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Quite an interesting homage to a couple of literary classics. VERY well done, good acting, great plot, fun twists, and very well shot. If you loved any version of Mary Shelly's classic tale, you will love this.
just enough of the original, the Bride of, and Young Frankenstein to keep me watching until the end.
When it first starts I wasn't too sure I'd enjoy it, but once it gets going, it really is very good. Surprisingly believable, considering the minimal sets, and make up effects.
Congrats to all involved for giving me a NEW version of an old song to enjoy.
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