FRANKENSTEIN/BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN

By INDY-MOVIE-BUFF
Written March 28, 2015
THOROUGHLY ENJOYED THE MOVIES. TOOK TEENAGE GRANDDAUGHTER WITH US. SHE ENJOYED THEM ALSO. BEEN QUITE A WHILE SINCE I SAW FRANK ON THE BIG SCREEN...NEVER SAW HIS "BRIDE". THE MAKE-UP WAS SO INTERESTING TO SEE...DISAPPOINTED MRS. FRANK WASN'T IN HER MOVIE MUCH. LIKED THE PRE-SHOW INTERVIEWS WITH BELA LUGOSI'S SON AND BORIS KARLOFF'S DAUGHTER. IF I REMEMBER, BELA LUGOSI WAS A MATINEE IDOL BEFORE HE CAME TO THE USA TO MAKE FILMS. REALLY LIKED THE OPPORTUNITY TO SEE THESE AGAIN ON THE BIG SCREEN AT REASONABLE PRICES. RATED 4 STARS FOR FRANK...AND 3 FOR MRS. FRANK
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Franken Bride

By amokinaz
Written October 25, 2012
15 min. break would be better... very stiff when over. AMC is NOT as comfortable as Harkins Movies: Innovative camera angles and special effects for the time. Acting a bit stiff or over-the-top (leftover from silent days) Worth seeing but not again unless home.
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Classic Horror

By ladybugmom
Written November 28, 2015
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.
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Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein

By jimdennison
Written October 07, 2015
Very cool thing to see. The film was clear and seeing it on the big screen allowed us to see more backround detalis. It was a great event and we hope to see more
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Classic Universal Double-Bill!

By D-Doug
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.
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