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This is going to be a short review of a strange movie. It’s the first ever film version of Mary Shelley’s novel and it’s… special.
We open on Stonehenge, silhouetted against the sun. Awesome. Nimoy talks about how people built ‘this great machine’ then disappeared, leaving their work behind them.
We begin with lovely footage of the Andes — which as you know are covered by the Gloveys. Sorry, that was awful. Coffee hasn’t kicked
“It was the secrets of heaven and earth that I desired to learn; and whether it was the outward substance of things or the inner
Voodoo. This is the sort of topic that could play well to the strengths of In Search Of, but also to its weaknesses. Let’s see
We open with a helicopter tracking shot of American countryside, and Leonard Nimoy delivers his best oration yet: “They’ve been reported in dusk or at
When I was a boy, I got a couple of books about the Universal Monsters out from my local library, and they were both scathing
We open on a ruined castle before the Loch, and an electronic attempt to approximate bagpipe music. Oh, yeah! Drink it in, this is the
The House of Dracula is the Seventh Universal Studios Frankenstein movie, their forth Wolf Man movie and either their third or fifth Dracula, depending on