Tags : Boris Karloff

The Raven (1935) Review

“Every picture should have a purpose, preferably a high one. Any concentration upon Murder as Murder can only kill the films themselves. But it is difficult to speculate as to what intention, other than the stimulation of a low morbid interest, can be behind such a production as The Raven’… Here is a film of […]Read More

Boris Karloff & Bela Lugosi 3 DVD Bundle Competition

Courtesy of our friends at Altitude Films we have not one but TWO brilliant competitions for you the first of which is to win a set of three classic horrors all pairing two legendary iconic 1930’s actors Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi better known as the original Frankenstein and Dracula. The Black Cat The first […]Read More

FRANKENSTEIN CHARITY SCREENING

In a one off charity fundraising event, Chennai Challenge presents a screening of the original 1931 version of Frankenstein, directed by James Whale and starring Boris Karloff in the chilling cult film.Read More