SON OF FRANKENSTEIN (1939)

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This marathon is alive! It’s alive! It’s time to return to Ye Olde Cinema with 1939’s SON OF FRANKENSTEIN!

Join us as we review the film, Brennan judges Frankenstein’s unflattering outfit, Sergio gets academic, and we mostly just fall in love with the gratuitously grand set design.

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THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN (1935)

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We actually get to do good movies on this podcast sometimes, now isn’t that nice? This week we’re talking about 1935’s THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN!

Join us as we review the film, Brennan waxes poetic about loneliness, Sergio is bothered by how little Bride we actually get, and we makes connections to the broadest array of pop culture you ever did see.

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FRANKENSTEIN (1931)

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We wrap up the month with the beginning of the fourth franchise marathon that will be filling out our schedule for the months to come! It’s almost the very beginning of American horror cinema itself, 1931’s FRANKENSTEIN!

Join us as we review the film, Brennan amuses himself with Easter jokes, Sergio likes that it has a story, and we struggle to separate ourselves from 2019!

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