26 October 2005

SWH: 2005 (23)

May (2002)
Undoubtably appeals to misfit teen girls everywhere; still fairly unique and fairly well-made. (7/10)

Dracula (1931)
Chops the story into an almost incomprehensible mash, but Bela is the frickin' man. (7/10)

The Road to Dracula (1999)
Carla Laemmle is a treasure; documentary is what its title implies. (8/10)

Frankenstein (1931)
Excellent actors and a genius director combine to make the first intelligent horror movie. (8/10)

The Frankenstein Files: How Hollywood Made a Monster (1999)
Could've used more on Colin Clive, but otherwise a nice documentary. (7/10)

Boo (1932)
Frightfully unfunny; Nosferatu footage instead of Universal's own Dracula? (4/10)