Frankenstein

Frankenstein

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  • 2004
  • 1 Season
  • 4.5  (1,772)

Frankenstein is a horror action film. The story begins when Frankenstein was young. He grew up in Switzerland, in a high class family. He was brought up with an orphan named Elizabeth, and two brothers. He attended the university where he studied electricity, chemistry, and math. After studying at the university and endless experiments, he believes he has discovered the secrets of life. He spends endless months in his lab constructing a monster. He fashioned the body out of human parts that he, and his assistant dug up from a graveyard, and elsewhere. When the creature wakes up, and opens his eyes. Frankenstein knows he has created a monster. He knows the monster has to be destroyed. Frankenstein becomes ill, and the monster disappears. Upon returning to his family home his brother was murdered. He believes the monster killed his brother. The monster tries to befriend people, only to scare them, and he kills some of them. He learns what it is to be human, and ugly.

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What happens when man violates the laws of God and science? For Captain Walton and the crew of a weather-beaten ship stranded in the icy sea, the answer follows their rescue of a scientist close to death, frozen in fear, and insane with dire warnings. It begins with Frankenstein's career as a young scientist possessed of a dark and obsessive thirst for knowledge. Against the wishes of his father, he strives to divine the mysteries of life and death. Pledging his love to his childhood sweetheart Elizabeth, he leaves for a university in Ingolstadt, Germany where, under the auspices of Professor Waldman, Frankenstein vows to unlock nature's secrets. In his private laboratory, he has the tools he needs: severed limbs and torsos stolen from a morgue. Piece by piece, his experiment begins. Stitched together like a lumbering doll, and jolted to life by a powerful bolt of electricity, his magnificent creation is shocked to life. Even more frightened than his human creator, the fledgling being disappears into the night, helpless, abhorred, and vulnerable. Yet this new creature proves even more fallibly human than Frankenstein. He is not only imbued with knowledge and wisdom, but a conscience as well--and a longing to be accepted for something other than the deviant he is. Rejected by his "father" and shunned by society, he vows revenge by stealing all that Frankenstein all holds most dear. Victim by victim, fueled by painful rage, he closes in on his prey-- Frankenstein's beloved Elizabeth. But the wounded creature has another, even more devious plan--to lure Frankenstein into the bitter wilderness in an effort to understand the nature of his father's hideous deeds and the reason for his own despairing crimes as well. Unable to inspire love, he can now only inspire terror. And he will, as Frankenstein meets his appointment with destiny.
Part One
1. Part One
October 5, 2004
What happens when man violates the laws of God and science? For Captain Walton and the crew of a weather-beaten ship stranded in the icy sea, the answer follows their rescue of a scientist close to death, frozen in fear, and insane with dire warnings. It begins with Frankenstein's career as a young scientist possessed of a dark and obsessive thirst for knowledge. Against the wishes of his father, he strives to divine the mysteries of life and death. Pledging his love to his childhood sweetheart Elizabeth, he leaves for a university in Ingolstadt, Germany where, under the auspices of Professor Waldman, Frankenstein vows to unlock nature's secrets. In his private laboratory, he has the tools he needs: severed limbs and torsos stolen from a morgue. Piece by piece, his experiment begins. Stitched together like a lumbering doll, and jolted to life by a powerful bolt of electricity, his magnificent creation is shocked to life. Even more frightened than his human creator, the fledgling being disappears into the night, helpless, abhorred, and vulnerable. Yet this new creature proves even more fallibly human than Frankenstein. He is not only imbued with knowledge and wisdom, but a conscience as well--and a longing to be accepted for something other than the deviant he is. Rejected by his "father" and shunned by society, he vows revenge by stealing all that Frankenstein all holds most dear. Victim by victim, fueled by painful rage, he closes in on his prey-- Frankenstein's beloved Elizabeth. But the wounded creature has another, even more devious plan--to lure Frankenstein into the bitter wilderness in an effort to understand the nature of his father's hideous deeds and the reason for his own despairing crimes as well. Unable to inspire love, he can now only inspire terror. And he will, as Frankenstein meets his appointment with destiny.
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Frankenstein is a horror action film. The story begins when Frankenstein was young. He grew up in Switzerland, in a high class family. He was brought up with an orphan named Elizabeth, and two brothers. He attended the university where he studied electricity, chemistry, and math.

After studying at the university and endless experiments, he believes he has discovered the secrets of life. He spends endless months in his lab constructing a monster. He fashioned the body out of human parts that he, and his assistant dug up from a graveyard, and elsewhere. When the creature wakes up, and opens his eyes. Frankenstein knows he has created a monster. He knows the monster has to be destroyed.

Frankenstein becomes ill, and the monster disappears. Upon returning to his family home his brother was murdered. He believes the monster killed his brother. The monster tries to befriend people, only to scare them, and he kills some of them. He learns what it is to be human, and ugly.Frankenstein is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (2 episodes). The series first aired on October 5, 2004.

Where to Watch Frankenstein

Frankenstein is available for streaming on the Hallmark Channel website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Frankenstein on demand at Amazon.

  • Premiere Date
    October 5, 2004
  • IMDB Rating
    4.5  (1,772)