Movie News Super7 Universal Monsters By Max Evry ON October 31, 2018 CS Unboxed: Halloween Haul With Universal Monsters & More! ComingSoon.net is bringing you a special Halloween edition of our premium unboxing video series CS Unboxed, featuring Universal Monsters movies and Halloween Superbuckets from Super7! Check out the video below to see our Halloween Haul! Click here to purchase the Super7 Universal Monsters Superbuckets! Every day is Halloween at Super7 with the Frankenstein and Creature from the Black Lagoon Superbuckets! An officially licensed retro plastic bucket for trick or treaters of all ages, they retail for $20 each. Click here to purchase the Universal Classic Monsters box set! Thirty of the most iconic cinematic masterpieces starring the most famous monsters of horror movie history come together on Blu-ray for the first time ever in the Universal Classic Monsters: Complete 30-Film Collection from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. … [Read more...] about CS Unboxed: Halloween Haul With Universal Monsters & More!
Earlier this year, Super7 announced plans to make classic Universal Monsters retro-style Halloween buckets and even showed off the pre-production samples at the New York Toy Fair. The company has just announced that they will have the Frankenstein and Creature from the Black Lagoon buckets for sale at this year's New York Comic-Con from October 4th through the 7th with each bucket costing a mere $20. In the original announcement, there were Wolfman and The Mummy buckets, but Super7 will only have the Frankenstein and Creature from the Black Lagoon buckets for sale at this time. Both of Super7's 1980s-style Halloween buckets look awesome, but the Creature from the Black Lagoon has a slight edge over Frankenstein's Monster, whichever you prefer. However, The Wolf Man bucket looks the best out of all four when it made its debut through the pre-production samples. It's unclear if Super7 has completely ditched the Wolfman and Mummy buckets, or if they'll be available at a later date, … [Read more...] about Universal Monsters Get Turned Into Retro Halloween Buckets for NYCC
Halloween is right around the corner, so why not kick off the spookiest season of all with the Universal Monsters Blu-ray box set? This whopping 30-film collection has some of the best classic horror movies ever made, together for the first time on Blu-ray. And here’s the best part: we’re giving one away for free. As we reported earlier this week, Universal has gathered all their ghouls and monsters together for a new 30-film box set. Now, we have a chance for you to win that box set – for free. In addition to the films, the box set contains “a 48-page collectible book filled with behind-the-scenes stories and rare production photographs and is accompanied by an array of bonus features including behind-the-scenes documentaries, the 1931 Spanish version of Dracula, Featurettes on Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney Jr., and Jack Pierce, 13 expert feature commentaries, archival footage, production photographs, theatrical trailers and more. The perfect gift for … [Read more...] about Contest: Win a Universal Monsters Blu-ray Box Set
3 minutes ago Before Marvel Comics brought their characters to the screen or Star Wars made spinoffs, the first "cinematic universe" was made up of Universal monster movies. Recently, Universal had the idea to bring these classic characters back with something it called the Dark Universe. However, the plan has hit numerous setbacks over the last year since The Mummy was released in theaters, making us question whether or not it would ever actually become a universe at all. The last thing that we heard was that the Dark Universe was potentially being "reconfigured" but it seems that perhaps the franchise sees some light at the end of the tunnel. Artist Robert Vargas recently posted to Instagram that he met with the Dark Universe team at Universal and it appears he'll be contributing in some fashion, which means things there are apparently moving forward. According to Vargas... The Dark Universe got off on a bad foot with only $80 million in domestic box office receipts last summer … [Read more...] about Universal’s Dark Universe Might Not Be Done After All
In which a cult classic and its fanbase get the documentary they deserve. By Scott Wampler Apr. 19, 2018 Disclosure: Andre Gower's Wolfman's Got Nards features talking-head testimonials from a few people I consider pals. Didn't impact my opinion of the film, but if that sort of thing matters to you - now you know! I remember everything about the first time I saw The Monster Squad. I remember being excited when my mother announced we were going (I was huge into monsters at the time), I remember having a last-minute anxiety attack on the drive over (what if it was too scary??), I remember the theater where we saw the film (the long-since vanished Loews Chisholm in Plano, Texas), and I remember how drunk in love I was by the time the credits rolled. I didn't have much context for Fred Dekker's film - I'd seen only a few horror movies by that point, all of which were mild by comparison - but I knew I was crazy about it. Inspired, even: a few weeks … [Read more...] about Review: WOLFMAN’S GOT NARDS Is A Love Letter To MONSTER SQUAD Fans