A Universal Halloween?

I’ve been thinking about a classic Universal monster movie for Halloween night, but there are a lot of them — and they’re all so great? (They’re represented by this wonderful ad for the Aurora monster model. Click on it and it gets, well, monstrous!)

What are your thoughts? Mummy? Frankenstein? Dracula? The Wolf Man? The Creature? Or a one-off like The Invisible Ray (1936)? Or, maybe a different direction, like something from AIP or Hammer?

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Filed under 30s Horror, Abbott & Costello, Basil Rathbone, Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff, Christopher Lee, Hammer Films, James Whale, Lon Chaney Jr., Peter Cushing, Universal (-International)

2 responses to “A Universal Halloween?

  1. They are legendary monsters from Hollywood inspired from literary stories in popular culture from Universal Studios.

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  2. Dracula classic 1932 American horror fantasy mystery suspense melodrama starring Bela Lugosi as Count Dracula the main hero/villain antagonist/protagonist in sequels & spinoffs became a pop culture icon in Hollywood entertainment history.

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