Moon Sedai wrote a wonderful review of Frankenstein’s Monster. In praise of the film she wrote:
“The focus of this film is, at the heart, the story, not the blood, gore, and tech. The film is beautifully done despite the low budget.”
Strong words of praise were also given to Matt Risoldi (Monster) and the cinematography(Slava Vlad). But we won’t spoil that here.
If you’d like to read the whole article, please check it out HERE. Also be sure to look at the rest of their great website which covers everything science fiction and fun!
“You might also be interested in learning about Frankenstein’s Monster, a “steampunk-light” adaptation of the classic novel. Judith B. Shields, the founder of First Step Cinmeatics and the writer and producer of Frankenstein’s Monster, is interviewed over at Steamed! where she discusses the film.”
“The filmmakers have attempted an adaptation of Frankenstein accurate to the novel, a feat rarely ever attempted. “
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“There’ll also be a screening of Judith B. Shields’s steampunk reimagining of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. “How we are making the film unique is a light steampunk twist: What if instead of electricity, Victor Frankenstein reanimated the monster by steam?” said Shields. “Victor Frankenstein was known for studying all sciences, so it is not too far of a leap to have him experiment with steam. Our monster actually smokes.”
To read the full article:
“See amazing indie films. The LoneStarCon 3 Independent Film Festival runs during Worldcon with its own galaxy of SF/F, horror and comic genres, including “Frankenstein’s Monster,” a “steampunk-light” adaptation of Mary Shelley‘s masterpiece shot in 14 days in the Houston/Galveston area.”
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“Our Steampunk is expressed through the art—for starters we used a lot of STEAM! The monster is Steam-powered. He smokes! It is simple. Steampunk is expressed in the camera angle choices. The finished look of the film has a darkened edge and is slightly desaturated—to remind the audience of an old photograph. Word choices in the script, Edwardian costumes, unique props built by those in our Texas Steampunk community. This is our Steampunk.”
To read more of this great interview, please go here:
Frankenstein\’s Monster – An Indie Steampunk Film.
via Frankenstein\’s Monster – An Indie Steampunk Film.
via Frankenstein’s Monster – An Indie Steampunk Film–A fantastic interview of Judith B. Shields by Author and Blogger Maeve Alpin as They Ride on an Airship Discussing the Project and Steampunk.
A closer look at microbudget filmmaking.
“IL: You are one of the special guest panelists at this year’s Comicpalooza (2013) discussing how to make an independent film on a budget. Great topic since many indie-artists/film makers struggle with the financial aspect in launching their projects. What advice can you give indie-artists dealing with this dilemma?”
To read Shields’ answer, please read the rest of this great interview at