This week's films have included IT FOLLOWS, ( which I quite liked. Unusual, with a really creepy atmosphere), and a couple of the old Universal and Hammer epics I've been revisiting. Even as kids watching SHOCK THEATRE on Friday nights, we considered stuff like FRANKENSTEIN MEETS THE WOLFMAN pretty lame, but looking at it today, it actually has more imagination and dreamlike atmosphere that a lot of fancy modern horrors. BRIDES OF DRACULA was really handsome-looking, too, especially considering how low-budget these films were. I'm rather curious about the lead bloodsucker, David Peel. 'Count Karnstein' seems to have been his only leading role, and he quit acting immediately afterwards to become an art dealer. He only lived to 61, and was probably gay. That is all. There doesn't seem to be any other information on him.Strange. He certainly had an excellent voice, anyway.