Frankenstein (1931)

“You have created a monster, and it will destroy you!” Mary Shelley’s milestone novel was brought to the screen in iconic fashion in the early 1930’s, when a movie monster craze gripped the cinematic world with werewolves, vampires, invisible men and mummies. To celebrate the release of Yorgos Lanthimos’ loose interpretation of this gothic horror tale with Poor Things, we screen Frankenstein starting February 5th. English language without subtitles.

Frankenstein (1931)
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Frankenstein (1931)

Dr. Henry Frankenstein attempts to create a life by assembling a creature from the body parts of the deceased. Aided by his loyal misshapen assistant, Fritz, Frankenstein succeeds in animating his monster, but, confused and traumatized, it escapes into the countryside and begins to wreak havoc.

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National Theatre Live: Vanya
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National Theatre Live: Vanya

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Martin Scorsese’s After Hours ( 1985)
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Martin Scorsese’s After Hours ( 1985)

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Titanic (1997) – a 70mm presentation [blow-up]
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Titanic (1997) – a 70mm presentation [blow-up]

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