Written July 25, 2014
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 old films, nothing beats seeing them on the big screen. I hope they offer more classic horror in this format. And the interviews just added to the evening's fun.
Written March 05, 2015
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!
Written December 22, 2014
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 down into the water......What gives? The remastering could have been a bit better.
Written January 31, 2015
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 experience. The monster is fearsome, but tender, repulsive, but sympathetic and maybe not responsible for the murders he commits. Yet, he must pay the price as he acknowledges at the end of "Bride."
I wonder if the proponents of human cloning could learn something from these films. Perhaps some things are best left alone, even if they are doable.
Written December 20, 2014
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 ****