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‘The Bride of Frankenstein’ Remains An Unparalleled Horror Classic

85 years ago, James Whale’s campy, gothic masterpiece changed horror cinema forever.

I’ll never forget the first time I watched James Whale’s The Bride of Frankenstein. I rented it from the public library when I was ten, rushed home, and put it on. I was only about ten minutes into the film — the…

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A film critic with a taste for genre fare, living in Sioux Falls, SD. If you love movies, we’ll get along just fine.

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Sam Lenz

Sam Lenz

A film critic with a taste for genre fare, living in Sioux Falls, SD. If you love movies, we’ll get along just fine.

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