9b. Bonus: Sarah Chamberlain on Frankenstein.

A bonus to our episode on Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. We are joined by Sarah Chamberlain, one of the hosts of fellow Megaphonic podcast A Part Of Our Scare-itage. Sarah is deeply familiar with the world of horror movies, and Frankenstein is her favourite book—so we were excited to talk with her about a few of the many, many, many, many film adaptations that have been made. What gets changed, what gets added, and what audiences are addressed in these films? Also, what kind of horror is appropriate for children?

Show Notes.

Sarah’s podcast on Canadian horror films, A Part Our Our Scare-itage.

Richard Brinsley Peake: Presumption; or, the Fate of Frankenstein.

Frankenstein [1910].

Frankenstein [1931].

The Bride of Frankenstein [1935].

Penny Dreadful [2014–2016].

Young Frankenstein [1974].

Frankenweenie [2012].

The Terminator [1984].

Terminator 2: Judgment Day [1991].

That last film Sarah mentions.

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