|Lon Chaney in the Phanton of The Opera|
|Bride of Frankenstein 1935|
|The Mummy 1932|
|The Invisible Man 1933|
|The Wolf Man 1941|
In the late 1950s through the 70s Hammer Horror took over where Universal had left off. Again they specialized in lush stories with a British tinge. The big difference was Hammer Horror appeared in thrilling techni-color with redder then red blood, plenty of gore, and lots of scantily clad females.
|The Curse of Frankenstein 1957|
|Dracula Has Risen From The Grave 1968|