Our Frankenstein Ultimate Guide Bundle is the perfect way to enjoy these two Karloff classics for less!
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The Classic Monsters Ultimate Guides have been hugely popular, and you can now purchase our two Frankenstein editions in a bundle – Frankenstein 1931 and Bride of Frankenstein 1935 can be yours with a saving on the cover price, and a special combined shipping rate too!
Perfect for any fan of Universal’s Frankenstein movies, these two unique luxury magazines are rich in information, packed with quality stills and beautifully designed. Each one takes you through the history of the respective movie, with details on the film itself, its production, and the cast and crew who turned them into the cinematic legends we know today.
Frankenstein 1931 – PLEASE NOTE, this item is a limited edition reprint.
James Whale’s horror movie masterpiece needs little introduction, but our lavish Ultimate Guide magazine, called simply Frankenstein 1931, takes you a little deeper, with a wealth of beautiful stills, posters and press book bringing the story to life.
Inside Frankenstein 1931 you’ll find:
- A comprehensive account of the production of the movie
- Details of its transition from Mary Shelley’s book, to the stage, and finally to the screen
- An overview of the impact the movie has had on popular culture
- A thorough study of the life of Boris Karloff
- Fascinating biographies of the major cast and crew, providing an insight into their oftentimes tragic personal and professional lives
- A look at some of the popular memorabilia inspired by the film
- A wealth of trivia and little-known facts
- Tons of high-quality stills, posters, press books and artwork
- Plus much more!
Bride of Frankenstein 1935
The 1935 sequel to Frankenstein became a hit in its own right, and deservedly so. A new stylistic approach was just the beginning, as James Whale and his expert team told the missing part of Mary Shelley’s tale in a new and thrilling way.
Even today, the atmosphere, styling and performances in this movie weave a powerful spell for existing fans and first-time viewers alike. Authors Nige Burton and Jamie Jones explore the many ways in which Bride of Frankenstein makes for compelling viewing, from James Whale’s wry humour, to the pathos of Karloff’s Monster and the anti-chemistry with Elsa Lanchester’s portrayal of his doomed mate.
This luxury magazine guide is crammed with high quality stills, posters and lobby cards, as well as trivia, behind-the-scenes information and biographies of the cast and crew who made this movie so special. Any fan of Universal monsters, Boris Karloff or classic horror cannot afford to miss it – it’s the must-have publication for any true Bride of Frankenstein aficionado.
Classic Monsters founder, author and horror film historian Nige Burton and co-author Jamie Jones have dug deep into their crypt to unearth the compelling stories of the making of what, by many, are considered to be two of the most influential horror movies of the 20th Century. If you are a fan of the Universal classic monsters, then these unique tributes are most definitely for your collection, which will become enriched as we add future titles in the series. These are the perfect reference guides for any fans of Frankenstein, and are now available for the first time as a bundle.
Classic monsters are back. You can now look forward to a long running series of books celebrating all your favourite legendary monster movies!
Each magazine’s specification:
- 36 pages
- Full colour throughout
- Luxury gloss cover (Frankenstein 1931) and matt cover with gloss varnish (Bride of Frankenstein 1935)