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   15 Movies to watch this Halloween

                                By Curtis Hielema

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Dracula (1931)
Classic Horror, Universal Monsters

Directed by Tod Browning

1931 Universal Pictures Count Dracula sails to England and preys on Mina.

The story of the strangest Passion the world has ever known!

Unrated

Curtis    

If you're into horror movies or film in general, you have to watch Dracula. It can be difficult for some people to be able to watch movies from the 1930's as they can be slow paced, and just very unusual if you not familiar with film from that time period. Universal Monster movies are a good way to introduce younger kids to scary movies, and they are good to watch in the background while you are having friends over or working on something else.

You can see more information about Dracula here.


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