The Bride of Frankenstein
Bride of Frankenstein begins where James Whale's Frankenstein from 1931 ended. Dr. Frankenstein has not been killed as previously portrayed and now he wants to get away from the mad experiments. Yet when his wife is kidnapped by his creation, Frankenstein agrees to help him create a new monster, this time a woman.
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@Chanmi Seo The Bride of Frankenstein-could imagine "Frankenstein"s walking as Timpani pulse. not too scary but I feel that movie's overall mood #bkfilm39 minutes ago
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Don Druker Whale added an element of playful sexuality to this version, casting the proceedings in a bizarre visual framework that makes this film a good deal more surreal than the original.
Geoff Andrew Whale's most perfectly realised movie, a delight from start to finish.