Victor Frankenstein (Samuel West) makes his Monster (Shuler Hensley), just as the angry torch-wielding mob arrives. We learn that Frankenstein’s experiments have been funded by
We start with some very 1970sy models playing Adam and Eve. We don’t see them much below the neck, so the nudity is only implied.
A figure in cold weather gear staggers through a blizzard. Nimoy’s stentorian voice cuts across the soft whoosh of the wind to tell us that
Cold open on… ants! A bunch of ants… Is that the correct collective noun? Maybe it’s ‘flock’ of ants? ‘Gaggle’ of ants? Anyway, Leonard Nimoy
Night was falling as Laura Cho arrived for night duty at the Handy Pavilion. A sad paper sign on the main door assured customers that
We open – to my surprise – on a few seconds of footage from the film Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Wouldn’t have thought
Last time we had a sort of general look at Metropolis as it relates to early Frankenstein cinema. It’s a big subject, and honestly I’m