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  1. Saw this for the first time tonight since seeing a public domain VHS release several years ago....it's much better appreciated in a pristine print! What terrific art direction and special effects, for 1936 yet!
  2. The best of the giant bug movies IMO. Still amazing how well the special effects hold up today. Great mystery and suspense and the serious performances from Gwenn, Arness, and Whitmore really suspend your disbelief. Don't miss Leonard Nimoy's cameo
  3. Very fond of this film. Always thought the moving mounds of earth was a clever way to show the invisible creatures and if you had to have a talking zombie, John Carradine had to be the guy to cast
  4. My favorite Bernard Herrmann score...what other movie can you think of where the music supplies the best sound effects? Klaatu Barada Nikto!
  5. Love this film...Les Tremayne was an underrated talent, bringing immediate credence to the fantastic story, and the monster is sure to give any kid the willies!
  6. Yes, he's my favorite Moriarty. Love the scene at the beginning where he's plotting with the dirge in the background, and then they pan over to show someone's actually in the room playing it.
  7. Thanks, TopBilled! Love George....he brought the sinister like nobody's business, whether in a high class production or a Monogram or PRC quickie.
  8. A poem I shared in the Universal Horror group on Facebook, thought I'd post it here too. Let me know your favorites among these.... Fans of Universal horror films know an awful lot, And know many things that others just do not. They know that Victor Frankenstein actually went by Henry, And that his monster was played by not one actor, but many. Karloff came first and was thought by many the best, Chaney, Lugosi, and Strange brought to life the rest. But before Frankenstein, Dracula came first, Lugosi played the vampire with the unhealthy thirst. But there were more monsters like t
  9. Hello all...I'm looking to make some friends but it's been hard to find people in Indiana who are into classic sci-Fi and horror like I am. I enjoy the Universal monsters, Hammer horror, The films of Lugosi, Karloff, Chaney, and Atwill, plus also enjoy sci-fi and mystery films from the 1920s through the 1960s. Anyone from Indy out there who feels the same?
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