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In Theaters Now Reviews: The Wolfman


  • Herculano Fecteau 6 years ago

    The original "Wolf Man" was not a Hammer film. It was made by Universal, during the early, golden era of black and white horror films: Dracula, Frankenstein, The Invisible Man, The Mummy, the Creature from the Black Lagoon, and all of their spinoffs. Hammer is best known for its glossy, gory, sex-soaked reinterpretations of the Dracula story -- with wonderful performances, of course, by Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing. The Boston Horror Film Examiner ought to examine his grasp on silver screen history a little more carefully.

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