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The Bride Of Frankenstein
CRITICS OF "The Bride Of Frankenstein"
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Empire Magazine
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September 24, 2007

Whale's erudite genius brings it all together. He sculpts every nuance of self-parody, social satire, horror, humour, wit and whimsy into a dazzling whole, keeping every one of his fantastical plates spinning until the tragic, inevitable finale.
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Common Sense Media

January 02, 2011

A riveting, funny, and suspenseful horror classic.
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Chicago Reader
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June 04, 2007

Whale added an element of playful sexuality to this version, casting the proceedings in a bizarre visual framework that makes this film a good deal more surreal than the original.
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May 27, 2007

one of the greatest movies i've ever seen
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New York Times

August 08, 2006

Another astonishing chapter in the career of the Monster.
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Radio Times
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October 06, 2013

James Whale's extravagantly produced sequel to his own Frankenstein still ranks as one of horrordom's greatest achievements.
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TIME Magazine
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October 07, 2008

Screenwriters Hurlbut & Balderston and Director James Whale have given it the macabre intensity proper to all good horror pieces, but have substituted a queer kind of mechanistic pathos for the sheer evil that was Frankenstein.
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Antagony & Ecstasy
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October 15, 2009

This was to be [director James Whale's] last horror film. Small wonder; what could he possibly have left to prove?
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Time Out
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February 09, 2006

Whale's most perfectly realised movie, a delight from start to finish.
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Film4
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September 24, 2007

A must for anyone with even a passing interest in horror, this not only confirms Karloff as a master of the genre, but also shows, more than any of Whale's subsequent films, the influence of his vision.
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Variety
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June 04, 2007

Karloff manages to invest the character with some subtleties of emotion that are surprisingly real and touching.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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January 01, 2000

The Bride of Frankenstein has an in-your- face audacity that hasn't dimmed all that much after 63 years.
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