There’s no finer mess than when Laurel and Hardy get together! The classic comedies featuring the pair have been restored, and lead off this week’s new releases. There’s also cult horror films, several Vanessa Redgrave movies, dramas, laugh-packed favorites, and…Read more →
Trailer Terror: Bela Lugosi in “Dracula”
If you’re like me, chances are you spent a good portion of this pre-Halloween weekend watching horror movies. And no journey into the world of cinematic terrors is complete without visiting the classic Universal Monsters. When it comes to the…Read more →
Create-A-Caption: The Creature from the Black Lagoon
October’s fright-filled Create-A-Captions continue with this week’s entry based on my personal favorite of the Universal Monster flicks, The Creature from the Black Lagoon. Regular readers may remember that we did one of these with the Gill Man back in…Read more →
Creature From The Black Lagoon: The Gill Man’s Debut
We originally printed this post from guest blogger Rick29 back in February, but we are featuring it again as we celebrate Halloween here on MovieFanFare!: Universal Studios was the “Home of Horror” from 1931 to 1946, but its Gothic monsters…Read more →
Good afternoon ghouls! Well, Universal Monsters Week is just about over, but before we say goodbye to this tribute to the classiest celluloid creatures ever, we wanted to bring back one more Create-A-Caption featuring everyone’s favorite misguided monster. So below…Read more →
Is “Son of Frankenstein” the Best of Universal’s Series?
Universal Monsters Week races towards its conclusion tomorrow with this examination of one of the finest sequels ever made… The general consensus among film critics and classic movie fans is that Bride of Frankenstein (1935) is the high point of…Read more →
Welcome To Universal Monsters Week on MovieFanFare!
It’s Universal Monsters week here on MovieFanFare! Over the course of the next couple of days we’ll featuring special posts alongside of our usual content that celebrates the timeless horror icons who were immortalized by Universal Studios over the years….Read more →
FYI: Join Us Next Week As We Celebrate the Universal Monsters!
There’s a new version of The Mummy hitting theaters next week starring Tom Cruise. As bad as it looks (and man, it looks terrible), its release gives us an excuse to celebrate the weird and wonderful world of the Universal…Read more →
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…Read more →