Dark Universe Isn’t Respectful of the Monsters, Says John Landis
Director John Landis says Universal Pictures’ new Dark Universe isn’t being respectful to the studios classic movie monsters of yesteryear. Landis, of course, has long been a fixture in Hollywood, directing such classic films as Animal House, The Blues Brothers, and An American Werewolf in London – all for Universal.
Also the director of Michael Jackson’s landmark extended music video for the hit ‘Thriller’ – and an author chronicling the history of horror films in Hollywood with the 2011 book Monsters in the Movies – Landis has well-established himself an expert on the subject, and he’s making his feelings known about his former studio home’s direction of its monster-themed Dark Universe.
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