Never know how to rate these things. It was fun. Enjoyably bad. I watched it while writing a couple emails and it worked perfectly. This is one of my dad's favorite movies because it was filmed around where he grew up and he saw it all the time as a kid.
1/31 of Hoop-Tober 4.0
What takes Bride of Frankenstein from being just a fantastic Universal horror film to an all-time classic of the genre is how it works on so many levels.
Most importantly, it's campy, cheesy fun, with every scene packing in horror and humor and heart, never becoming boring, and wrapping up in a neat 75 minutes. In essence, it is the perfect old-timey monster movie.
Beyond that, as James Whale's last horror film, it's a subtle deconstruction…