AMC’s MonsterFest Needs To Return

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One Year with WordPress!

Howdy strangers! It has been one year since I joined WordPress. It has been a pretty decent year. I hope that you who follow me have enjoyed the content that I provided you. I appreciate everyone who have supported me. … Continue reading One Year with WordPress!

Countess Dracula (1971) Review

Directed by Peter Sasdy Starring Ingrid Pitt and Nigel Green Plot: After the Count of a village passes away, he leaves his wife and daughter the castle. The aging Countess (Pitt) is enamored with a young soldier. She loses her shit with a maid and tastes blood. She finds out that blood may be the answer to youth, as she begins to look younger. She murders the maid and drinks her blood. The Countess is now beautiful. She begins a relationship with the soldier which makes his General (Green) jealous, for he had feelings for her first. The Countess lies … Continue reading Countess Dracula (1971) Review

The 5 Best Frankenstein Films

Happy National Frankenstein Day! Today is Mary Shelley’s birthday. She is the author to one of most timeless horror stories ever. Frankenstein or, the Modern Prometheus. There have been countless versions on film and TV. These five are my favorite fillms! 5.) The Curse of Frankenstein–¬†Hammer Film Productions made a name for themselves in the 1950’s. The first of their Frankenstein films is Curse of Frankenstein. The film focused on Baron Frankenstein played brilliantly by Peter Cushing. Most of the Frankenstein films just put all the focus on the Monster while this one focused on Victor. In this film, Christopher … Continue reading The 5 Best Frankenstein Films