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.
With this week marking the 87th anniversary of one of the most influential movies of all time, let’s all agree to take a break from Red Dead Redemption for a few minutes to show a ⤇
Now that the new year is officially off and running, we’re excited to announce that we’ve partnered with Reddit’s /r/classichorror subreddit for our next giveaway! This time, we’re thrilled be able to give away blu-ray ⤇
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 ⤇