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Identity Ten strangers with secrets are brought together in a savage rainstorm: Relief in finding shelter is quickly replaced with fear as the ten travelers begin to die, one by one. But also, up til this one, Strange's monster has been a non factor in his movies until the end.
While not the first horror-comedy hybrid film, its one of the most significant ones. This opened the door for some more comedic takes on more familiar territory. One thing I appreciate from it a lot is some of the filmmaking here that I think could go lost on the untrained eye. There are fantastic sequences here of something I'll refer to as "comedy suspense".
When Wilbur Costello goes into the Wolf Man's hotel room to check on something and procrastinates on taking an apple while we all know the Wolf Man is around ready to pounce is terrific. Its a situation where you both laugh, but are tense hoping the man isn't mauled by the Wolf Man.
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This is my favorite one of those moments, but many of them play throughout the film and I feel like this is one of the biggest early examples of where this sort of scenario was used in film. And its done quite well. A team up for the ages, this is a film I've enjoyed since my youth. I probably saw it before I saw most of the rest of the Universal Monster movies. I and apparently Universal consider it to be a piece of the canon and final film for the Frankenstein, Dracula and Wolf Man storylines.
Yes, it doesn't pick up a lick of continuity from the previous film, but does adhere to the rules, returns cast members and could easily fit the setting. This is also franchise horror, which would be none for loose continuity, revisionist parts and redoes. So yeah, why not, Frankenstein 8, Dracula 6 and Wolf Man 5.
That what it was always called and referred to when I was growing up and its what their comedy troupe was called. I dunno when the pretentious change happened, but I'm sticking with what I'm familiar.
The film is definitely a good romp for kids, and I think adults with a nice childish sense of humor like myself can find the fun in it, too.
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The Mummy and Invisible Man would each get another turn at bat following this, but Universal took a different direction with the monsters in the 50s, evolving to something new, so this one last tip of the hat was a fun farewell to a terrific 17 year run for Frankenstein and the rest of the monsters. Thought we were done? Not yet Posted by.