Written February 13, 2016
My husband and I saw this double feature last night and it was awesome to see these to great horror classics on the big screen. It has been such a long time since I watched either of these movies and I had forgotten some of the parts. Just wonderul. Loved every minute of it.
Written February 08, 2016
No need to talk about these classics from a critical perspective. The joy of seeing them on the big screen was intense and wonderful. The downside of the experience was a thirty minute delay in show start (a half hour staring at a blank screen) and three old chicks that wouldn't shut up (you're not at home and nobody cares what you have to say). Thanks for bringing these James Whale treats back for Halloween - let's see more of the Universal Monsters back on the big screen!
Written February 10, 2016
I enjoyed these films so much. Although I've seen them many times in my life, to see them on the big screen was such a treat for me!
Written June 01, 2016
Went with my boyfriend and had a great time. Seeing these movies on the big screen gives you a different perspective. I had a Bride of Frankenstein tee shirt on and my boyfriend had Frankenstein. LOVED IT!
Written July 27, 2016
I have never seen either of these movies in their entirety. Only snippets here and there on TV. When it was to be featured on the big screen I opted to go see it as it was meant to be seen so long ago. On the big screen. I have to say that I enjoyed it far far more than if I was to watch it on the small screen. I was also initially so enthused about the two movies that I invited a friend to join my wife and I. It was one of the highlights we experienced in the waning months of this year.