Tag: Frankenstein

Library of Congress Restores 1910 ‘Frankenstein’ Short Film, Makes Video Available for Free

I've never been more proud to be a taxpayer! The Library of Congress has been involved in numerous important projects related to the preservation of film, but none hit closer to home...

Remembering Stan Lee’s Influence on the Horror Comic

Stan Lee's influence on pop culture can not be understated.  The late writer made characters such as Spider-Man, Thor, and Iron Man household names and his fame and notoriety shot into the...

Super 7 Displays Exclusive Horror Toys at New York Comic Con

Horror News Network was on site at Day One of the 2018 New York Comic Con to bring you the hottest horror toys on display at the show! Super 7 brought a...

IFC Films Releases Trailer for Upcoming ‘Mary Shelley’ Movie Starring Elle Fanning

The story of the summer of 1816 and the challenge which led Mary Shelley to write her classic novel, Frankenstein, is just as interesting and incredible as the novel itself. The fateful storm...

Women in Horror Month Spotlight on Mary Shelley

While kicking off Women in Horror Month, I would feel a bit remiss if I did not to recognize the contributions of the most influential women in horror history, Mary Shelley.  2018...

‘Bride of Frankenstein’ Release Date Set for Valentine’s Day 2019

Coming February 14, 2019 is a match not quite made in heaven with Bride of Frankenstein, the latest entry to the cinematic Dark Universe from Universal Pictures. With the release of The Mummy...

Phantom of the Opera, The Hunchback of Notre Dame Joining Dark Universe?

Dark Universe is reportedly growing even larger.  Alex Kurtzman, the directory of DU's first official entry The Mummy, recently let slip that two previously-unannounced movies will be released in Universal's grand monster...

The Mummy to Kick Off Universal’s Dark Universe Franchise

To a new world of gods and monsters.....and now to a new cinematic universe as well.  In an effort to replicate the success of DC and Marvel, Universal Pictures has branded a...
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‘The Invisible Man’ Director Leigh Whannell To Helm ‘Wolfman’

Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions are going with a proven horror commodity to guide the fate of their Wolfman remake: Leigh Whannell, director of the box...

Quibi Announces ‘Tomie’ Series From Alexandre Aja

What a wild twenty-four hours it has been for actress Adeline Rudolph. Just yesterday Netflix announced that they had cancelled the Chilling of Adventures...

‘Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula’ Gets Theatrical Release Date

There's a reason that 2016's Train to Busan made it on to my list of the "Top 20 Horror Films of the Past 5...