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FRANKENSTEIN (1931)

2022 will feature entries on films LONG OVERDUE to be highlighted on Digging Star Wars. And the best writer to do this is my longtime film buddy Phil Congleton...who was my cinema partner-in-crime on Film366 years back. Phil's first entry is a bit goth, but methinks you can handle it. Here is Phil's write-up on the classic horror film, Frankenstein (1931)...along with artwork from another film buddy of mine, Joshua Taback.... I picked Frankenstein (1931), for January, 2022, because a lot happens in January when talking about this movie. Also, I have always felt this film can be enjoyed the most by watching it during the cold, dark January nights. The bitterness helps enhance the cold, dead mood felt throughout. Watching the lifeless body of the monster moving his cold, lifeless hands, really emphasizes the feeling of death in the air.   Also, Mary Shelley published her original book "Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus", on January 1st, 1818. But, the main reas

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