Mungle has been thrilled by fangs, gills, warts and hairy faces since seeing images of Dracula, the Wolf Man and Frankenstein's monster
flash across the screen in the movie theater of his tiny hometown of Atoka, Okla.
DRACULA, The Wolf Man and Frankenstein's Monster
hit our screens last night in Van Helsing - a horror thriller that chills to the bone.
Ben Kay and Richard Hill are relatively normal but Martin Johnson wouldn't need make-up to play Frankenstein's monster
and the front row three (Graham Rowntree, Steve Thompson and Phil Vickery) are particularly gruesome.
JEDI: Yoda; CHOICE: ET, The Thing and Boris Karloff as Frankenstein's monster
The movie monsters: Boris Karloff as Frankenstein's monster
and the Mummy; Lon Chaney Sr.
A Frankenstein's monster
doormat greets visitors to Singer's second-floor office this time of year.
Clash of the creatures: A group of monster-loving kids do battle with their idols when Count Dracula, Frankenstein's monster
, the Wolfman and the Mummy come to Earth to search for a powerful amulet.
Bow Group spokesman Mark Nicholson said yesterday: "The chaos of the system shows how much the state bureaucracy has become a Frankenstein's monster
Cowed and conned by the drinks industry, the government has created a Frankenstein's monster
Count Dracula and Frankenstein's monster
, most famously played by BORIS KARLOFF, tied in third place.
The foursome is met by the Igor-like, hunchbacked and dimwitted Dunsbury (Chris Carnicelli) and an awkward, gangly Frankenstein's monster
takeoff, Frankie (Jeremy Di Paolo).
Lon Chaney was starring in the 1941 film North To The Klondike, a departure from his usual roles as the Werewolf, the Mummy or Frankenstein's monster
And that's where Dracula (voiced by Adam Sandler) has decided to throw a birthday party for his daughter Mavis (Selena Gomez), with all the familiar creatures including Frankenstein's monster
, Wolfman and the Mummy on the guest list.
The under fives may enjoy the tepid gags revolving around the A kind Qmummy, Frankenstein's monster
and Quasimodo - but that is hardly a recommendation.
Here, Laughton manages to find shades of lightness and humour in a dark film that would have had Frankenstein's monster
running for cover.