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Found 3 results

  1. SatInYourLap

    The Finger Points (1931)

    Am I alone for my love of this movie? Only recently released on the Warner Archive Collection. My own review:
  2. Tonight's review is the first horror movie to ever win an Oscar! Fredric March was seriously incredible in the transformation scenes of "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde." He was literally a different person when he was Mr. Hyde. This movie will certainly be a must watch every October from now on! You gotta see it!
  3. Burt Wilson

    TOD BROWNING'S DRACULA

    If you haven't gotten a chance, pick up this fascinating read. It dispells a lot of myths and controversies surrounding the film. As many have said before, Gary D. Rhodes takes a scholar's pen to researching and unearthing long forgotten information; shedding new light on Tod Browning and the making of DRACULA. Worth every penny and was released 84 years ago this very weekend. http://www.amazon.com/Tod-Brownings-Dracula-Gary-Rhodes/dp/0956683452/ or http://www.amazon.co.uk/Tod-Brownings-Dracula-Gary-Rhodes/dp/0956683452

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