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More Great Moments in Movie History, Using Stick Figures

Back by lukewarm demand, it’s “Great Moments in Movie History, Using Stick Figures”!

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Five Scary Breakfast Cereals

Everybody knows Count Chocula, Booberry, and Frankenberry. Some people even know about the Fruit Brute and the Yummy Mummy. Are there any other scary cereals? Yes. Yes, there are.

1. Frosted Brains

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The Wolf Man: Universal Pictures’ Alpha Dog

Each studio had their niche in the early days of Hollywood. For Universal Pictures, it was horror. Over a span of two decades, they banged out one horror icon after another- Frankenstein, Dracula, Bride of Frankenstein, The Invisible Man, The Wolf Man, and finally The Creature from the Black Lagoon. These creature features were smart, they were well written, they were horrific to 1930’s and 40’s movie-goers, they used excellent source material, and they had a heavy influence on later films (more on this later). They were all fantastic. But in an earlier entry, I referenced The Wolf Man as my favorite classic monster flick from Universal. Here’s why: Continue reading

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Great Moments in Movie History: The Invisible Man

We’re inching closer and closer to Halloween. And that means it’s time to celebrate the Universal Studios horror classics. Here’s “The Invisible Man”.

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