New Drawings and Drive-In movies

Posted by Cliff Robertson on Friday, August 7, 2009

I’ve been busy and posted A few more drawings.  The drawing titled “Book Demon” was inspired by Japanese horror comics.  He’s an assembled creature: hooves, feathers on the shoulders and horns –a bad ass!

I also added a drive-in movie section.   Here you can find good clips and movie trailers of classic monster movies.  Yeah, I know: it would have been hard to have seen Dracula in a drive-in movie theater since Bela Lugosi’s movie was made in 1931 and drive-ins came into use in the 1950’s.  I guess I can be as historically accurate as Tim Burtin’s Ed Wood movie or I can say it was a re-release!

I want to work on a movie list guide to classic monster movies, but it might end up being a huge database!  I would start with the silent movies and focus on the main monsters (Dracula, Frankenstein’s Monster…).  It would be chorological, however I would like to include notable remakes or companion movies that would be best seen after seeing the original.  Case-in-point:  Nosferatu would by followed 2000’s Shadow of the Vampire and the 1979 remake “Nosferatu the Vampyre”.   And Boris Karloff’s Frankenstein would by followed by Young Frankenstein.


Tags: drive-in movies; classic monsters; monster drawings 
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New Drawings and Drive-In movies

Posted by Cliff Robertson on Friday, August 7, 2009

I’ve been busy and posted A few more drawings.  The drawing titled “Book Demon” was inspired by Japanese horror comics.  He’s an assembled creature: hooves, feathers on the shoulders and horns –a bad ass!

I also added a drive-in movie section.   Here you can find good clips and movie trailers of classic monster movies.  Yeah, I know: it would have been hard to have seen Dracula in a drive-in movie theater since Bela Lugosi’s movie was made in 1931 and drive-ins came into use in the 1950’s.  I guess I can be as historically accurate as Tim Burtin’s Ed Wood movie or I can say it was a re-release!

I want to work on a movie list guide to classic monster movies, but it might end up being a huge database!  I would start with the silent movies and focus on the main monsters (Dracula, Frankenstein’s Monster…).  It would be chorological, however I would like to include notable remakes or companion movies that would be best seen after seeing the original.  Case-in-point:  Nosferatu would by followed 2000’s Shadow of the Vampire and the 1979 remake “Nosferatu the Vampyre”.   And Boris Karloff’s Frankenstein would by followed by Young Frankenstein.


Tags: drive-in movies; classic monsters; monster drawings 
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