1930s, 3.5/4, Horror, James Whale, Review, Universal Monsters

Bride of Frankenstein

This is what every B-movie monster mash wanted to be: a mixture of heady thematic ideas and pure entertainment, but very few ever got it as right as James Whale did in Bride of Frankenstein. Alternatively intelligently advancing the ideas presented in the first Frankenstein film while also providing pure camp as a counterbalance, Bride… Continue reading Bride of Frankenstein