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Re: IS THERE A MONSTER IN THE HOUSE??????  (reply)
I think that there may be some wealth of material if the monsters were approached with a different point of view. Like the story of 'Mary Reilly' did with Jeckle and Hyde. Stories focused on the unfortunate guy who takes the hapless job...
Universal Horrors

Hoodwink

02/26/13 7:08 PM
Re: Mummy Music  (reply)
Yes. Thanks. It helps very much.
Horror Music

Hoodwink

06/10/10 6:05 PM
Re: Mummy Music  (reply)
Thanks. I just posted over on Horror music also.
Universal Horrors

Hoodwink

06/09/10 11:16 PM
Mummy Music  (topic)
I've always been haunted by the music used in the original Mummy. Not only the theme ( Swan Lake), but the first piece of music for the introduction to present day Cairo,  the music for the flashback to ancient Egypt, plus...
Horror Music

Hoodwink

06/09/10 11:14 PM
Mummy Music  (topic)
I've always been haunted by the music used in the original Mummy. Not only the theme ( Swan Lake), but the first piece of music for the introduction to present day Cairo,  the music for the flashback to ancient Egypt, plus...
Universal Horrors

Hoodwink

06/09/10 10:48 PM
Re: Your favorite horror movie line (reply)
"To a new world of gods and monsters!" BoF But my favorite all time line- Not Universal or Horror-- "What kind of sin could a man commit in a single lifetime to bring this upon himself?" --The Amazing Colossal Man
General Horror and Sci-Fi

Hoodwink

03/11/09 10:18 PM
Re: "THE CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN" (Universal, 1942) (reply)
I've always tingled to Karloff's lines from HOF - " The Skull of the Frankenstein Monster " and "The Brain of the Wolfman"
Universal Horrors

Hoodwink

01/22/09 9:46 PM
Re: A brief note to members (reply)
I don't mind a new question that has been asked before pops up to the top again. I never care if there is a existing thread before. I don't have the time to go through page by page. I like to see what's on someones mind...
Universal Horrors

Hoodwink

01/13/09 4:53 PM
Re: House of D vs. House of F (reply)
HOF has always been my favorite of the two, but HOD has grown more and more. As I get older, I find myself in appreciation of the simple horrors of that period that is now long gone and being open and forgiving to any shortcomings. The...
Universal Horrors

Hoodwink

01/09/09 5:34 PM
Re: What Universal Classic Horror film has the best score? (reply)
The 'Bride' has always be the favorite, but when I listen to 'The Wolfman", I tend to move it to the top. It captures spirit of the 1940's horror. Maybe because this score is partly in a dozen other films since...
Universal Horrors

Hoodwink

11/14/08 6:21 PM