Happy Birthday James Whale!

Today is the birthday of James Whale, the England-born director of some of Universal Horror’s most well-loved masterpieces

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REVIEW: Bride of Frankenstein (1935)

ADAM SCOVELL says The Bride of Frankenstein “showcases all of Whale’s wonderfully subversive & quintessentially British qualities”

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The Old Dark House (1932)

Comedic horror gem from James Whale is a truly gloomy and distubring haunted house story with a legendarily powerhouse cast

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The Invisible Man (1933)

James Whale brings HG Wells novel to the silver screen, making movie SPX history and a seminal classic equal to his iconic Frankenstein

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Frankenstein (1931) re-viewed

I WATCHED Frankenstein (1931) today – the first time I have seen the complete film in over 20 years. To my delight, I discovered the copy I had was the restored version.

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