Category Archives: Movies

Non-Productive.com’s Civil War Round Table!

Listen in as friendships are thrown out the helicarrier window as the geeks at NonPro take on Marvel‘s latest blockbuster movie event: CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR.

Horror Film Countdown: The Mummy (1932)

The Mummy (1932), dir. Karl Freund, Universal Pictures Ten year before the Mummy hit theaters, America was in a pop culture obsession with Ancient Egypt. The tomb of King Tut…

Horror Film Countdown: Frankenstein (1931)

Frankenstein (1931), dir. James Whale, Universal Pictures With Dracula earning record profits, Universal opted to cash in on the horror craze with another adaptation of a classic novel, this time…

Why You Should See Interstellar, Today

Before you begin reading what I’m sure will be a rambling and only slightly coherent post, please be aware of the following things: First of all this post is titled…

Horror Film Countdown: Dracula (1931)

Dracula (1931), dir. Tod Browning, Universal Pictures Considered by some to be the first ‘proper’ Universal Horror film, or at least the first to establish some popular elements of the…

Horror Film Countdown: The Cat and the Canary (1927)

The Cat and the Canary (1927), dir. Paul Leni, Universal Pictures With this we move into another genre of horror. We’ve seen madmen, vampires, Frankenstein, but now we see a…

Horror Film Countdown: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1912)

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1912), dir. Lucius Henderson, Thanhouser Compnay. While not the first film adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s famed story, this is the oldest surviving copy. Like…

Horror Film Countdown: Wolf Blood (1925)

Wolf Blood (1925), dir. Bruce Mitchell and George Chesebro, Ryan Brothers Production/Lee-Bradford Corporation. While not the first werewolf film (that would be 1913’s The Werewolf), this is the oldest surviving…

Horror Film Countdown: Nosferatu (1922)

Nosferatu, (1922), dir. F.W. Murnau, Film Arts Guild Technically not the first vampire film, as that honor would go to the 1921 Hungarian film The Death of Dracula, but this…

Horror Film Countdown: Frankenstein (1910)

Frankenstein (1910), dir. James Searle Dawley, Edison Manufacturing Company The first adaptation of Mary Shelly’s famed novel sets the bar. Not very high, mind you, as the film is barely…