A tech-infused yet human-scaled, consistently tense genre piece anchored by a terrific lead performance.
Each individual blind box sells for $4 USD with a sealed flat box of 24 individually boxed figures selling for $96 USD.
With her co-starring role in Jordan Peele’s US (pictured) hitting theaters later this month, Elisabeth Moss is now poised to step into another high-profile genre project.
After the poor reception to the latest THE MUMMY led Universal to put the kibosh on its Dark Universe series, the studio is now revisiting the idea of reviving its classic creatures, and the latest development is a big step in the right direction.
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.