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Movie Still Du Jour

Blowhard, Esq.¬†writes: Mae Clark and Boris Karloff in James Whale’s FRANKENSTEIN

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“The Ghoul”

Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: Starring Boris Karloff and featuring a plot derived from “The Cat and the Canary,” this British Gaumont production seems like an attempt to mimic the success of Universal’s monster series. It’s only half-way successful. Karloff’s ghoul, … Continue reading

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Blowing Up the Fantasy Bubble: A Review of Kirk Hammett’s “Too Much Horror Business” (and More)

Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: One of the best gifts I received this past Christmas: Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett’s book covering his extensive horror collection. It’s called “Too Much Horror Business” (after a song by New Jersey punk band The Misfits), … Continue reading

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