Patrons get full access to our archives and see no ads. Support the Agony Booth for as little as $1/month!
Over 25 years before Young Frankenstein hit cinemas, another classic comedy involving Mary Shelley’s creation made a memorable impression on audiences. That movie, Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein, was ambitious for a number of reasons. One of these was…
Frankenstein’s Monster and Dracula are as common a pop culture one-two punch as Superman and Batman. If there’s a movie with one character, you can bet that the other will follow suit shortly afterwards. Not surprisingly, there have been stories…
In this episode, the Fear Fan has a look at the latest incarnation of the Frankenstein legend. Does it have a life of its own, or does it just wind up on the slab? Tune in and find out!
A third-tier comic book villain used to advance various romantic subplots? Sounds like an episode of Supergirl.
Is this movie a graveyard smash, or an undead turkey starring the Happy Madison goons?
“As long as it’s not Twilight, it’s hard to mess up vampires, right? Well... don’t count on that.”
“Yes, it’s a dumb action movie about Frankenstein fighting demons, but that doesn’t mean you’re not allowed to indulge in a little actual meaning should you stumble across it.”
For the final installment in her three-part classic horror special, Sofie takes a look at what might be the most influential classic of them all: James Whale's Frankenstein, starring Colin Clive as the mad scientist that started it all, and horror legend Boris Karloff in his iconic role as the Monster!