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Category Archives: Shelley
Here’s a basic plot summary of The Bride of Frankenstein (Whale 1935) for everyone that has managed to avoid seeing this movie for the past 84 years. Victor Frankenstein has vowed never to make another monster again but is black mailed by another mad scientist named Dr. Pretorius into collabing on the creation of a […] Continue reading
Horror is an incredibly subjective genre. Your perception of horror is greatly influenced by your own life and experiences. While watching a horror film, one viewer may have their hands over their eyes and scream while the girl runs up the stairs with a murderer in the house, while another may just laugh at her […] Continue reading
There’s not a day that goes by where I don’t hear about the push for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). In this age of technological advancement, it’s no surprise that it has become an integral part of our society. While the support for STEM is undoubtedly positive and necessary, it often leaves out something […] Continue reading
A dramatic and flawed protagonist who likes to faint. Monsters coming to life by stolen body parts and undefined science. Strange murders that happen in a heat of passion. Extremely unreliable narration. Of course, these are just some of the aspects that define Mary Shelley’s 1818 novel, Frankenstein as a Gothic novel or modernly known […] Continue reading