treated myself to this today~ 😱🖤✨ guess this is as good a time as any for another Spooky Rec! and y’all get three for the price of one.
Frankenstein (1931) and The Bride of Frankenstein (1935), directed by James Whale, hardly need introduction. they might as well be the backbone of early American horror films, introduced some of the most iconic monster designs in film history, and they and Dracula (1931) launched the beginnings of what would become the first crossover (or “VS”) monster movies. and then there’s Young Frankenstein (1974), Mel Brooks’ fourth film and considered the first ever parody movie. these are some of my most favorites films, classics and childhood loves all inspired by the work of one of my favorite authors and icons: the creator of the science-fiction genre, Mary Shelley. the classics also inspired the likes of Guillermo del Toro and his movie monsters, and they will continue to inspire long into the future. thanks for the monster, Mary, and for the hubris of man knocked down in such a unique way.
🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 all around | length: all under 2hrs | scare factor: minimal | streaming: none
We had a little Franken-FUN 💚 today and made Frankenstein & his bride! There’s a fun writing page included in this pack where kiddos can create a story describing their Franken-Friends 💚 This activity is ALWAYS a hit! Link in profile or http://bit.ly/CupcakeFrankie
I love to come up with a new decoration for each holiday every year. So I was pretty excited about these black pillow covers I found at IKEA for $4 each. Using orange, white and purple puff paint-I wrote 31 but don’t look to close because I woke up the next morning only to find my kids fingers just couldn’t contain themselves from touching the paint.