YouTube will have a cycle of free horror films, in which you will be able to see films belonging to the Universal Monsters group, all also released during the 30s and 40s (via NME).
The Bride of Frankenstein (1935).
If you’ve always wanted to see these celluloid treasures, but never had the chance, this free horror movie series is for you! You will be able to have access to the original Dark Universe (the one that was planned for this century has no longer shown signs of life), with feature films such as Dracula (1931), Frankenstein (1931), The mummy (1932), The invisible man (1933), The Werewolf (1941), The Bride of Frankenstein (1935) and Abbott and Costello Against the Ghosts (1948).
The interesting thing is that all free horror movies will be available from January 15 and on subsequent days. All will remain on the platform for a week until Sunday 23, so there will be a fairly long window of time to give them a chance. However, although the tapes will stay there for several days, what they will have are specific opening times, which we present below (via Xataka México):
Dracula – Premiere 2:00 p.m. The Mummy – 3:30 p.m.
Frankenstein – 14: 00hrs The Bride of Frankenstein – 15: 30hrs
The Invisible Man – 14: 00hrs The Werewolf – 15: 30hrs Abbott and Costello Against the Ghosts – 15: 30hrs
All free horror movies will be available for viewing on the Fear: The home of horror channel. In addition to this, It is known that they will only be presented in English, but the option to generate self-translated subtitles into Spanish will be enabled. In the same way, while the functions are given, there will be links to acquire the films in the increasingly useful digital format.
The werewolf (1941).
And speaking of YouTube having a free horror movie series, we invite you to know the details about the next Dracula reboot, commanded by Karyn Kusama (The Invitation).
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