The podcast for in-depth discussion on films and the original material they're based on.
This week the gang discusses the comic I, Frankenstein: Genesis by Kevin Grevioux as well as the motion comic and the film adaptation starring Aaron Eckhart. While they applaud the trans-media attempt, they aren’t sure that the film stands up well on it’s own.
What do you think? Have a listen and then tell us your own thoughts on the comic and film in the comments!
Music: Over at the Frankenstein Place by Alkaline Trio from The Rocky Horror Punk Rock Show
-Feb 14 (US), Mar 21 (UK)
-Based on Sexual Perversity in Chicago, a play by David Marmet
-Feb 14 (US and UK)
-Remake of a 1981 film
-Feb 14 (US), Feb 21 (UK)
-Based on Mark Helprin’s novel
-Feb 14 (US), Feb 19 (UK)
-Based on the book series by Richelle Mead
-Written by Kevin Grevioux
-Art by Dario Carrasco, Roberto Castro, Edu Menna Ryan Benjamin and JJ Kirby
-Published by Dark Storm Comics
-Written by Kevin Grevioux and Stuart Beattie
-Directed by Stuart Beattie
-Starring Aaron Eckhart, Bill Nighy, Miranda Otto and Yvonne Strahovski