Okay, so is it Gillman, Gill-man or has it already Americanized it to Gilman I asked my Creature from the Black Lagoon expert and she prefers Gillman and I think I am going with her on this one. Gill-man makes it look like he should be chilling with Skeletor and Gilman sounds Jewish and everyone knows he is South American so is most likely Catholic. (Random fact of the day: 76.5% of Argentina is Catholic. And while there is over 180,000 Jews living in Argentina none of them are amphibious as far as we know. Come for the dick jokes, stay for the knowledge.) Caption 2: Just got in a bunch of Universal Monster stuff which I will be posting because them that keep up know I am currently working through the Universal Monster 30 Film box set and I always post whatever I am messing with at the time. Last night was Phantom of the Opera, the Claude Rains one, and it was WAY too much Opera and not enough Phantom. Though you can definitely tell they got the Phantom of Paradise mask from that version and then Son of Dracula, a completely underrated vampire though Lon Chaney Jr is kinda beefy for a vampire. Before he became undead he must have eaten a whole lot of sausage. (Wonder if it was blood sausage. Heh heh heh)
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Universal Classic Monsters - In the early years of cinema, horror was arguably the most pervasive and influential genre being produced - from the silent era to the "talkies". This is sometimes referred to as "The Golden Age". Universal Studios kicked off these 'classic monsters' series of films with "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" and "The Phantom of the Opera" (of which, were silent). Once the 1930s/40s/50s came around, Universal Studios would create such classics as"Dracula", "Frankenstein", "The Mummy", "The Invisible Man", "Creature from the Black Lagoon", "Wolf Man", "Bride of Frankenstein", etc. Being incredibly successful, they'd continue to have sequels, remakes, spin-offs, and even venture into horror-comedy with Abbott and Costello. They're some of the most iconic monsters and would influence horror for decades and generations to come. Universal Studios even tried to reboot the franchise with its "Dark Universe" movies. However, as of now, the "Dark Universe" is no-more due to unfavorable reviews, failing to capitalize, and Universal Studios forgetting that the genre that made these films great was horror, not action. Picture artist credit is Alex Ross. Who's your favorite, classic monster Do you enjoy these golden age films Let me know what you think of when it comes to Universal's Classic Monsters! #horror #horrormovie #horrormovies #horrorfilm #horrorfan #universalclassicmonsters #universalstudios #dracula #frankenstein #themummy #brideoffrankenstein #invisibleman #creaturefromtheblacklagoon #wolfman #hunchbackofnotredame #phantomoftheopera #lonchaney #lonchaneyjr #belalugosi #boriskarloff
#werewolfwednesday Just found the most random #mego from FACE OF THE SCREAMING WEREWOLF, 1965 . Dir. Jerry Warren. Although Warren took credit as director -- he actually just cobbled together an incomprehensible and bizarre screwball movie that was made up of footage from two classic 1950s Mexican horror films (with some added scenes shot in the U.S). The main portion of “Face Of The Screaming Werewolf” is from “LA CASA DEL TERROR”, which starred Lon Chaney Jr., German 'Tin Tan' Valdes, Yolanda Varela, Yerye Beirute and was directed by Gilberto Martinez Solares. In addition to the “Casa” footage, this mishmash incorporates unrelated scenes from “LA MOMIA AZTECA”, a rad Mexican mummy film starring Ramon Gay, Rosa Arenas and Crox Alvarado. “La Momia Azteca” was directed by Rafael Portillo. The final pieced-together “film” was released in the U.S. as, FACE OF THE SCREAMING WEREWOLF. In both CASA DEL TERROR and FACE OF THE SCREAMING WEREWOLF, Lon Chaney plays a Wolfman for the first time since the Universal monster series AND he got to play a mummy as well 🖤
The Wolf Man Complete Legacy Collection - Blu-Ray - Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, 2016.
Puro maquillaje de Jack Pierce en HD, ¿qué más puedes pedir