Frankenstein

Frankenstein

[the Man Who Made A Monster]

DVD - 1999
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The Invisible Man: A Fantastic Sensation

H.G. Wells, the author of The Time Machine (1895) and The Island of Doctor Moreau (1896), released his fourth novel, The Invisible Man, in 1897. Many of his readers were surprised to discover that Wells had adopted a third person narrative instead of the first person for this particular novel. The protagonist, Dr. Griffin, is a scientist who is interested in optics. He learns how to invent a… (more)


The Invisible Man: A Fantastic Sensation

H.G. Wells, the author of The Time Machine (1895) and The Island of Doctor Moreau (1896), released his fourth novel, The Invisible Man, in 1897. Many of his readers were surprised to discover that Wells had adopted a third person narrative instead of the first person for this particular novel. The protagonist, Dr. Griffin, is a scientist who is interested in optics. He learns how to invent a… (more)


The King of All Monsters: Frankenstein’s Creature

"Look! It's moving. It's alive. It's alive... It's alive, it's moving, it's alive, it's alive, it's alive, it's alive, IT'S ALIVE!" - Victor Frankenstein in Universal Pictures Frankenstein (1931) Frankenstein’s creature has many differences from other popular monsters associated with Halloween. Rather than being based off an ancient legend, a religious concept, or a historical figure, his… (more)


The King of All Monsters: Frankenstein’s Creature

"Look! It's moving. It's alive. It's alive... It's alive, it's moving, it's alive, it's alive, it's alive, it's alive, IT'S ALIVE!" - Victor Frankenstein in Universal Pictures Frankenstein (1931) Frankenstein’s creature has many differences from other popular monsters associated with Halloween. Rather than being based off an ancient legend, a religious concept, or a historical figure, his… (more)


2019: A New Year in the Public Domain

By John Gaines, CRRL staff Something unusual happened at the beginning of this year, so abruptly that you may not have even noticed. On January 1, 2019, new works entered the public domain for the first time in 20 years!  However, the “new” public domain works all date from the year 1923, which seems like a very long time ago for something to be excited about. Yet public domain is one of… (more)


2019: A New Year in the Public Domain

By John Gaines, CRRL staff Something unusual happened at the beginning of this year, so abruptly that you may not have even noticed. On January 1, 2019, new works entered the public domain for the first time in 20 years!  However, the “new” public domain works all date from the year 1923, which seems like a very long time ago for something to be excited about. Yet public domain is one of… (more)


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