• 0
  • 0
  • done
Anonymous Downloadondemand_video
Warning! Use a VPN When Downloading Torrents!
Your IP Address is ,
Your Internet Provider can see when you download torrents! Hide your IP ADDRESS with a VPN
We strongly recommend Trust.Zone VPN to hide your torrenting. It's FREE!
DOWNLOAD VPN
75%

Frankenstein (1931)

  • Drama Horror Science Fiction
  • Dr Henry Frankenstein is obsessed with assembling a living being from parts of several exhumed corpses.

    expand_more
    English
  • $291,000
  • Description

    An obsessed scientist assembles a living being from parts of exhumed corpses.

    image

    image

    image


    More at ibit.to
    And ibit.uno
    And ibit.ws

    Reviews

    Frankenstein, a movie primarily about how Doctor Henry Frankenstein deals with the fallout of his monster actually coming to life, holds up very well almost ninety years from its release. Starting with the monster itself, we find a fantastic character. Without any lines of dialogue, the filmmakers and Boris Karloff had to use actions and emotions to display the motivations of the monster, and they did a fantastic job of it. The fear, confusion, and longing that the novel describes are evident in the monster's actions, to the point of pushing the audience to root for him. The rest of the characters are also a bit of fun. Baron Frankenstein, played by Fred Kerr, was also a hoot. He played a no-nonsense character that functioned well in the comic-relief role needed with Edward Van Sloan's Dr. Wladman and Mae Clarke's Elizabeth being quite serious, even dramatic. Colin Clive, the man who played Doctor Henry, did a decent job in his role as well, pulling off the role of being consumed by his work, even when he desired to be free from it. The acting, overall, was a touch more theatrical than I would prefer in a horror movie, but it wasn't so distracting that it pulled me out of the film. The film is a ton of fun to watch, but I do have to say it isn't exactly terrifying. The atmospheric creepiness is somewhat lacking compared to modern-era horror, even going back fifty years. That being said, the movie, if thought about and rewatched, does a good job of displaying how the fear of the unknown, and letting that fear take over, can be the real monster.

    Comments

    Files

    Frankenstein.1931.BRRip.XviD.MP3-XVID.avi 901 MB
    RARBG.txt 30 B
    RARBG_DO_NOT_MIRROR.exe 100 B
    Subs/2_English.srt 55 kB

    Stream

    Downloading Seeding Frankenstein.1931.BRRip.XviD.MP3-XVID from to 0 peers.
    of
    0 b/s / ↗0 b/s