This 1936 Universal Pictures horror film is a sequel, taking up exactly where the 1931 Dracula left off. I watched this movie, directed by Lambert Hillyer (The Invisible Ray, the first screen depiction of Batman, and many westerns) on Svengoolie.
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It all started in the 1950s when Harry and Patricia Kislevitz began experimenting with a flexible vinyl material. They had bought rolls of different colored vinyl and simply cut out shapes that they would place on their bathroom walls. They left the vinyl and scissors available so guests could add their own touch. Their friends were intrigued and they knew they were on to something.
I watched the 2010 Warner Bros. animated superhero, direct-to-video, Batman: Under the Red Hood on Netflix DVD. This is the eighth DC Universe Animated Original Movies series and was written by Judd Winick (comic book writer – Batman, Catwoman, Green Arrow, Superman), who also wrote the “Under the Mask” Batman comic run. Jason Todd – the second Robin – is killed by the Joker and comes back as The Red Hood, trying to clean up Gotham in a criminal type way.
I watched this 2015 DC Universe, direct-to-video, animated superhero film on Netflix DVD. This story is partially based on Batman: The Court of Owls story arc written by Scott Snyder and illustrated by Greg Capullo and Jonathan Glapion. Bruce’s son Damian is now going out as Robin and gets involved with the Owl’s assassin Talon. Batman has to go against his own son to solve this mystery. Jason O’Mara is Batman/Bruce Wayne (Life on Mars, Agents of SHIELD),