The Monster Club is a film that doesn’t feel like it belongs in the 80s. Maybe it’s the classic horror stars like Vincent Price and John Carradine who owned the genre from the early 40s onward. Maybe it’s the gothic tone that the British were known for in the 50s and 60s. Maybe it’s the reliance on the old Hollywood movie monsters like wolfmen, ghouls, and vampires. It’s like the last call of all these classic elements trying to stay relevant in a time where Jason Vorhees and Michael Meyers were turning the genre on its head. It just doesn’t belong, but maybe that’s why it’s so endearing.
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