Tag: 1930s

Dracula’s Daughter (1936) – By Baron Craze

Dracula’s Daughter, director Lambert Hillyer went to wonderful great lengths to duplicate the look and feel of the original film, likely since it was very successful, and his customary genre had very little to do with horror as it was western films. Thereby using Universal Picture’s rights to Bram Stoker’s story, “Dracula’s Guest” as the…


Freaks (1932) – By Baron Craze

Director Tod Browning, loved and worked at a circus in his youth, he enjoyed and often remarked about the excitement it had to offer, and with success from Dracula (1931) already wanted to show behind the scenes glimpse into this world tricks and talents. He liked the experience to that of movie sets, the friendships…


Dracula (1931) – By Baron Craze

Dracula the name itself is a true icon in not just the horror cinema, but as a whole to all disciplines of entertainment, from novels and comic books, to stage productions, films, music and memorabilia, the role made many famous by donning the cape to addressing themselves as Count Dracula. Universal Pictures interpretation to base…