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Bride of Frankenstein (1985) by Mary Shelley; Universal Pictures

What if Bride of Frankenstein was made in the 1980's?

The Wolf Man (1981) by Universal Pictures

What if The Wolf Man was made in the 1980s?

Frankenstein (1981) by Mary Shelley

What if Frankenstein was made in the 1980's?

Dracula (1981) by Bram Stoker

What if Dracula was made in the 1980's?

Monster Mash! (1945) by Universal Pictures

All the Universal Monsters including King Kong finally meet together for an epic fight to the finish!

Untitled Van Helsing Sequel by Stephen Sommers

Saw a different listing for a Van Helsing sequel and it gave me an idea. I picture this as the the ultimate monster movie/literary mash-up set in the same universe as the original. *Added Rodney Skinner (the The League of Extraordinary Gentleman version of the Invisible Man) with the idea that he would be a cameo appearance. (LXG is another movie that may not have been very well reviewed but I think is a fun movie that has the same tone as VH. Tony Curran as Skinner is one of the best parts of that flick.)

Sega vs. Image by Sega, Nickelodeon, Disney, and Universal

The world's fastest hedgehog and the heroes in a half shell bring their worlds, friends, foes, items, and third party guests for friendly (or not) showdowns.

House of Dracula by Eric C. Kenton, Edward T. Lowe, Curt Siodmark, Mary Shelley, Bram Stroker

Dr. Edelman: What are you doing here? Who are you? Count Dracula: I am Baron Latos. I have come to you for help. Dr. Edelman: It's five o'clock in the morning. Count Dracula: I must apologize for the intrusion. But travel is very difficult for me, and I've come a long way. Dr. Edelman: I don't understand. Count Dracula: Perhaps you will, after you've led me to the basement room of this castle. Dr. Edelman: Eh - a very strange request. This castle is my home! Count Dracula: Have no fear, doctor. Had conditions permitted, I would have presented myself …

House of Frankenstein by Eric C. Kenton, Edward T. Lowe, Curt Siodmark, Mary Shelley, Bram Stroker

Daniel: Could Frankenstein have made me like other men? Dr. Gustav Niemann: He gave life to a body that he made from parts of other bodies that had died. Yes, Daniel, he could have made you like other men.

Frankenstein Meets The Wolf Man by Curt Siodmak, George Waggner, Mary Shelley

Dr. Frank Mannering: I can't do it! I can't destroy Frankenstein's creation. I've got to see it at its full power. Maleva: He is not insane. He simply wants to die.

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