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https://comicbook.com/movies/news/dracula-wolf-man-mummy-invisible-man-free-streaming-youtube/. The Universal Monsters are some of the most iconic figures in cinematic history, as they have been revived and reimagined over the decades by a number of different creatives, with some of the defining horror films in the series set to launch on YouTube for free on the platform's Fear: The Home of Horror channel, per NME. Starting on January 15th, fans will be able to stream films like Dracula, The Mummy, Frankenstein, and more for a week following their debut, with each of those films also being made available to purchase digitally for a discounted price.
Glad you enjoyed it! It never gets any less funny no matter how many times I watch itOh that's just had me in stitches! Thank you Zebs! What on earth is it from? I am going to bookmark this, because this, combined with the self-kicking cat, is just the thing for one of those 'off' days.
That's pretty terrifying.For nearly one million dollars, you can buy David Hasselhoff's KITT Knightrider car .. and the Hoff will personally deliver it to you ..
For Auction: DAVIDS PERSONAL KITT KNIGHT RIDER CAR (#0010) on Jan 23, 2021 | Diligent Auction Services in CA (liveauctioneers.com)
Failing that, how about a giant body surfing replica of the great man himself? .. if only one existed ..
This giant body-surfing David Hasselhoff could be your new roommate - CNET
If I had Elon Musk type money, I'd buy KITT, have it converted into a voice activated self driving car powered by a smart watch and either adapt an Alexa with a soundalike actor's voice or pay the actor to be on call any time I want to drive it ..Shit man, I think you could buy a couple of Batmobiles for that and have enough left over for a new Corvette.
Thanks for the recommendation - we ordered the books and they arrived a couple of days agoThe guide book to Scarfolk is really worth buying if you can, as is the Scarfolk annual.
I've described it to people as being like an imagining of the dark aspects of being a kid in the 1960's and 1970's as imagined by The League Of gentlemen.
Aww that was lovely, thank you so much for posting that.