As we all know, the 1931 Frankenstein movie is an horror and Science Fiction classic. It is also being considered as one of the best movie of all time, genres for genres.
The creation of the monster and the “It’s alive! It’s alive!” line are pure classics that will still be instilled in pop culture for a long time. The line itself was ranked as the 49th greatest movie quote in american cinema history.
Here is a movie clip of the creation of the monster:
After looking at this scene, which presentation of the creation you prefer? Is the passage of the novel more powerful than this classic scene? Let us know in the comments!
Video credit: Movieclips.
Throughout the last few decades, horror has often been an important part of the culture of rock, metal, and punk. Thus, several songs have been written referring about Frankenstein. In this case, here are 3 popular rock artists/groups that made a great song about this well-known monster.
SOME KIND OF MONSTER BY METALLICA
TEENAGE FRANKENSTEIN BY ALICE COOPER
MUTTER BY RAMMSTEIN
Let me know what is your favorite song about Frankenstein!
Note: These videos are used for scholar purposes. I do not own any copyright of these songs.
Hello guys! Today I give you the best summary video on Mary Shelley’s novel that I have been able to find on the Internet.
The SparkNotes team has done an impressing work producing this summary video. The video covers the important parts of the novel while offering a quick synopsis, analysis, and discussions about the major themes and characters of the novel.
I hope you guys enjoy the video and may it help you understand the novel even more!
Credit: SparkNotes, channel: VideoSparkNotes
In 1940, Russians scientifics made an experiment where they kept a dog`s head alive for few minutes. The head of the dog reacted to sound, touch, taste and light.
Even if it is disgusting for the average citizen, it is quite incredible from a scientific point of view.
For a long time, we thought of bringing the dead back to life as imaginary, fantasy and science-fiction, such as Frankenstein’s monster.
Even if it lasted only for a few minutes, it is incredible results, considering that it has been performed in 1940.
Science never stops evolving, as the first human head transplantation is scheduled for December 2017.
It is interesting to consider how Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein is seen has one of the greatest horror stories of all time, and how its main plot might become reality in years to come.
Credit to jonesdavy72 for the Youtube video