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“Frankenstein” (1931): Cinematic Birth of a Monster and Modern

1931’s “Frankenstein,” directed by James Whale, is an indomitable pillar in the canon of horror cinema. Adapted from Mary Shelley’s

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“Murders in the Rue Morgue” (1932): A Dark Ode

The year 1932 bore witness to Universal Studios’ attempt to capture the magic of another horror narrative with “Murders in

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“The Mummy” (1932): Delving into Ancient Shadows and Modern

In the annals of Universal’s horror lineup, “The Mummy” occupies a unique and revered place. Directed by Karl Freund, this

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“The Invisible Man” (1933): A Cinematic Marvel of Science

Amidst the pantheon of Universal Monsters that emerged in the early decades of cinema, “The Invisible Man” (1933) occupies a

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