Robert Louis Stevenson
by John Gholson
The Walking Dead, Directed by Michael Curtiz, 1936 Synopsis: A career criminal (Boris Karloff) is brought back from the dead via experimental science after being unjustly executed for a crime he didn't commit. My Thoughts:...
by Christopher Campbell
Here's a word of advice to studios thinking of making their own hip adaptation of a literary classic: don't bother. Why not? Because producer Lionel Wigram is just going to come along and develop (or is already developing) a...
by Alison Nastasi
A contemporary re-imagining of Robert Louis Stevenson's Jekyll and Hyde? Ok, I'm in. There have been over 120 film adaptations of the story, but none of them included mad man Abel Ferrara until now. Bloody-Disgusting reported...