bride of frankenstein

The monster meets his mate in Bride of Frankenstein

Bride of Frankenstein, the 1935 sequel to the Universal monster classic, opens with a postmodern device undoubtedly familiar to lovers of horror literature. On a dark and stormy night, we find three of England’s most heralded writers: Lord Byron, Percy Bysshe Shelly, and Mary Wollstonecraft, seated around a roaring fire discussing, among other topics, fear. It’s a scene reminiscent of the one that famously inspired the creation of the 1818 novel upon which the first film was based.

Damn it feels good to be a gangsta.

Fred Dekker may be interested in doing a sequel to "Night of the Creeps". Now if it were just 1989, this would be the greatest news ever.

Ti West to get behind the camera for "The Haunting in Georgia", which is purportedly a sequel by the same company who produced "The Haunting in Connecticut", which went on to be distributed by Lions Gate. No word on if that relationship will still exist, but had I to venture a guess I would say no.

Universal is still very much moving ahead with a "Bride of Frankenstein" remake. Uni's in talks with Neil Burger to write and direct, director of 2006's "The Illusionist".