HOUSE OF FRANKENSTEIN (1944)

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We’re going back to the days of yore to discover that silly, lazy sequels are NOT a modern invention. It’s 1944’s HOUSE OF FRANKENSTEIN!

Join us as we review the film, Brennan tries to parse out the brain musical chairs, Sergio eats broccoli, and we go down a real rabbit hole with the character Ilonka!

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FRANKENSTEIN MEETS THE WOLF MAN (1943)

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It’s time for the most ambitious event in crossover history: FRANKENSTEIN MEETS THE WOLF MAN!

Join us as we review the film, Brennan laments the loss of continuity, and Sergio powers through his sickness to be funnier than ever!

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THE GHOST OF FRANKENSTEIN (1942)

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We’re back on our regular marathon grind, with the first Frankenstein movie that isn’t all that great! It’s 1942’s THE GHOST OF FRANKENSTEIN!

Join us as we review the film, Brennan defends Frankenstein’s humanity, Sergio watches the movie once and a half time, and we discuss our favorite returning character, Ygor’s clarinet!

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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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