Written March 06, 2015
These are awesome movies and were truly amazing to see on the big screen! I've seen both of these movies many, many times but noticed so much more last night. Keep us the good work!
Written May 29, 2016
The theater I attended did not show the introduction with Robert Osborn and Sara Karloff and others. Now, Fandango and the theater are going back and forth on the refund I requested.
Otherwise, the movies themselves were fantastic, especially on the big screen!
Written July 01, 2016
I hadn't seen an older movie like this on the big screen, so i wasn't sure what to expect. I absolutely loved it!! Now I want to see more. Great job TCM!
Written July 24, 2016
\What hit me the most was the amazing makeup and the awesome performance of Boris Karloff. It was so much fun seeing it with a large audience and hear them respond to what was going on in the movie. I'm so gad I got to see this on a big screen at last. Hoping to hear this continues and doesn't just end with To Kill A Mockingbird next month (which I plan on going to see). This is how these classics need to be seen!
Written October 25, 2012
I saw the TCM presentation of FRANKENSTEIN and BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN last night. Clearly, it was not the first time I've seen the films--but it was the first time I saw them on the big screen--and it was wonderful to be able to do so!
The new transfers were crystal clear and the sound was quite clean. The movies played well and were well received by the audience which applauded at the right time and laughed at the right time.
My only quibble was the 'trivia quiz' that was put up prior to the films. It was laughably simple and quite short--short enough to be repeated over and over--not a good way to start a show!
I would hope that TCM would do this sort of thing again--it would be fun to see, say DRACULA and SON OF DRACULA as a double.
Anyway, from my POV, I would give this a solid thumbs up and hope for more.