Classic Monster Collection

A triple bill of iconic horror: Boris Karloff's Frankenstein's monster, Bela Lugosi's Dracula and Lon Chaney Jr's Wolfman. Admittedly creaky, these black-and-white chillers from the '30s and '40s still boast amazing gothic sets, mesmerising atmosphere and some riveting performances. More enchanting than scary, the best of them—James Whale's 1931 Frankenstein—appears here in its uncut form.

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A triple bill of iconic horror: Boris Karloff’s Frankenstein’s monster, Bela Lugosi’s Dracula and Lon Chaney Jr’s Wolfman. Admittedly creaky, these black-and-white chillers from the ’30s and ’40s still boast amazing gothic sets, mesmerising atmosphere and some riveting performances. More enchanting than scary, the best of them?James Whale’s 1931 Frankenstein?appears here in its uncut form.

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