“Time enough at last.”
Welcome to the Quarantined Critic, the review blog for the sheltered in place.
We’ve suddenly got a lot of time on our sanitized hands.
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In Horror of Dracula, Hammer attempted to repeat the success of The Curse of Frankenstein by reunited Cushing and Lee with director Terence Fisher to tackle Universal’s next most popular monster. This time Cushing would shed the anti-hero mystique of Victor Frankenstein in favor of the classically heroic vampire-slaying Van Helsing and Lee, cast once … Continue Reading Horror of Dracula (1958) October 14th, 2020
We watched The Curse of Frankenstein last October. I’ve forgotten most everything about this movie in the 7 months since. Apparently there’s a nice Warner Archive Blu-ray release available for purchase but I haven’t picked it up and it’s only available to stream on Shudder which doesn’t offer its entire catalog on their Amazon Prime … Continue Reading The Curse of Frankenstein (1957) October 14th, 2020
I walked into Eyes Without a Face with high expectations. Maybe it was the the badass title? Maybe it was the compelling premise? Maybe it was a half remembered quote from a commentary, interview, or a review somewhere where someone said something like “I thought I had seen everything the horror genre had to offer, … Continue Reading Eyes Without a Face (1960) October 13th, 2020
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