When I started Monsters After Midnight six years ago. I never realized how much fun it would be and where it would be today. I’m proud of the Monsters After […]
Happy Halloween from Monsters After Midnight!
Dear Monsters After Midnight, My. question is ; Why is it in all the old black-and-white monster movies, they always blamed radiation for making things giant? And how come they […]
Dear Editor: The German silent horror film “Nosferatu,” which was released in 1922. The movie was an unauthorized adaptation of Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel “Dracula” since the studio wasn’t able […]
Halloween week 2013. MONSTERS AFTER MIDNIGHT sponsored a screening of the 1931 Dracula at the Mchenry illinois Theater.
Hunting monsters is not a new concept in the horror movie genre. One of the first monster hunters to grace the silver screen was Abraham Van Helsing, who appeared to […]
Dear Monsters After Midnight. Dwight Frye is one of the best character actors, certainly, of the era, possibly ever. His role as Renfield in 1931’s ‘Dracula’ ism y favorite performance […]
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WELCOME TO THE MONSTER’S AFTER MIDNIGHT MUSEUM! A museum (/mjuːˈziːəm/ mew-ZEE-əm; plural museums or, rarely, musea) is an institution that cares for (conserves) a collection of artifacts and other objects of artistic, cultural, historical, or scientific […]
About the Artist! I began drawing when I was a young child in early elementary school. I continued to focus on art throughout my schooling, receiving a scholarship to […]
Donald Henry Pleasence, born on 5 October 1919 – died on 2 February 1995) He was an English character actor. He was best known film roles included psychiatrist Dr. […]