I missed the theater run and waited patiently. I watched other movies and read other books. I let it seemingly fade from my mind, but always I was waiting. Finally, streaming via Netflix I, Frankenstein. When I had first heard of the movie I asked many questions about the creature and his story. Would it adhere […]
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When Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein, or, The Modern Prometheus the tale ended with the nameless creature disappearing into the darkness near the Arctic after his final speech in which he states, “I shall ascend my funeral pile triumphantly, and exult in the agony of the torturing flames. The light of that conflagration will fade away; my ashes will […]
Today we are pleased to welcome Colette Saucier author of this month’s feature Pulse and Prejudice to talk about how she came to quicken our pulses with the presence of vampires. Be sure to enter for a chance to win an autographed copy for yourself! In this, the bicentennial anniversary of what is arguably the […]
Mary Shelley wrote a stunning classic when she penned Frankenstein, or The Modern Prometheus, but almost every film adaptation has failed to live up to the her original work.
“Our lives will not be happy, but they will be harmless, and free from the misery I now feel.”
Initial Consultation with New Patient: Frankenstein, Victor
Victor Frankenstein spent two years in study, experimentation, and finally in creation of his greatest scientific endeavour.
The Monster finds a misplaced cell phone. More than likely left by a careless time traveler.
This month we shall read Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, or The Modern Prometheus.