Horror Movies for October #4

Tod Browning‘s 1931 definitive classic “Dracula“! The granddaddy of them all. This was a huge risk for Universal, as they weren’t sure if America was ready for a feature length horror movie. And the risk paid off handsomely spawning the many classic Universal horror films like “Frankenstein” and “The Mummy”.

Like Chuck Berry did with rock and rollBela Lugosi defined what it meant to be the vampire Dracula. His interpretation touches all that have followed.

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One Response to Horror Movies for October #4

  1. thelid53@comcast.net says:

    Peace Skip,

    Thank you.

    I’m enjoying our correspondence in this manner of your horror film recommendations.

    I’m looking forward to your cinematic eMissives for October.

    I’ve added “Audition,” with which I’m unfamiliar, to my list; your other recommendations already repose there.

    Cordially,

    Che!

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