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Night of Dark Shadows (reviewed by Lisa Marie Bowman)

  Since I reviewed House of Dark Shadows yesterday, it only makes sense to take a look at 1971’s Night of Dark Shadows today! While Night of Dark Shadows is not a direct sequel to the first film, it is still definitely a part of the same cinematic universe.  There may not be any vampires in […]

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House of Dark Shadows (reviewed by Lisa Marie Bowman)

There’s a lot that you can say about this vampire film from 1970 but I think it can all be summed up with one word: relentless. A lot of this is because House of Dark Shadows is a film adaptation of a daytime drama.  Over the course of six sesons, Dark Shadows ran for a […]

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Werewolf of Washington (reviewed by Lisa Marie Bowman)

First released in 1973, The Werewolf of Washington is one of those obscure films that always seems to pop up in Mill Creek box sets.  That’s largely because Werewolf of Washington has slipped into the public domain and anyone can release and sell a copy of it.  (It’s also been uploaded to YouTube by a […]