Friday, February 15, 2019

Review: Horror of Dracula from Warner Archive

There's no other studio quite like Hammer. Often imitated, never duplicated, Hammer dominated genre films from the late fifties all the way through the seventies with a unique English style and a stable of regular actors who would become household names to monster kids of multiple generations. They breathed new life (and fresh blood) into monster movies that had become relatively tame, and by putting their own decidedly-adult spin on the classics, they presented old favorites like Frankenstein, The Mummy, and yes, Dracula himself, in a way that not only felt fresh, but more explicitly scary than arguably ever before.

Five Favorite Movie Books! (Obnoxious and Anonymous Crossover)


It's a Cereal At Midnight crossover! In collaboration with Cameron from Obnoxious and Anonymous, we're counting down our top five favorite movie books! These books can be adaptations and novelizations, behind the scenes books, or anything related to movies. Be sure to head over to YouTube.com/ObnoxiousAndAnonymous to check out Cameron's top five!