All Dead Here

One doesn't easily forget, Herr Baron, an arm torn out by the roots.- Inspector Krogh For Day 17, I decided to give Son of Frankenstein (1939) another watch, mostly since I haven't seen it in a few years. Of the three Karloff-led Frankenstein films, I prefer Bride of Frankenstein (1935) for various reasons - preeminent … Continue reading All Dead Here

A Game of Death

After fifteen years, I have returned.- Vitus Verdegast The first time I saw the 1934 Universal feature, The Black Cat, was in a college course on horror films. I had mixed feelings on it at the time; heretofore, my main exposure to Universal's horror output was the expected fare - Frankenstein, the Wolf Man, et … Continue reading A Game of Death

I See Death

Just a pinpoint monsieur. In a flower. Or perhaps in a glass of wine.- Murder Legendre It's Day 2 of the Fright Festival and I decided to watch another one I haven't seen in some time - the 1932 pre-Code classic, White Zombie. Directed by Victor Halperin and starring Bela Lugosi, it's considered by many … Continue reading I See Death