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Mad Love aka The Hands of Orlac

Source: Mad Love aka The Hands of Orlac

Here is a brief review of a long-forgotten Peter Lorre movie that sounds very interesting based upon critiques of the time and the modern-day reviews. 

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Frankenstein (1931)

This is the definitive adaptation of the Mary Shelley novel – the one you’ve seen clips of, and the one a million later Frankenstein’s monsters have been modelled on. 468 more words


Bride of Frankenstein and the She's Alive Moment

The One-Line Summary: The first sequel to Frankenstein (1931), The Bride of Frankenstein picks up where the previous left off, with Henry Frankenstein ( 473 more words

Z: The Films

Frankenstein and The Bride of Frankenstein: A Double Feature

When I originally saw The Bride of Frankenstein (1935) and Frankenstein (1931) I watched them in reverse order, with many months in between, so I thought it would be instructive this October to watch both of them in one day, in their correct order, and see how the two films held up as one continuous story. 1,805 more words


Frankenstein (1931 Universal Studios Film)

A true riveting classic in the truest sense in horror movies.  Universal Studios floating on the success of Dracula continued the fright fest with their rendition of… 526 more words

Cryptic Escape Magazine

Movie Quote of the Week - 10/9/15

Answer to MWL 10/7/15: Henry Frankenstein (Colin Clive) – Frankenstein

It could also have been Victor Frankenstein from Young Frankenstein but I took the quote from this film. 78 more words


Horrormania: Frankenstein (1931)

(From now until Halloween, the Canadian Cinephile will be taken over by pure, unadulterated FEAR. No, I’m not commencing an Adam Sandler marathon. I will be reviewing some of the most spine-chilling, bloodcurdling horror movies, with this year’s trip covering those freaky films released prior to 1970. 752 more words