Late Reviewer’s Frankenstein Sequel Roundup

As with the Bruce Campbell box set I’ve watched so you don’t have to (that’s unfair, one of those films is objectively brilliant), I thought it would be a bit of fun to have all the Frankenstein franchise Late Reviews in one place with easy links to the individual films.

I’ve also tried to sum each of them up in a sentence too, but included links to each full review which will give you much more info on the films.

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By The Decade: Your Favourite 70s Films

I mentioned in my original piece for this week’s By The Decade that I struggled to whittle down my choices to just seven, and from the replies on Twitter, I’m really glad to see I wasn’t the only one!

There’s been a really outstanding response to #7FromThe70s, with some really great suggestions from a great cinematic decade, and from a few newcomers too, which is always nice.

Thanks so much to everyone who offered up their favourite films from the seventies, and the full list is below…

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By The Decade: 5 From The Fifties

Here we are again then, with the latest By The Decade piece to help expand my cinematic horizons and discover new films from eras I might not be overly familiar with.

Following on from my 3 From The 30s and 4 From The 40s entries, you wonderful readers made loads of great suggestions on films to check out from the 1930s and the 1940s. You might already have noticed I’ve created a special little section of the site so they’re all bunched together, make it easier to find them all in one place too.

Here we go then, with a few of my favourites from the fifties…

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Movie soups and stews

Sometimes, particularly with long-running franchises, it can become difficult to distinguish one entry from another, and they all just sort of mush together into a cinematic soup or stew.

That’s not to say any one entry is especially bad (though that may often be the case), and it’s not even solely down to big name franchises, sometimes just styles and genres of films.

Without further ado then, here are some movie soups that I love, but still get mixed up…

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