Universal will showcase their classic collection of monsters via the ‘Fear: The Home of Horror’ Youtube page starting January 15th.
NBCUniversal is planning to rollout a special streaming weekend of the timeless collection of iconic monsters via the Fear: The Home of Horror Youtube channel starting January 15th.
Rolling out seven essential films from the archives, the streaming will begin at 8pm GMT on January 15th, 16th, and 17th with the schedule of films streaming for a full week for free.
On January 15th, fans can revisit the magic of Bela Legosi in the 1931 version of Dracula. Also streaming on the 15th is the 1932 Karl Freund-directed classic in, The Mummy. The next day, is dedicated to Frankenstein with the 1931 original adaptation of the Mary Shelley novel. Also featured on day two is the one of the most revered sequels in cinematic history, The Bride of Frankenstein.
Closing out the weekend of ageless motion pictures, are 1933’s The Invisible Man, the debut of The Wolf Man from 1941, and finally, Abbott And Costello Meet Frankenstein from 1948.
The showcase of the golden are of horror cinema will be made free for fans and each film will stream for a full week on the channel.