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I won't review the movie itself, except to say that this absolutely deserves its status as a classic, gendra-defining movie. I am reviewing this blue-ray edition. Read morePublished 21 days ago by C. Wayne Perry
My daughter and son in law have never seen this classic, so it was a great stocking stuffer for Christmas. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Amazongal
The classics of horror are my favorites. B&W adds to the enjoyment of these films. Good old fashioned movie making. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Moe Priell
For Such an old movie and had great clarity what we absolutely loved itPublished 27 days ago by Ginger
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|Frankenstein Video Transfer||
I agree. I intend to read the DVD review sites to determine what, if anything, is improved/added to this release compared to the last one. Let's face it, I buy DVDs because I like the movie. Consequently the only thing a review site can do for me is guide me to the best video transfer with the... Read More
Aug 10, 2006 by TELZALL | See all 4 posts
|Should I upgrade from the '99 release?||
"Is it enhanced for 16:9 TVs?"
Nearly all movies before the 1960s, including "Frankenstein", were shot in 1.33:1 (4:3). So it wouldn't (or shouldn't) be enhanced for 16:9 TVs. In order to "enhance" it for 16:9 TVs they would have to shave off picture from the top... Read More
Mar 18, 2009 by Pressed Rat | See all 2 posts
|Which Version to Buy?||
Go with the Legacy version, which contains all 6 Universal Frankenstein movies. He can also see the monster in action in the film House of Dracula, which is included on the Dracula Legacy collection. Enjoy!
Jun 20, 2007 by Thomas G. Morrison | See all 4 posts
|Universal's Frankenstien and Marvel's Incredible Hulk -- The Same?||
You are definitely on the right track in your comparisons ... Stan Lee has said in interviews that his Hulk character was a combination of Frankenstein's 'monster' as well as the Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde story. I consider both Universal's early films and Marvel's 60's creations as Classic!
Oct 16, 2009 by Jose Juan Rodriguez | See all 3 posts
|Director James Whale||
Yes, Universal Home Video really needs to do a boxed-set "James Whale Collection." They need to bring "The Old Dark House" home, and the original version of "Waterloo Bridge" deserves to be seen again. Give Whale the respect he's long overdue Universal, and do it...
Aug 6, 2006 by R. Monteith | See all 2 posts