Geoff T's Hoop-Tober 4.0 Challenge
Karloff Double Bill #2
Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
Out of all the directors who worked on the early Universal horror films, I don't think any of them were as consistently solid as James Whale. He was somehow able to inject a certain level of energy into the films that other directors couldn't. The same is true with this follow-up to his own Frankenstein, which manages to succeed it in more ways than one.