Tue, 11 November 2014
Before Abbott and Costello stepped in, House of Dracula (dir. Erle C. Kenton) marked the end of the stores of Universal's Frankenstein's Monster, Dracula, and the Wolf Man. Does it bring all these characters' sagas to a satisfying close? Find out in thie episode of Monster Kid Radio as Frank Dietz continues his visit with Derek to talk about this movie, a little more about House of Frankenstein, and all things in between. Plus, we have is a favorite Universal monster film at the House of Frank Dietz. This week on Monster Kid Radio, Frank and Derek discuss their impressions of this 1944 follow-up to . . . pretty much every Frankenstein, Wolf Man, and Dracula film up to that point. Plus, feedback! Be sure to visit our complete website at http://www.monsterkidradio.net, and don't forget our Wiki Campaign!
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