Horror Is Universal: “The Invisible Woman” (1940)

Because why should the men get to have all the fun of being invisible? One thing I really like about the Invisible Man films is how they play with genre, something that the other Universal Horror series haven't really done up to this point. Each one mixes and matches plot and tone elements to create … Continue reading Horror Is Universal: “The Invisible Woman” (1940)

Today on Project Gutenberg #32

Today on Project Gutenberg, we have... The Love That Prevailed by Frank Frankfort Moore Frank Frankfort. It's like his parents wanted to name him Frank twice but they knew that would be weird, so they stuck "-fort" at the end of the second Frank to get away with it. And yes, that really was the … Continue reading Today on Project Gutenberg #32