There are many Frankenstein films based on the Mary Shelley classic horror novel. Some of these include Frankenstein (1931), Bride of Frankenstein (1935) and Curse of Frankenstein (1957). Actors who have appeared in these films include Boris Karloff, Colin Clive, Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing.
Tag: Frankenstein Films
Two Hammer classics get a deluxe Blu-ray treatment: RICHARD PHILLIPS-JONES looks at new, lavish editions of The Mummy 1959 and Frankenstein And The Monster From Hell 1974.
RICHARD MARKWORTH takes a look at Flesh for Frankenstein 1973 aka Andy Warhol's Frankenstein
RICHARD MARKWORTH reviews Dracula vs Frankenstein 1971, starring J. Carrol Naish and Lon Chaney Jr
RICHARD PHILLIPS-reviews Brit-horror: The Man Without A Body 1957!
Guest writer KEVIN NICKELSON explains how Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein made film history
Victor Frankenstein 2015, starring James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe, reviewed by ANN MASSEY
SIMON BALL says about Gothic 1986: "By thunder this was a hard film to review without giving too much of the plot away!"
Horror of Frankenstein saw Ralph Bates take the role of the Baron in 1970. ANDREW GARVEY reviews the controversial Hammer...
TERRY SHERWOOD reviews Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man 1943
TERRY SHERWOOD reviews Universal Horrorfest. House of Frankenstein (1944)
STEPHEN JACOBS reviews Frankenstein The True Story 1973
Son of Frankenstein 1939 was one of Universal Studio's last great horrors, says DAVID SAUNDERSON
RICHARD PHILLIP-JONES reviews Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell 1974, Terence Fisher and Peter Cushing's final Frankenstein film
STEPHEN JACOBS casts a critical eye on The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942)
Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed 1969 is a raw and refreshing horror film from Hammer, says ADAM SCOVELL
ADAM SCOVELL reviews Frankenstein Created Woman 1967
The Revenge of Frankenstein 1958, the first sequel in Hammer's legendary Frankenstein series, is reviewed by ADAM SCOVELL
ADAM SCOVELL reviews the Freddie Francis-directed Hammer Horror The Evil of Frankenstein 1964
Bride of Frankenstein 1935 showcases all of James Whale’s wonderfully subversive and quintessentially British qualities, says ADAM SCOVELL
Did you know the first ever Frankenstein film, starring Charles Ogle, was made by the Edison Company in 1910?
Unlike Colin Clive’s sappy scientist in Frankenstein (1931), Peter Cushing revels in lust, cruelty and murder in The Curse of Frankenstein 1957
Frankenstein 1931 made Boris Karloff a star. DAVID SAUNDERSON reviews the classic Universal horror.