Frankenstein and Me (1996)

PG   |    |  Comedy, Family, Fantasy


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Teenager Earl has a vivid imagination fueled by movies like Frankenstein and Night of the Living Dead (1968).


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10 February 2000 | bymarkclark.com
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| A must-see for monster lovers with kids.
Fun and surprisingly touching account of a troubled by imaginative young boy who plots a fanciful feat straight out of James Whale. Director Bob Tinnell is a student of horror cinema, and a handful of dream sequences invoke the spirit of classic Universal and Hammer monster classics. Set during the early 1970s, Tinnell and his crew evoke the period with the precision of bigger budget films like THE ICE STORM and DAZED AND CONFUSED. One of those rare and wonderful films which, although aimed at younger audiences, which can be enjoyed by all members of the family. A must-see for monster lovers with kids.

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