His and Her Reviews: Exploring the Mummies

His: The Mummy is one of the classic Universal Horror monsters, and the only one that did not have preexisting source material for writers to draw from in crafting the original film back in 1932. This particular film was an opportunity for Boris Karloff to inhabit another character for Universal, although this time he was…

His and Hers Reviews: The Invisible Man

His: The Invisible Man is a 1933 Universal Science Fiction/Horror Film widely praised as a classic. Starring Claude Rains and Gloria Stuart, the film follows Dr. Jack Griffin (Rains) through his maniacal quest to cure himself of invisibility he caused on himself. The film is another Universal collaboration with director James Whale, but lacks the…

His and Her Reviews: Dracula (1931)

His: For the unindoctrinated, there is a rock band called Steel Panther that started in Hollywood, California that is probably the greatest parody band of all time. Their schtick is that they don’t know that the ‘80s are over, and they continue to churn out hilariously good hair metal. I would argue that they are…

His and Her Reviews: Ghosts Like It Hot

His: The Ghost Breakers is a film starring Bob Hope and Paulette Goddard from 1940 that follows the exploit of a radio show host and an heiress to Cuba. Normally these reviews would follow a format where the story, acting, and scenery are discussed, but this film requires a deviation. Instead we will explore the…

His and Hers Reviews: Send in the KLOWNS

His: There is a certain charm that certain B-List films can take on. Ed Wood’s Plan 9 from Outer Space has a level of camp and fun to it that make it, arguably, one of the best bad movies ever made. This reviewer has an affinity for those films that truly take the cake with…