TCM Presents Frankenstein/Bride of Frankenstein Synopsis
Classic films, plus interviews with Sara Karloff, Bela Lugosi Jr. and Rick Baker.

Movie Reviews

Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein

By leslynsellers
WE LOVED IT!! I took my 28 year old daughter who had never seen either movie and she totally enjoyed them. We can't wait to see some of our other all time favorites in the theater. Thank You TCM....

1930s Classics in Stunning Picture and Sound Quality

By rmfells
I literally grew up watching the 1931 FRANKENSTEIN and the 1935 BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN on television, then later on the big screen at big city repertory theaters. Last night's screening of these two...

Look it's Moving, It's Alive Alive!

By Daniel_Saks
It is always a special experience to see a movie on a big screen. I have viewed Both of these films too many times to count. They are like old friends. Seeing them on the big screen was an entirely...

Frankenstein Rocks

By chuckoler
Saw the movie last night on the big screen. Having seen it a few times on smaller screens, I was particularly interested in how it played out on its "birth" screen. I was amazed at the quality of...

Top and bottom of film image cropped off

By taolions
I went to the screening at the Regal Santiam 11 in Salem, OR. The showing of these films was advertised, "as they were meant to be seen". Nothing could be further from the truth. The image shown on...

Fantastic Double Feature

By clownkiller2003
We had such an enjoyable time seeing the double feature of Frankenstein and The Bride of Frankenstein. The picture quality was outstanding, as well as the sound. Considering they're roughly 80 year...

Frankenstein/Bride of Frankenstein

By Jneuman1
The pre show trivia was only 3 questions and they never mentioned Frankenstein at all. There was a 5-6 second scene cut out from Frankenstein. It showed the monster pushing the little girl Maria...

A "terror" classic back on the BIG screen

By KryptoKid509
This was a double feature and just in time for Halloween. To see these movies on the big screen was so much better than watching it at home. The sound and definition of the film was fantastic!...

Multilayered.

By jrrg
Both films reminded me that movies used to be enjoyable on many levels. In these two films the set design, lighting, development of secondary characters, humor and drama made for an enjoyable...

Frankenstein/Bride of Frankenstein

By mskcamp
Both Movies are a must see for Classic Horror Movie buffs like myself. I can see how Movies like these would have scarred the hell out of crowds back when they were made. I give both Classics Four...

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Rated PG