Bride of Frankenstein
Directed by James Whale
This celebrated sequel to the 1931 classic finds Mary Shelley's monster alive and well, and forcing the good baron to create a mate. Horror film icon Boris Karloff reprises his role as Dr. Frankenstein's fabled creation and Elsa Lanchester co-stars as his monstrous lady love. Chilling.
Boris Karloff reprises his role as the screen’s most misunderstood monster, and Elsa Lanchester stars as his ill-fated bride, in one of the most popular horror classics of all time.
Cast: Dwight Frye, Valerie Hobson, Ernest Thesiger, Elsa Lanchester, Colin Clive, Boris Karloff
One of the best sequels ever made.
Love this so much better than the first one. It’s a classic and good to watch but nothing scary about it or the first one.
Good and definitely iconic but not great. First off a few things. 1)Minnie the maid can go suck a dick. 2)The miniature people scene made me feel like I was high...in a bad way. 3)The bride is only in the last five minutes and does nothing but look around and hiss (to be fair it is amazing thou). There are problems but you won't regret seeing this.
Good and definitely iconic but not great. First off a few things
One of the best. Expands on the original while going in exciting new directions. The third act may be the most masterfully constructed finale to any film I've seen.