Trailer 4 for Frankenstein’s Monster (2013) is a short length trailer which emphasizes the Monster’s character. Original music by Ryan Cockerham.
Film Review from Simon Ball with Horror HotHouse:
“This is one of the most faithful adaptations of Shelley’s narrative that I have ever seen, despite transferring the action from early 19th century Europe to a Steampunked … late Victorian America.”
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Indie Buzz: Frankenstein’s Monster (2013) review.
via Indie Buzz: Frankenstein’s Monster (2013) review.
Thank you Land of the Nerds for this cast/crew interview.
“Christopher recommends that to build props for a low-budget film you need to find someone who can take a look at random bits of things found in a hardware store. Just a little imagination and a few bits of scrap can go a long way to building some amazing props.
As an actor, the most difficult scene for Matt was sitting under the sheets, waiting to film the reanimation sequence. “I didn’t want it to look like a cartoon.” He had not seen a lot of Frankenstein films, other than Young Frankenstein, which was a different style from this film. He had no preconceived notions of how to be the monster, to act like other versions. The apparatus that made the steam was not uncomfortable; it attached down a tube to a flask of dry ice.
What we learned from this interview and panel was that props for films can be made cheaply and effectively if you know where to look and who to ask. You don’t need a super fancy video camera, a really nice camera with video capacity can do wonders, and microphones can be made inexpensively.
We also learned that the cast of Frankenstein’s Monster is passionate about the project, and that passion can be seen in the film. I urge anyone who gets the chance to watch this film to do so.”
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Quote from article:
“For the filming, some of the most important aspects to the filmmakers were to ensure that the film maintained an authentic, Victorian period-style. To maintain that look, the filmmakers needed to ensure that the costumes were beautiful and accurate. Costumes can be an expensive, especially period costumes. Luckily, the producer, Judith Shields, found J’Nean Henderson, Victorian Lady.”
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