Last Halloween, Horrify Me decided to celebrate the 35th anniversary of Cannibal Holocaust with a tribute shoot of the Impaled Girl, which proved to be as controversial as it was popular. For Halloween , the Horrify Me team have created a brand new extreme vision of a true legendary icon of horror: The Bride of Frankenstein. Created as a showpiece set, this photo shoot exhibits the Bride as an erotic figure of surgical malpractice, with all her ghastly scars clearly on show. The sensual femininity on display is juxtaposed with cruel science, a patchwork woman built from dead body parts that is simultaneously beautiful and horrific. The make-up took artist and photographer Rick Jones ten hours to complete, and then a further two hours to shoot. Looks great.
Naked Elsa Lanchester in The Bride Of Frankenstein < ANCENSORED
During the last season of Penny Dreadful , once more the sensations of guilt, lust, and repression intermingled for a montage of Victorian liaisons that ran the gamut from sweet to bedeviling. And for Victor, this meant making love to a corpse he imbued with life. The profound amount of psychological profiling this opens up for the doctor—who in many ways is taking advantage of a presumed newborn he has lied to along with Caliban since birth—is almost as tantalizing as what it means for Lily, the first Bride of Frankenstein to ever have her wedding night. Indeed, Lily seems like the potential fulfillment of a question mark that has haunted the Frankenstein legend ever since Mary Shelley put pen to page. That is until this undead Eliza proved she could talk a great deal more than about the rains in Spain.
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So intones Dr. Praetorious to Dr. Henry Frankenstein, toasting their new friendship with a glass of gin "my only weakness" before proposing a partnership. He unveils a series of miniature living humans, each in its own bell jar: Homunculi, he says, which point the way to full-scale experiments in the creation of life.
The Bride of Frankenstein is a American science-fiction horror film , the first sequel to Universal Pictures ' hit Frankenstein. It is widely regarded as one of the greatest sequels in cinematic history, with many fans and critics considering it to be an improvement on the original Frankenstein. The movie starts as an immediate sequel to the events that concluded the earlier film, and is rooted in a subplot of the original Mary Shelley novel, Frankenstein