Review: When Animals Dream, embracing a monster

When Animals Dream marks Jonas Alexander Arnby’s feature film debut and it’s a fascinating low budget effort that meanders through a slow-burning story of acceptance from within. Monsters have been crawling throughout cinematic history for a very long time, especially that of the werewolf variety, so standing out from the pack has never been harder. And that’s what makes Arnby’s When […]

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Jason Edmiston’s ‘Dracula’ Process Photos

Some of my favorite pieces at Mondo’s recent Universal Monsters gallery was done by brilliant artist Jason Edmiston. If you’re a regular visitor to Rhino’s Horror then you have no doubt seen his work featured on here many times. His Dracula piece in particular is absolutely stunning and shows exactly why Edmiston is a master at […]

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Len Wiseman’s ‘Mummy’ Gets A Fascinating Re-imagining

It’s no secret by now that Len Wiseman will be directing the upcoming remake of Universal’s The Mummy. With the Mummy being one of Universal’s most prized monsters it’s been a big mystery as to which direction Wiseman and the studio planned on taking the remake. Now, we’ve learned a few more details regarding his next big […]

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Paul McGuigan To Bring ‘Frankenstein’ Back To The Big Screen

Lucky Number Slevin director Paul McGuigan has been given the reins to bring Frankenstein back to life now that Shawn Levy is out. I guess what happened was that Levy’s version of Frankenstein was just too damn expensive for Fox, which is no surprise because it was upwards of $80 million. Per Variety, “Levy wanted […]

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