Max loses his tail in an accident, so he visits doctor to reattach it. Instead, a Frankenstein tail monster is born.
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Opening scene. Mary Shelly tells a scary story to 'our Nobel Laureate poet Mr. Keats'. This refers to the 1814 scary story competition between Mary Shelly, Percy Shelly, Lord Byron and John Polidori which saw the birth of Mary's novel 'Frankenstein; or the Modern Prometheus'. Keats' was not present. Also, John Keats died in 1821 and the first Nobel Prizes were awarded in 1901. See more
You know what they say, Max. If you love something you set it free. And when it comes back, you nail it to your keister.