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Posted by iHorror on Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Hello horror fans, and welcome to our new series. “This Day in Horror History” will focus on the people and events that have shaped our favorite genre.

It’s January 1st, 2018; let’s get started on our walk down horror memory lane!

Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, or The Modern Prometheus is published January 1, 1818

It terrified and astounded its first readers and has gone on to inspire a whole host of films, and to think it was first published 200 years ago today from a small publishing house in London with no real expectations. Shelley’s story explored what it means to be a man, what makes a man a monster, and just how similar those two things can be!

Frank Langella born January 1, 1938

Whether you know him as Count Dracula in Dracula (1979) or as the villain Skeletor from the campy genre classic Masters of the Universe (1987), it’s undeniable that Frank Langella made a lasting mark on the horror genre. The classically trained actor brings a sense of weight and dignity to each of his roles and his version of the mysterious vampiric Count Dracula remains a fan favorite to this day!

Dana DeLorenzo born January 1, 1983

Brash, intelligent, ass-kicking Dana DeLorenzo will forever be Kelly Maxwell from “Ash vs. Evil Dead.” It’s hard to imagine the show without her, and we’re proud to have her in this year’s first entry in our horror history series!


    • Hi Wendy! I wrote the article here. I had multiple sources with January 1st listed as his birthday including IMDb, but only found one source with the October 13th date which is why I listed the birthday here. I’m happy to retract if it is incorrect, but I need solid proof to do so otherwise, I’ll have to stick with the January 1st date for now.


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