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Awfully Good Movies: I, Frankenstein (Video)

06.09.2017

I, Frankenstein (2014)
Director:
 Stuart Beattie
Stars: Aaron Eckhart, Bill Nighy, Yvonne Strahovski

Today, Universal Studios brings their monster franchise back to life with the first installment of the “Dark Universe”, THE MUMMY starring Tom Cruise, so Awfully Good Movies is looking back at when one of their most famous monsters came back to life without Universal’s help--I, FRANKENSTEIN, starring Aaron Eckhart, Bill Nighy and Jai Courtney! Yes, the people who brought you UNDERWORLD thought it’d be cool to create another franchise about mystical creatures battling over the domination of Earth, with this one centered around Mary Shelley’s stitch-faced abomination of God. But as it turns out, when you take the formula of the UNDERWORLD movies and subtract Kate Beckinsale in a latex catsuit from the equation, it ends up being pretty goddamned stupid. You got Aaron Eckhart going from Two-Face to several faces stitched together as Frankenstein’s monster, who finds himself caught up in a war between demonic creatures and angelic gargoyles. And with Bill Nighy as the prince of the demons eager to harness the Frankenstein secret of bringing the dead back to life, this Frankenstein’s monster has way more things to run away from than angry mobs carrying torches and pitchforks. And yes, I’m calling him Frankenstein’s monster instead of just plain Frankenstein! If you want a movie about the actual Victor Frankenstein, you can watch whatever that piece of crap with James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe was. I know I’ll have to watch that movie to tie into the FRANKENSTEIN remake with Javier Bardem, and let me tell you: NOT LOOKING FORWARD TO IT.

And if you want to roll, roll, roll in ze hay with more episodes of Awfully Good Movies, then take your pitchforks and torches to the castle of these YouTube links...

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Extra Tidbit: In case anyone is curious: Yes, that is Kevin Grevioux's real voice. No, I don't know how any human is capable of having a voice with that low of a pitch. But if they ever get around to making a Barry White biopic, they need to give that dude a call.
Source: JoBlo.com

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