‘Frankenstein’ brought it to the movies, but Mary Shelley’s not to blame.
The Universal Monsters will come back. When they do, Guillermo del Toto should get to be a part of that. Here’s why he’s perfect for ‘Frankenstein.’
Based on Mary Shelley’s quintessential horror novel, Mel Brooks’ incarnation of the famous monster takes time to poke fun at itself.
There are certain advantages to being less popular.
To celebrate the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s influential novel, we take a look at the real-life scientists who tried to make the story a reality.
Why does Frankenstein’s monster move so slowly? We investigate.
Using 1931’s ‘Frankenstein’ as an example.