A Mixed Bag of Terror: Creeping Horror – review

When we think of horror movies from the 1930s and ‘40s, our minds immediately go to Universal’s ‘Classic Monsters’, namely Dracula and Frankenstein along with the cinematic universe that followed. Whereas the reality was, the genre entered somewhat of a production line state, with major studios like Universal and Paramount churning numerous 60-plus minutes features,

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Blu-ray Review: Vampyr (1932)

Upon first glance, it’s very apparent that Vampyr is not your conventional vampire film nor silent film or early “talkie”. It’s an oddity in almost every respect, but nonetheless creepy, and now the French-German classic is coming to Blu-ray on May 30 from UK label Eureka Entertainment via a Limited Edition with extras charting the

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