Though this horror appeals it feels murky
And its story unreels herky-jerky
But with "Its" it is swarming,
Throwing fits and transforming
So it's short of ideal but no turkey.
House of Dracula (Erle C. Kenton; 1945). Happy Cranksgiving from the butterball-and-chain gang at LimerWrecks! The title is by Norm Knott, full of cornball and nutjob stuffing.