The Horror of Frankenstein

The Horror of Frankenstein

Victor Frankenstein, descendant of the infamous scientist, Baron Von Frankenstein, follows in his experimental footsteps. Initially his success involves the resuscitation of a tortoise and progressing onto more ambitious projects, including creating his own monster. The gothic genre is re-worked to create a drama of black humour and farce.

The brilliant but misunderstood scientist Frankenstein builds a man made up of a collection of spare body parts. The monster becomes alive but he has mental capabilities much below par. The... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Bradley K (nl) wrote: An ordeal to sit through, though very rewarding if you can. Slow as molasses and as dense as well.

Lori F (nl) wrote: This was a great documentary. Fascinating look at a "surf tribe" in Australia. I'd always had the impression that surfers were either stoners, zen dudes trying to commune with the ocean, or rich spoiled kids from California. This doc turns that stereotype on its head. These guys are scary and yet simultaneously appealing. Oh, and they're totally hot, too.

Bengel W (ru) wrote: If you are married then this is not the movie for you as you already are living in the hell described. A simple comedy with some unique moments, making for a giggle fest, which will tickle the tonsils gently. The photography is personable but on the bland side with the music giving the extra tickle needed. The manipulative personality comes across well. Nibbles: Cup Cakes.

Faithfullme Y (au) wrote: where can i see this movie? please write the link here so i can see it... thanks

James L (gb) wrote: One of if not the best films in cinema history. A true cultural landmark and a masterpiece.

Brittany R (nl) wrote: I liked it. It was one of the only movies I've seen when Molly Rinwald wasn't from a good/pefect family.

Al M (jp) wrote: An almost surrealistic exploration of medieval Russia, Andrei Rublev represents Tarkovsky's attempt to both depict the pre-modern state of his homeland and explore the role that artists play in society. While Andrei Rublev features some truly amazing sequences (the balloon ride, the witches' sabbath, etc.), it drags a bit and lacks a sense of coherence that, to me, would raise it to the level of Tarkovsky's other masterpieces. The film features amazing (if somewhat murky) cinematography and direction throughout, but it just lacked a certain synthesis to make it all come together for me.

Alex S (nl) wrote: Hands down one of the greatest films ever made, Ingmar Bergman's Persona is a bleak, but unbelievably insightful look at the human psyche filled with haunting imagery and disturbingly effective dialogue.