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Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (Movie 1994)

In the most famous horror story of all time, young Victor Frankenstein (Kenneth Branagh) leaves Geneva for university, leaving behind his adopted sister (Helena Bonham Carter). Inspired by the sinister Professor Waldman, Victor becomes obsessed and ... Enhance TV, 7 hours ago
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What Frankenstein Has to Do With Anti-Vaxxers

Photo illustration by Slate . Photos via Universal; Winai_Tepsuttinun; iStock. In 1780, University of Bologna physician Luigi Galvani found something peculiar: When he applied an electric current to the legs of a dead frog, they twitched.
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The Weird Science That Inspired Mary Shelley

Frankenstein was, at the time of its publication, practically sui generis —a new kind of book, working around the edges of science and story. But if you look at the social and scientific thought surrounding its young creator, Mary Shelley, as she ...
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Frankenstein Slots

Master, there is a mob of angry villagers in front of the castle. They are all carrying torches and pitchforks. what should I tell them? Tell them to disperse before I release my monster - he may find a new arm amongst the villagers. . MEGA slot ...
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'Carousel' Returns to Theaters: Shirley Jones Shares Set Stories — Including Why Frank Sinatra Quit the Movie

The 1956 film Carousel ( playing in select theaters today ) is best remembered for bringing the Broadway show's classic Rodgers and Hammerstein songs, including Youll Never Walk Alone and If I Loved You, to the big screen. The story of a doomed ...
 Yahoo! Movies5 days ago
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Taco Bell's newest creation may be the grossest fast food invention yet

Image: taco bell By 2017-01-11 13:00:00 UTC When will fast food companies stop Frankensteining our food? Taco Bell just announced that it's one-upping its sister chain KFC by creating a taco shell made out of friend chicken. KFC previously ...
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Building robot Frankenstein from the pieces of CES 2017

I want Rosie the Robot to become a reality. As ambitious as a cartoon character from a 1960s TV Show might seem, I saw a lot of the pieces to make a pretty good Rosie at CES 2017 . The pieces were just spread out between a bunch of different ...
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Future Tense Newsletter: Why Were Still Talking About Frankenstein

, shows a statue of Frankenstein's monster in Geneva. Photo by FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/ Happy New Year, Future Tensers! What better way to kick off 2017 than beginning the latest installment of Futurography—our online course offering ...
 Slate Magazine1 week ago Why Frankenstein Is Still Relevant, Almost 200 Years After It Was Published  Slate Magazine2 weeks ago
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The 2017 trends to know

Stripes strike back, hair is shorn and Frankenstein's monster is shaping shoulders: welcome to spring/summer 2017. We've rounded up the season's top trends. Stripes strike back, hair is shorn and Frankenstein's monster is shaping shoulders: welcome ...
 Irish Independent1 week ago

Tony the Tiger, not Frankenstein, sang Youre a Mean One, Mr. Grinch

The Grinch. (--/Warner Bros.) There was an unfortunate omission in the Dec. 11 Sunday Arts article "" Vocalist Thurl Ravenscroft, not Boris Karloff, sang the original song of the Grinch, "Youre a Mean One, Mr. Grinch." Theodor Geisel was extremely ...
 Washington Post3 weeks ago
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