A new BBC ALBA documentary explores how the roots of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein – and its monster – can be traced to Scotland. It airs on BBC ALBA on Thursday, June 9 at 9pm
Sleepless nights: The Classics
“The Universal Horror series is not just important to those interested in Horror, but it’s also an important part of Film History itself. “
Audiobook Review: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein (Or The Modern Prometheus)
“The audiobook version I experienced was produced by Audible and is one of several audio productions.”
Frankenstein – Or Is It Fronkensteen?
“Written when Mary Shelley was only 20 years old, it’s an exceptional piece of work, for its time, and has continued to be an inspiring piece of work, though time, to today.”
Sgathaich: Bride of Frankenstein
Bride of Frankenstein is the sequel to the horror classic Frankenstein by universal studios coming out in 1935.
Sgathaich: Frankenstein (1931)
This is an absolute classic and you can see why it was included into the National Film Registry in America to be preserved for all time.