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  1. theater review
    Horror Stories of Womanhood: Dracula, Frankenstein, and Anatomy of a SuicideThe horrors.
  2. pilots
    Didn’t Frankenstein Teach Us Not to Pre-Judge CBS’ Frankenstein Detective Pilot?Looks like we know who the real (detective) monsters are here.
  3. the industry
    Javier Bardem May Play Frankenstein’s MonsterFor Universal’s classic-horror cinematic universe.
  4. sequential art
    Mike Mignola’s 6 Essential Frankenstein StoriesThe creator of Hellboy discusses the stories that influenced his latest project, Frankenstein Underground.
  5. Neil Gaiman’s Halloween With Dickens’s Dead CatAmong other macabre curiosities. 
  6. casting
    James McAvoy May Play Dr. Frankenstein to Daniel Radcliffe’s IgorFrom Lucky Number Slevin director Paul McGuigan.
  7. casting couch
    Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson Eye New FilmsThey’re familiar with stories of the fantastic.
  8. adaptations
    Dean Koontz’s Frankenstein Books: The TV ShowWe have zombie shows, we have vampire shows. It’s legit time for a Frankenstein’s monster show.
  9. reboots
    Networks Bring Bewitched and Frankenstein to LifeThe TV nostalgia boom continues.
  10. stage dive
    Theater Review: See Danny Boyle’s Triumphant Frankenstein on the Big ScreenThis is very much a ‘Frankenstein’ for our current apocalypse.
  11. the industry
    Producers to Bring Frankenstein to 21st CenturyPlus: CBS’s Romeo-and-Juliet-inspired drama casts its leads.
  12. the industry
    Sean Penn and Robert Pattinson to Join the Circus?Plus: Rob Marshall! Steven Spielberg! Danny Boyle!
  13. the industry
    Guillermo del Toro to Make Monster Movies Until the End of TimePlus: an ‘L Word’ spinoff! Also, is Nicolas Cage making the perfect Nicolas Cage movie?
  14. the industry
    Philip Seymour Hoffman to Chew Scenery; Cannibals to Chew Philip Seymour HoffmanPlus industry news on Bond’s new villain, Viggo Mortensen, and k.d. lang!
  15. chat room
    Hunter Foster of ‘Frankenstein’ on Creating a MonsterFoster spoke to Vulture about his role as the not-so-mad scientist who tries to outsmart death and finds himself running from his own creation.