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Why Horror? Why Not?

It’s that time of year again when I’m about to embark on a scare filled run of horror films and why I love them so. It’s always fun to rekindle some memories that […]

Frankenstein Unbound (1990)

When I learned that Janet aka Sister Celluloid was hosting the “Love Hurt” blogathon as a tribute to the work of John Hurt I immediately thought of two films to […]

Who Done It? (1942)

When Thomas Gomez’s radio president is murdered on air during a live broadcast of Murder at Midnight it’s up to Bud Abbott and Lou Costello to play detective and solve […]

The Thrill of Ben Gardner’s Boat

When it comes to movie memories, I love to reminisce. When you’re a kid you see the ads on television for the new movies playing at the local theaters and […]

Jack Pierce : Make Up Master

This article (before edits or grammar corrections) appeared in the year end issue of The Dark Pages 2013 which featured the film The Killers as it’s centerpiece.   In the […]

Behind the Mask (1932)

This Columbia project checking in at a fast moving 68 minutes manages to combine the crime drama, the spy genre and the horror film all rolled neatly into one. Silent […]

Frankenstein : The Hammer Series

I’ve harmed nobody, just robbed a few graves! If the brain hadn’t been damaged, my work would have been hailed as the greatest scientific achievement of all time. click for […]

Frankenstein : The Universal Series

“It’s Alive! It’s Alive!” “We Belong Dead.” “One doesn’t easily forget, Herr Baron, an arm torn out by the roots.” “The lightning. It is good for you! Your father was […]

The Wistful Widow of Wagon Gap (1947)

Just before Bud Abbott and Lou Costello began battling Universal Studios’ stable of Classic Monsters they faced off against Marjorie Main in full Ma Kettle mode in this western frontier […]

The Revenge of Frankenstein (1958)

YOUR BLOOD WILL CONGEAL! I love that line. It’s in the film’s trailer for this the first sequel to Hammer’s The Curse of Frankenstein released the year previously. This film […]

The Devil Is a Woman (1935)

Directed and Photographed by Josef von Sternberg. There’s a credit we don’t see on films anymore. Once again Marlene Dietrich turns herself over to von Sternberg’s care and looks absolutely […]

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