Welcome to a new world of gods and monsters! Continue reading Things I liked/disliked about The Mummy (2017) Spoilers I guess?
Next year seems to be an exciting year for movies. Let’s take a look at what I’m looking forward to next year. Split– I’m not a huge Shama-lam-ya fan. I liked Unbreakable and The Visit was very surprising. His newest … Continue reading Most Anticipated Movies of 2017
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!
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Pretty much every Frankenstein film from Universal had to have these guys. On the first Frankenstein, they gathered up when the Monster killed a little girl. I can understand their gathering on there, but on the next film “Bride of Frankenstein” they got out of hand. Frankenstein’s Monster saved a young woman from drowning and they gang up on him and basically crucify him. Then, they chain him up, he escapes. He’s a scared animal taking refuge in a country home with a blind man, who is understanding of him. Of course, here comes the villagers. Not only do they … Continue reading Annoying Characters: Angry Villagers from the Universal 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