Let’s go back to The 1930’s, in a time when The Great Depression affected The Stock Market, The Dust Bowl destroyed various crops, people were laid off due to many businesses not making enough cash to pay off bills, and worst of all, they lost their homes due to not paying off a mortgage. Despite […]Read More Classics Review: King Kong (1933)
After Frankenstein & Dracula became box office monster hits toward critics and movie goers from across the globe, Universal Pictures continued to produce a string of hit films related to Horror movies including, The Mummy, The Invisible Man, and The Raven. (has nothing to do with Raven off of Teen Titans) Universal produced a follow […]Read More Classics Review: Bride Of Frankenstein (1935)
In 1897, American author, H.G. Welles, (The War Of The Worlds, The Island Of Dr. Moreau) wrote a novel called The Invisible Man, it’s about a scientist named Dr. Griffin, who uses an experimental drug on himself that turns him invisible. As he attempts to develop a cure, he begins to loose his sanity as […]Read More Classics Review: The Invisible Man (1933)
In the year 1818, British novelist, Mary Shelley, penned a book called Frankenstein, about a mad scientist named Dr. Frankenstien, who collects body parts from various corpses in order to create the very first artificial creature to make scientific history on resurrection but things go awry when the creature escapes to the outside world. The […]Read More Classics Review: Frankenstein (1931)
Let’s look back at the very first cinematic universe called Universal Monsters. This franchise was produced by Universal Pictures which involves classic movie monsters such as The Mummy, Frankenstein, The Wolf Man, and many others starring in their own solo films, and crossing over the characters for a specific reason why they’re needed to collide […]Read More Classics Review: Dracula (1931)
Fellow movie goers from around the globe. Thank you for supporting my website. Today’s article is a special one for my 100th post. A Four Hour Long Epic Film called Gone With The Wind which came out in 1939, the same year as The Wizard Of Oz. What do these two have in common? They […]Read More Classics Review: Gone With The Wind
Today’s Classic Review is about two icons from The Golden Age Of Hollywood starring in a film called “What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?” Released in 1962, (same year Tom Cruise was born) the film was a critical and commercial success. Earning five Academy Award nominations including Best Actress for Bette Davis. Decades later, Showrunner, […]Read More Classics Review: What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?