75 years ago on December 12, 1941, Universal’s The Wolf Man was released in theaters, turning Lon Chaney, Jr into an icon and creating a lasting legacy felt throughout the countless werewolf films of the last several decades. Oh yeah, and the inspiration for the name of a certain horror website too… To mark its anniversary, test your knowledge of on-screen and behind-the-scenes trivia from The Wolf Man.
Take a look back on Week 1, Week 2, and Week 3 of our 31 Days of Horror. For many, during the month of October, it has become tradition to celebrate the season by watching ⤇
If you’re on this site right now, I’m going to assume you’re familiar with Universal’s indisputably iconic Dracula (1931). Béla Lugosi. Tod Browning. Dwight Frye. That guy with the cockney accent who keeps calling Frye ⤇
Not long after the 1931 test screenings of Universal’s massively successful Frankenstein, there was talk of a sequel. While director James Whale initially wanted nothing to do with a followup, his success with The Invisible Man in 1933 made him the studio’s only ⤇