Heroes of Horror by Ed Davis


Deep within the walls of this Horror Haven, the terrors and horrors of our youth still prowl. You can come equipped with stakes and silver bullets but, you will not need them here. Though the zombies and monsters roam free, Know you are safe…somewhat. ┬áLet’s revisit one of these classic monsters now, maybe the king of them all…

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Monsters & Memories #8: Doctor X (1932) By Ed Davis

Synthetic flesh, Groovy Ghoulies! That’s what it took to make a monster back in 1932. You need to look no farther than the Michael Curtiz directed “Doctor X”. Warner Brothers’ first foray into this expanding genre. It was based on a play (as so many were during this time) of the same name. It was an early Technicolor film, which really gave a comic book feel to the film.

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