That’s right…the crazed sequels! You think studios these days want to make a quick buck? Back in the day they were some quick bucks.
Okay, so…you thought Jason X was wacky…in 1942’s Invisible Agent, the grandson of the original Invisible Man, takes on the Axis! Well? Wouldn’t you?
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And here’s She-Wolf of London, which has absolutely nothing to do with the original Wolf Man, except that it involves werewolves and was made at Universal. Hey, does that star June Lockhart from Lost in Space? Why yes. Yes, it does.
And yes, the sequel to Dracula: Dracula’s Daughter!
And yes, Revenge of the Creature, as the Gill Man is back to kick a little ass:
- Invisible Agent is available on the Invisible Man Legacy Collection DVD from Universal. Click here to buy it from Amazon.
- She-Wolf of London is available on the Wolf Man Legacy Collection DVD from Universal. Click here to buy it from Amazon.
- Dracula’s Daughter is available on the Dracula Legacy Collection DVD from Universal. Click here to buy it from Amazon.
- Revenge of the Creature is available on the Creature From the Black Lagoon Legacy Collection DVD from Universal. Click here to buy it from Amazon.