Henry Frankenstein is a brilliant scientist who has been conducting experiments on the re-animation of lifeless bodies. He has conducted experiments on small animals and is now ready to create life in a man he has assembled from body parts he has been collecting from various sites such as graveyards or the gallows. His fiancée Elizabeth and friend Victor Moritz are worried about his health as he spends far too many hours in his laboratory on his experiments. He's successful and the creature he's made come to life is gentle but clearly afraid of fire. Henry's father, Baron Frankenstein, bring his son to his senses and Henry agrees that the monster should be humanely destroyed. Before they can do so however, the monster escapes and in its innocence, kills a little girl. The villagers rise up intent on destroying the murdering creature.
Some love him, some love to hate him but the man changed my life and for me, he will be missed. I always sit and think would I be who I am if it was not for Jerry Lewis and his Labor Day Telethon to raise money with one goal to find a cure for over 40 neuromuscular diseases. If it was not for the telethon that my dad so carefully put together locally every year would I still have done something so important in my life as MDA Camp? My heart my soul my life and the way I live it every day stems from what this man has done for the world. Jerry Lewis opened the doors to a world that I can not imagine not being a part of.
For many Lewis will be remembered for his film and comedian career for me he gave my life a path that after 40 plus years I still follow to this day.
Every labor day even when our local telethon was already in full swing I would still find a TV set tuned into the main feed just to hear his opening monolog listing for the words "We found a cure" and every year …
A low-budget homage to the kitschy charms of B-grade sci-fi and horror movies premieres in London on this day in 1975 and will have its US debut a month later, but it won't make much of a splash either critically or commercially at first. Nevertheless, 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show" won't remain obscure for long, becoming a cult classic and midnight-movie mainstay and a Halloween staple to this day! Happy 42 Birthday Brad and Janet.
Sometimes google photos will make these random videos and this one takes the cake. I can not believe how much my little girl has grown up and the one thing that has not changed is that smile! I love these girls so much they are the light of my life!
With Puppet Master The Littlest Reich in the can a new company his out to reboot The Full Moon Classic. Today at Texas Frightmare fans got their first look at the new puppets.
“They have redesigned all the puppets. Four classic puppets are in the new film: Blade, Tunneller, Torch, and Pinhead. We had one new Puppet revealed: “The Happy Amphibian”. There are other new ones as well [that are] as yet unrevealed.