The Bride of Frankenstein


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The Bride of Frankenstein

  • 1935
  • Directed By: James Whale
  • Rated Not Rated
  • Drama, Horror
  • 75 Minutes
  1. Saturday, October 27, 2012 3:00 p.m.
One of the greatest movie sequels ever, James Whale’s film features most of the talent from the original, including Boris Karloff revisiting his iconic character of The Monster. Surviving his seeming demise from the first film, The Monster seeks love and companionship, forcing his masters to create a partner for him. The revelation of the Bride remains one of the most indelible sequences in film history, with Elsa Lanchester’s otherworldly looks punctuating the suspense. (2K DCP presentation)


Bride of Frankenstein will be followed by Freaks.