Directed by Bernard Rose
From the director of CANDYMAN comes a new adaptation of Mary Shelley's classic. Xavier Samuel, Tony Todd and Danny Huston star in the tale of married scientists who create a modern-day monster.
A pair of scientists create a modern-day monster in this new adaptation of Mary Shelley's classic.
Cast: Xavier Samuel, Carrie-Anne Moss, Danny Huston
The first 10 minutes made me uncomfy. The main character is hot and that is the only plus i saw after watching 20 mins of the film. The acting is mediocre and just didn't hold my attention. Has potential but just didn't cut it for me.
Good movie , I like the way it stayed with original Frankenstein story line,blind man ,throwing the child into the lake and the angry mob.Its a alive Its a live some how did not fit inn lol
This was really sad and depressing for me. i so wanted him to be loved and cared for but we all now thats not how this ends. why couldnt him "mama" just take him back and help him?? why?? i give this a 3 cos i wont watch it again. i felt sick during the gory bits
Definitely worth a look. Special props to the director for selecting "I'm a Man" (Mannish Boy) by Muddy Waters for the song the blind blues man Eddie was playing.
Unbelievably terrible, what did everyone else watch?!