Ahem. Yes. After some delay I am back and so is the horror. Please, try not to cry. Here we go!
John Carradine plays an artist who murders the women who sit for his paintings.
This is a PRC picture which means it should be awful, but it's not. It's actually pretty good. I'd go so far as to recommend it unironically, and I don't do that with many movies in this project.
Bela Lugosi plays a mad scientist who uses the vital fluids of young women to keep his wife alive and beautiful.
An interesting revision of the vampire story. I can't remember much about the movie though.
Boris Karloff returns for his final performance as the detective Mr. Wong. A shipping tycoon is found shot to death in his office after one of his ships catches fire and sinks.
Not as good at The Fatal Hour, this one drags a little bit. It's fun to note how often Wong has to break the law to solve the mystery. Ends with a disappointing revelation of guilt, but it's okay until then.
The dead walk! The classic film that redefined our idea of zombies. Fantastic.
Next time, Disc 8: Lon Chaney, Lon Chaney, Lon Chaney Jr., Max Shreck and none of them talking.