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Classic Horror

By ladybugmom
Written October 25, 2012
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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frankinstein

By kissman1
Written July 30, 2014
this was another great movie experience,the movie was done in enhanched format,and it was great,to see a classic on the big screen is so much more than words can describe.cant wait for the next one
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AMAZING

By merrickart
Written October 25, 2012
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!
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Better than ever!!!

By realmoviesfrom1960s
Written October 25, 2012
It was so amazing to see these movies as they should be seen and not on a television screen no matter how big. It was like seeing the movies for the first time. They were wonderful and brought back those happy carefree days when movies had class and the horror was not gratuitous and full of blood and over the top violence. The acting was top notch and I hate to sound trite but they just don't and can't make them like that anymore. What a shame.
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Frankenstein Double Feature

By spukistiles
Written October 25, 2012
I saw it on the big screen, and I enjoyed it much more than on the TV screen. Frankenstein (1931) is indeed a classic, and in my opinion was made in a serious way. The Bride of Frankenstein seemed to be put together in a more tongue and cheek fashion, but stands out due to the short scene stealing roles of various actors. Elsa Lancaster's role as the bride is short, but brilliant. John Carradine doesn't even get billing in the credits, but overwhelms his short scene. There a number of film making incongruities like a women screaming with the monster's hand over her mouth. These movies are no longer scary by today's standards, but are definitely enjoyable.
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