Frankenstein's love

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  • Frankenstein's monster, as played by Boris Karloff.

    Frankenstein's hour of creation identified by astronomers

  • The quickest way to convince the villagers that you are one of them, and not Frankenstein's monster, is to grab a pitchfork and lead the attack.

    James Peron: Hate: The Tie That Binds the Religious Right

  • Locked in a cage, it looks like the sort of thing that reanimated Frankenstein's monster.

    Björk: Biophilia – review

  • Pont's plan was to remould Sharma's javelin hurl into a biomechanically perfect round-arm sling, in the process creating a fast-bowling Frankenstein's monster.

    Why Samit Patel's cricket skill set carries so much weight | Barney Ronay

  • The Monster's Mate (played by Elsa Lanchester) in Bride of Frankenstein My personal favourite - the Bride, created solely for the purpose of being Frankenstein's mate, is brought to life.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • If the sublime is constructed from ruptures that must be grand and striking as a thunderbolt, such a failure might come, for example, simply by having one's Frankenstein's monster revealed by a flash of lightning one too many times in the narrative.

    On the Sublime

  • Philip was an elite collegiate rower, but give him an iron, and he looks like a villager waving a torch at Frankenstein's monster.

    To Love Golf, Just Play Once a Year

  • The veteran B-movie specialist William Beaudine in his day, Hollywood's oldest working director brought gothic horror to the horse opera in the form of Billy the Kid vs Dracula and Jesse James Meets Frankenstein's Daughter, both made in 1966, while the celebrated special-effects expert Ray Harryhausen worked on The Valley of Gwangi, in which cowboys accompanied Edwardian scientists on a search for prehistoric monsters in Mexico.

    Cowboys & Aliens – review

  • Anderson likens the creation of the "fire engine" to that of "the monster of Frankenstein's."

    The Engine

  • While we take note of Dr. Frankenstein's anguish, and the deaths of Frankenstein's innocent relatives and associates, we also pity the creature.

    MIND MELD: Bad Guys We Love to Hate: The Best Literary Villains in SF/F/H

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