The 20 Best Frankenstein Films Ranked!
With Emma Stone lined up to play a female version
of the monster in Poor Things, we rate a century’s worth of cinema inspired by Shelley’s novel
by Anne Billson
What a stitch-up … watch a clip from Depraved. #12: DEPRAVED
The indie horror honcho Larry Fessenden’s take on the Frankenstein story begins with an amnesiac stabbing victim waking up in a makeshift Brooklyn lab with a stitched-together body. The PTSD-afflicted ex-military medic who revived him tries to educate his creation in all things beautiful, but his partner has less elevated plans for the creature. Good characters, lo-fi psychedelia, sadness, doom.