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Legendary Comics’ New Graphic Novel ‘Dracula’ Stars Bela Lugosi

        Two names instantly come to mind when you think of the iconic vampire Dracula, Bram Stoker, and Bela Lugosi. Now, for the first time ever the two are being brought together in the all-new graphic novel Dracula from Legendary Comics.   “In the late 19th Century, Dracula, an ancient Transylvanian vampire, […]

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Blu-ray Review: Universal Horror Collection: Volume 4 (1937 – 1946)

The last three Universal Horror Collections brought to us courtesy of those devious n’ delightful devils over at Scream Factory have been a creepy cornucopia of fright flick fun (Don’t believe me? Head here and here and here to read my thoughts for your own sinister self!)! Let’s see if Volume 4 lives up to it’s predecessors! […]

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Blu-ray Review: The Body Snatcher (1945)

Mrs. Marsh (Rita Corday) visits the house of smug asshair Dr. Wolfe “Toddy” MacFarlane (Henry Daniell), seeking a cure for her daughter Georgina’s (Sharyn Moffett) paralysis, which ol’ Toddy recommends surgery as the solution, but tells her he can’t perform it…just build ’em up and knock ’em down you learned douche-nozzle. MacFarlane’s other static comes […]

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Blu-ray Review: Universal Classic Monsters: Complete 30-Film Collection (1931 – 1956)

Holy hell creeps; here comes the monstrous mother-load…thirty classic Universal released fright flicks all in one handy-dandy Blu-ray collection! Let’s take a very, very deep dive into the Universal Classic Monsters: Complete 30-Film Collection as we feast our eerie eyeballs on every film and the eerie extras these devilish discs contain! (Fair warning: this is going to […]

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Cynema: Ed Wood–Hollywood’s Whipping Boy

No Respect Apparently Michael Medved, the respected film critic gets the credit with dubbing Edward Wood, Jr. the “worst director of all time” by referring to Wood’s crowning film achievement, Plan Nine From Outer Space as perhaps the worst motion picture ever made. This is not only to come to the late Mr. Wood’s defense, […]

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