This week: a Frankenstein play hits London, the blah blah blah life of Keith Richards, and where does yoga come from?
Alongside I, Frankenstein, Lionsgate will present the cast of the highly anticipated Hunger Games sequel, Catching Fire.
He wrote the screenplay in collaboration with me and he plays Dr. Frankenstein.
Hence, in 1931, the world was introduced to the big-screen versions of Dracula and Frankenstein.
In our picture, Dr. Frankenstein starts out like Yahweh and winds up like Christ.
Like Frankenstein, we may have made our man ill: but we cannot help his being alive; and if he destroys us, it is our own fault.
"Upon my word it seems to you what the Monster was to Frankenstein," said he.
Frankenstein was completed and corrected before the end of May.
That Frankenstein is apt at all times to wild, primitive cruelty.
Similarly in Frankenstein she offers excuses for not explaining how the Monster was brought to life.
allusive use dates to 1838, from Baron Frankenstein (German, "free stone"), character in Mary Shelley's 1818 novel "Frankenstein: The Modern Prometheus." Commonly used, mistakenly, as the proper name of the monster he created, and thus franken- extended 1990s as a prefix to mean "non-natural."
(1818) A novel by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley. The title character, Dr. Victor Frankenstein, makes a manlike monster from parts of cadavers and brings it to life by the power of an electrical charge. Frankenstein's monster is larger than most men and fantastically strong.
Note: Frequently the subject of horror films, the monster is usually pictured with an oversized square brow, metal bolts in his neck and forehead, and greenish skin. People often mistakenly refer to the monster, rather than to his creator, as “Frankenstein.”