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adjective Referring to any enterprise—a ‘Frankenstein’—that circumvents or expands beyond the mechanisms designed to control it
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Daniel Radcliffe and James McAvoy in Victor Frankenstein
In no time, Frankenstein (played with almost psychopathic zest by McAvoy) helps him flee the circus, fixes his hunchback and names him Igor before they set about trying to bring life to the stitched-together limbs and body parts of dead creatures.
Igor started out as a disabled blacksmith in "Son of Frankenstein" and then had his brain transplanted into the monster in "Ghost of Frankenstein.
4 Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed (1969) THE tale gets the Hammer Studios treatment with Peter Cushing as a Baron Frankenstein obsessed with brain transplants.
Rather than master and servant, Igor and Frankenstein have "a brotherly relationship", while Downton Abbey star Jessica Brown Findlay has landed the female lead as Lorelei, a beautiful circus performer who forms a close bond with Igor.
A lot of people are saying that Frankenstein is the same genre as Horns and Woman In Black, but actually I think when you eventually see those three films they really could not be more different," he said on the red carpet before the awards ceremony.
In her 1831 update of Frankenstein, Shelley wrote that the story she had penned 15 years earlier emerged from a summer telling ghost stories on Switzerland's Lake Geneva.
But why have recent Romanticist research and scholarship come to focus attention so heavily and specifically on Shelley's Frankenstein in the production of these immersive electronic environments, hypertext online resources, and digital humanities initiatives?
Victor Frankenstein, an intense teenager, has enjoyed a privileged upbringing at the Chateau Frankenstein near Geneva.
Identical twins Victor and Konrad Frankenstein have grown up in their Geneva chateau, along with their distant cousin Elizabeth.
Victor Frankenstein (Andrew Gower) is preparing for his wedding to childhood sweetheart Elizabeth Lavenza (Lacey Turner).
And Boyle has won praise for his latest project, which stars actors Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller in alternating roles as Victor Frankenstein and his monster.