Full links to SARAH PARKIN five-part series on Mary Shelley and The Birth of Frankenstein
SARAH PARKIN concludes her Mary Shelley and the Birth of Frankenstein series by describing the novel's legacy
In Part 4 of Mary Shelley and the Birth of Frankenstein, SARAH PARKIN looks at the mixed reaction the gothic novel received when it was released in 1818
In Part 3 of our series, SARAH PARKIN focuses on events surrounding the famous visit to Lake Geneva, where Mary Shelley conceived the gothic classic Frankenstein
Good help is hard to find these days. Poor old Frankenstein might have known "what it feels like to be God" but he had poor HR skills, if these assistants are anything to go by!
I am not demanding realism from my horror films but why can't they just punch each other in the face? (Guest Blog for Classic Horror Campaign)
First ever Frankenstein film was made by the Edison Company in 1910
Unlike Colin Clive’s sappy mad scientist in Frankenstein (1931), Peter Cushing portrays a man who revels in lust, cruelty and murder in The Curse of Frankenstein (1957).
This week celebrates the 80th anniversary of James Whale’s Frankenstein’s original release in November 1931