Written October 25, 2012
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 August 21, 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 ****
Written August 01, 2014
This one the best classic movie I enjoy seen with my wife we both where just delight to go and see on the big screen because it look different from watch it on tv. The Monster looked more real then seen on a smaller screen it show his ability to do more an able watch his faceial movment. My wife thought much different about the Bride Frankenstein which I also enjoy but she notice a differents of the two female actress's the second actress was better then the 1st. to me I was happy to see an enjoy the make up work because I do props on my own and also make up when I need to be different kind Monster or Alein so this one best movies I like to see. There other I like to see an one of them is Them! if possible. Thank youTCM
Written October 26, 2012
Great movie! Picture was sharp, good sound and the crowd clapped for their fave actors and laughed as well. Only glitch - my tix were printed for the wrong theatre. AMC was a class act and most gracious to us so no complaints here. Can't wait for the next movie!
Written July 25, 2014
After some technical glitchs were resolved everything was fantastic. It was wonderful to see these two great films on the big screen. I'm hoping TCM does it again for the Mummy/Wolfman etc. It was worth every penny I spent to see them on the big screen, I have these two films in my film library but there is nothing like going to a theater with other fans and experiening it for the first time on the big screen. Please continue to present all the classics in this way. One thing I was disappointed in was that not enought people came out to see it, only about a quarter of the theater was tull, maybe because it was done on a week night, should be done on a Saturday, maybe more people would come out to see these classics.