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.
Most folks, when they hear of the Mummy movies, automatically default to either the classic Boris Karloff version or the Brendan Fraser ones which came out 19 years ago (how’s that for a reminder of ⤇
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 ⤇
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 ⤇