Such a wonderful blog. What fantastic images!Johnny LoveLoveManor.com
I can't tell you nhow much I love your image captures. You really have a talent for expressing the mood and the architecture of these movies.Thank you for passing on the pleasure!
You can see the German Expressionist set design was having an influence in the States. Great images :o)
i absolutely love this film. great job with the still captures kk.
Fantastic images from a brilliant movie that I feel often gets overlooked in all the praise for the original and "Bride." One of my favorite Bela Lugosi performances bar none, so different from his cosmopolitan, sexy vampire persona, but nonetheless effective. And those sets--man, those sets! Thanks for this one.
I love the design in this film. Here is a capture of the lab:http://www.flickr.com/photos/verbunkos/2214330063/in/set-72157603698265542/
Recorded this film off the telly on ye olde VHS when I was a child, and it was of the films, along with the Terror of Mechagodzilla I watched over and over again. Bela plays Ygor, who's neck was broken in the Noose at the end of "Bride", I remember the sound it made when he tapped it, to let you know it was actually broken and he was actually still alive.
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