the-theater blockbusters, as well as plenty of rare classics from the Hollywood vaults — with some…

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Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, Much To The Audience’s Delight!

In Abott & Costello Meet Frankenstein, the popular comedy serve up scares and laughs (mostly the former). Universal tossed their most popular fiends ─ Dracula, the Wolf Man, and Frankenstein’s monster ─ at their top comedy team for this slapstick…

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