Spoiler Free Synopsis
A medical student tampers in things he shouldn’t and strange things happen.
This extremely early film (1910!) stars an uncredited Mary Fuller, Charles Ogle, and Augustus Phillips. It’s written and directed by J. Searle Dawley and allegedly based on the Mary Shelly novel.
As I am restarting this Review Blog Site, I thought I’d start with something a little out there. Today we look at the original Frankenstein film. Not the Boris Karloff version, mind, but the Edison version.
This is, as we shall see, not a proper Horror outing, or adaptation of Mary Shelly’s novel. The movie makers were concerned with terrifying their audience and did their best to do cater to that notion. Thus I’ve not
Not that it matters that much. The film is a short 16 minutes. Hard to pack a lot of action in that.
I’ve watched this before, a couple of years ago I think. I remember very little of it. Thus this might as well be my first viewing.
That out of the way, let’s start teasing a movie that’s older than anyone reading this blog.