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Movie Info

After creating Viktor (Clancy Brown), a reanimated man, Dr. Frankenstein (Sting) brings the freshly dead Eva (Jennifer Beals) back to life as a mate for his monster. Gorgeous Eva rejects the hideously scarred Viktor, who goes on a murderous rampage that blows up the lab. In the chaos, Frankenstein and Eva escape. Assuming Viktor is dead, Frankenstein decides to train his other creation to act like a normal human. Meanwhile, Viktor pairs with dwarf Rinaldo (David Rappaport) to form a circus act.

Cast & Crew

Sting
Frankenstein
Geraldine Page
Mrs. Baumann
Chris Kenny
Producer
Lloyd Fonvielle
Screenwriter
Keith Addis
Executive Producer
Maurice Jarre
Original Music
Stephen H. Burum
Cinematographer
Michael Ellis
Film Editor
Michael Seymour
Production Design
Bryan Graves
Art Director
Tessa Davies
Set Decoration
Shirley Russell
Costume Designer
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Critic Reviews for The Bride

All Critics (11) | Fresh (3) | Rotten (8)

Audience Reviews for The Bride

  • Aug 09, 2011
    The familiar story takes an interesting if slow divergent path in this update of Whale's classic. Beals and Sting do as well as they can with underwritten material while the Monster, ably played by Clancy Brown and touching on some of Karloff's tender renditions, makes a friend (David Rappaport, perhaps the heart of the piece) and joins the circus. A surprise.
    Kevin M. W Super Reviewer
  • Feb 25, 2010
    Dr. Frankenstein builds a mate for his creation, but instead decides to turn her into a feminist icon (!), so the original monster leaves to join the circus with a dwarf (!). Pointless and ridiculous "remake" of THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN.
    Greg S Super Reviewer
  • Dec 29, 2009
    Christ I keep wondering why make many Remakes over the years though I have to admit this Remake was a guilty Joy.
    Wahida K Super Reviewer
  • May 20, 2009
    Disappointing. The film looks great - the costumes and the sets are wonderful - but there was just something lacking, maybe in the story itself...or in the acting department. ;) Frankly, I wasn't all that interested in the adventures of Viktor and Rinaldo. It felt like they belonged to an entirely different film.
    vieras e Super Reviewer

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