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David Colton is a journalist by trade and a long-time horror fan by night. He is a founder of the "Classic Horror Film Boards" (established 1995 at AOL), and organizer of the annual Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards, which are devoted to excellence in horror research, scholarship and film preservation. Colton's "Classic Horror Film Boards" can be found at https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/monsterkidclassichorrorforum/

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Is the moderator of a forum for fans of all kinds of horror movies, the "Classic Horror Film Board", which he co-created.

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[discussing Dracula (1931) vs Drácula (1931)] I find the Spanish version almost impossibly tedious while Browning's version, although itself slow, is far more watchable and fun. (...) After hearing all those years how superior the Spanish Dracula is, I was disappointed when I finally saw it. (...) The American version seems to me clearly the better experience.
Is there any evidence at all that Tod Browning had anything approaching a sense of humor? True, his films are warped and twisted, with freaks and amputees, a guy who eats flies, a midget in a dress, Lon Chaney in a dress, tiny devil dolls and such, so he did have a perverse take on things. But comedy, satire and parody seem way beyond him. The laughs in Dracula -- and there are a few -- surely come from the play or the screenplay and not Browning's brow

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