"", of course, being part 1.
All right, so, last year, I of course covered, , , and
Then, in the post, I filled in the gaps, and did Hunchback, Phantom Of The Opera, Jekyll/Hyde, Mummy, Invisible Man, Creature From The Black Lagoon, then, brought it all the way up to Norman Bates ("Psycho"), the shark(s) from "Jaws", the dinosaurs from "Jurassic Park", and
Well, I left some out.That post really, really, burnt me out, and I really, really, wanted it over with, so, I thought was a good enough note to end it on.
But, finally, here's the rest.
THE LEECH WOMAN (1960)
Really? The whole "women drain you of your essence", myth?Yeah, a misogyny fable, no wonder that one didn't become a beloved classic...
Although, it was used as MST3K fodder.
THE BIRDS (1963)
AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON (1981)
See , and .
THE THING (1982)
See , and
DARKMAN TRILOGY (1990-1996)
ARMY OF DARKNESS (1993)
See , and
DAWN OF THE DEAD (2004)
KING KONG (2005)
People have always lumped him in, now it's official.
HELLBOY II: THE GOLDEN ARMY (2008)
And, now, to bookend it, and update Drac n' Frank...
Previous updates , and
DRACULA: THE DARK PRINCE (2013)
Straight to video.Jon Voight's the only celebrity.
I' FRANKENSTEIN (2014)
The Monster is immortal, and has made it up to modern day, and is a monster slayer.Done up all slick, and hip, by the people who did "".Ehhh...
Oh, and Roberto Orci says , that Universal is keen to not only reboot the monsters, but put them together in new monster-mashes, and compares it to "".
I kind of half-predicted it by jokingly comparing them
And...not Universal, but, fuck it, I don't want to do a separate post...
So, I guess this also picks up from "".
And, the trailer's out there, but keeps getting pulled, so, no point in linking it.
But, it's fucking jaw dropping, and goosebump raising.Find it.
And there, all up to date as of 2013.