Bride of Frankenstein movie
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  • However, I don't think it is as intense as the first film, and it practically just expands that same story and isn't as original that way

    • by limonar
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      James Whale’s classic sequel to Frankenstein. Here we see Boris Karloff yet again as the monster who is misunderstood as a savage killer, depending on his looks and unability

      to speak. At the same time the real monster, an insane colleague to dr Frankenstein, plans to create a bride to the Boris Karloff. A very intense story with ...

      • groundbreaking effects for the time. It was also unusual with this level of symbolism in the 1930s, so James Whale was influential in several ways. However, I don’t think
        it is as intense as the first film, and it practically just expands that same story and isn’t as original that way. Great historical importance, but only a good sequel.



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