A treasure from the 1930s, Shudder acquisition "The Old Dark House" is mandatory watching for fright fans.
Aaron Fulcher's frightfully adorable "Little Monsters" are so cute we could die!
Dress up in one of these killer new shirts, grab a print for the wall or grab the IceScream pin for the summer.
Rep new "Universal Monsters" and "They Live" designs.
The original The Invisible Man (1933) contains a lot of comedy absent from the other famous monsters’ films. However, even within these “gags” and any of the silliest interpretations, they’ve provided a much-needed groundwork for Whannell’s version to be realized. Despite any joke, The Invisible Man is the most horrifying Universal Monster because he represents real terror… the immunity of privilege.