The Red Carpet Report team has been covering the Academy’s Screenings of Universal’s “Legacy of Horror” in celebration of their 100th year of movie making. We’ve been meeting with some of the film making legends that we have loved since our youth.
Celebrating 100 Years of Making Movies
Hope you’ll enjoy this look back at the first set of screenings and be sure to get tickets to the next ones – some great films yet to be seen.
Below you’ll see some of the legends of the horror-genre we’ve got to talk to and some great films that were screened at these events.
“The Bride of Frankenstein “ (1935) and ”Dracula “ (1931) Hosted by writer-director Guillermo del Toro best known for being a true aficionado of the horror-genre.
“The Man Who Laughs” (1928) rarely screened “silent” horror film with special guests producer Chris Weitz, and the grandson of producer, Paul Kohner.
“The Wolf Man” (1941) and ”An American Werewolf in London” (1981) with special guests director John Landis, Oscar-winning makeup artist Rick Baker, producer George Folsey, Jr. and actor David Naughton from “An American Werewolf in London.”