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Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

It’s a tale I thought I knew, and yet I didn’t know it at all. There’s no ‘It’s alive!’, the monster isn’t Frankenstein (just daemon, the ‘inventor’ is Frankenstein), there’s no lightning strike or metal rods in the head, no ‘mad scientist’ and the monster isn’t dumb and slow, quite the opposite, so in fact it’s not quite what I expected at all. 669 more words

The Classics

Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948)

Most people say that the comedy/horror/spoof Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein is the best way to be introduced to the original Universal Studio’s monster movies. But not me. 971 more words


Book Revewlets: The Neapolitan Novels

Looking for a nice beach read? A story about the lives and loves of two best friends, freckled and smartypantsed? Imaginative and precocious? Getting into scrapes? 788 more words

The Wimmins

Horror fiction submission

Earlier this week I dashed off an 800-word flash fiction piece in a sudden fit of inspiration.

“Frankenstein’s Monster” features a man compulsively dreaming about a woman from his past. 155 more words


Judge Of Character Episode 8: Frankenstein's Monster

It’s time for Halloween! In celebration of the holiday, Steve begins his Halloween Extravaganza and begins the month long party by looking at the most famous monster in the history of fiction!


I, Frankenstein (2014)

There is no question that Frankenstein’s Monster is one of the most renown fictitious characters in popular culture. Starting back with Mary Shelley’s novel, the Creature has graced the big-screen, the stage, comic books, horror magazines, and video games. 456 more words