Horror Is Universal: “Dracula’s Daughter” (1936)

Again with the vampires! Since the sequel to Frankenstein turned out so well, it was only natural for Universal to also make a follow-up to their other monster hit from 1931. You may notice a similarity to Bride right off the bat -- namely, the premise of a female counterpart to the original film's antagonist. … Continue reading Horror Is Universal: “Dracula’s Daughter” (1936)

Today on Project Gutenberg #19

Hello again! I hope all my readers are still in good health. With this sudden new emphasis on "social distancing" due to coronavirus concerns, it may be a bit disheartening to see our most prominent sources of entertainment being delayed or shut down one by one. But fear not! If you're desperately looking for something … Continue reading Today on Project Gutenberg #19