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John Patrick White,
.of two 45mn shorts with no relation whatsoever : first, a Frankenstein story, then, a werewolf story. Both are extremely classical, but well-paced, considering the short amount of time, with a B-movie esthetics typical of Full Moon movies. Considering the low amount of violence, this would be a good introduction to the classics for Harry-potter kiddies fans, hoping to have them switch on to the Universal/Hammer classics.
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