|Tip 1: Dress for success.|
I know, I know. Ed, isn’t Universal’s werewolf monster the Wolfman? That’s right Aloysius. The Wolfman is Universal’s marquee canine creature but he is not their only one. Their first attempt at a werewolf movie was this little diddy. (Why did I call you Aloysius? I don’t know. Who cares?) Let me reiterate up front that this is not a critique of the film. I liked it just fine. My goal for these posts is to discuss each movie in terms of how it serves and develops the franchise. My best guess as to why we didn’t see more of this character is because the film borrows elements from many other franchises but does not have enough unique pieces to stand out from the pack.
|Tip 2: Never bring your work home.|
|Tip 3: Tip Bartenders well and they'll share secrets.|
Next week, Bela Lugosi does not return but we will get to meet Dracula’s Daughter.
Edward O’Hare, nickname TBD, has been poking around the deep caverns of pop culture for some years now. His hobbies include making Starfleet org charts and badgering people who haven’t seen the Adventures of Captain Marvel movie serial from 1941. He one day dreams of teaching Bill Simmons that superheroes and pro athletes are not all that different.