Wednesday Feb 12
Unspeakable horrors are done in the name of love in these genre classics
Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and if you'd like to make your significant other's heart race a little faster, why not try introducing a little horror into this Friday, February 14? A scary movie will do the trick, and there are some frighteners that are positively romantic in their own dark, twisted way.
Ride Along and Lone Survivor Destroy I, Frankenstein
"It's ali-i-ive !" screamed Colin Clive as the scientist who created a monster in Universal's 1931 Frankenstein , the movie that launched 200 or more variations on Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley's 1818 novel.
The original 'Frankenstein'
One of the new films coming to theatres this month is "I, Frankenstein." Over the years, there have been many movie versions of this famous horror story by Mary Shelley, which was published in 1818.
Five of the Best Science and Technology Films
Cinema did not emerge from a eureka moment, but rather through the incremental innovations of pioneers such as the LumiA re brothers, A For every The Social Network, however, there is a Hackers; likewise, rare accomplishments such as 2001: A Space Odyssey tend to be followed by a flurry of ill-advised imitators.
Cinema Classics: Five of the Best Science and Technology Films
This article was originally published at The Conversation . The publication contributed the article to SPACE.com's Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights .