Universal’s mastery of the macabre was waning to a ridiculous degree in the mid-to-late 1940s. The sentiment seemed that the age of vampires, wolf men and phantoms was slipping away and being discarded to a bygone era. In 1948, Universal drastically shifted gears toward a more comedic approach when it came to create their once dark horror films.
COO MODEL continues "The Monster File" figure line with two Frankenstein monster releases. These 1/6 scale figures are highly articulated and both come with an array of accessories and interchangeable parts.
Glass Eye Pix’s Larry Fessenden has produced any number of fine genre features in the past decade, but hasn’t been at the helm of a movie since the 2013 Chiller original BENEATH (and hasn’t directed one of his own scripts since 2006’s THE LAST WINTER). Now he’s guiding a film based on an all-time horror classic, and a poster has been released.
A look at TOYLAXY's exciting and original concept for their new "Monster" line called "FRANKENSTEIN FOREVER LOVE”.
Today in 1931: BORIS KARLOFF dons the bolts as FRANKENSTEIN screens for the very first time!