Few characters have been adapted as many times and with as much variety as Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein’s Monster. Although a far cry from Shelley’s original description of the Monster, Boris Karloff launched the character into pop culture history in 1931’s “Frankenstein” forever cementing the misunderstood Monster as a horror icon. Stitch together some articles on the various incarnations of Frankenstein’s Monster right here.
If you’re on this site right now, I’m going to assume you’re familiar with Universal’s indisputably iconic Dracula (1931). Béla Lugosi. Tod Browning. Dwight Frye. That guy with the cockney accent who keeps calling Frye […]