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  1. Emcee

    Classic Universal Monsters [discussion forum]

    The sci-fi craze in the 1950s was equally interesting, and there's some strong entries into that sub-genre. Imagine being a teenager back then (my parents weren't even thought of at the time) and going to the drive-in and seeing such other-worldly delights as Forbidden Planet and The Blob. I...
  2. Emcee

    Classic Universal Monsters [discussion forum]

    The Invisible Man might be my favorite of those I've seen so far.
  3. Emcee

    Classic Universal Monsters [discussion forum]

    I figured with October still being fairly young, we could get a conversation started here about the old-school Universal Monsters. It all started with the movie versions of Dracula and Frankenstein, both originally released in 1931, which were each followed by multiple sequels. Bela Lugosi and...
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