Welcome to episode 109 of The Cinefessions Podcast! Today, Marc and Branden continue the Corman/Poe Cycle, looking at the fifth film that Roger Corman adapted from Edgar Allan Poe’s poem, The Raven from 1963. They also move on to round thirty-nine of the Besting the Backlog Challenge, discussing Children of the Corn III: Urban Harvest…
Title: The Bride of Frankenstein (1935) Director: James Whale Runtime: 75 minutes — Now this is a classic Universal monster film! Bride of Frankenstein manages to do almost everything right, mixing a ton of classical horror elements like murder, mayhem, mad scientists, love, storms, and grave robbing. The opening scene comes out of nowhere, with Mary…
Title: Frankenstein (1931) Director: James Whale Runtime: 70 minutes — *Warning: This review contains spoilers.* I’ve only recently started watching some of the classic Universal monster flicks, and I’ve still got a few to see before I can say that I’ve seen all the originals, but, after seeing Frankenstein, I can safely say that The…
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