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Remember, kids: don't eat any apples you can shave with!
A rare candid shot of frightening rivals, the Count and Frankie, in a relaxed mood. ...
Goes down easy with a plate of Lily's filet of dragon.
What's more terrifying than cleaning up after a kid whose been loaded with cream cheese ...
Color by DeLuxe: bewitched, bleary, and beet red. The horror...
My favorite scary-sounding title. Too bad the movie doesn't live up to its name.
Believe it or not, James Whales' haunted house spook-tacular still packs a couple of jolts. ...
One of the few legitimately funny Bob Hope vehicles, "The Ghost Breakers." "Photoplay," August, 1940.
"Even a man who is pure in heart and says his prayers by night, may ...
The punchline to Tod Browning's "Mark of the Vampire" is one of the biggest cheats ...
"Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein," "The Film Bulletin," 8-16-48.
Usher's little helper. Brasso! Makes old bodies new!
Plus Selected Shorts!
Sophia Verbiscar: manager, projectionist, and Kensington's answer to Vanna White.
Dean & Jerry are "Scared Stiff!"
I don't know about you, but I like saying "Norma Shearer's pumpkin muff."
Why a Jack-O-Lantern? Halloween, Marx Bros. style, 1937.
The Paramount art department worked overtime on this adorable burlap pumpkin for Clara Bow to ...
Helen Blazes (Sylvia Lewis) welcomes Shemp Howard to hell in the Jules White shocker, "Bedlam ...
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