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Dan: On this episode we discuss Victor Frankenstein.
Elliott: Just the guy?
Stuart: Yeah.
Dan: Yeah, we were just like: what's up with him?
Elliott: Hey—
Dan: Haven't seen him since college.
Elliott: I mean, I see him on Facebook, and he's like "Still workin' on this corpse." And I Like it. You know, I don't really like it. But I give him a Like because I feel bad for him.
Stuart: Yeah. It's a pity Like.
Elliott: And he always tags the corpse, and he makes a Facebook page for the corpse. And you're like: dude, if you spent less time on your social media marketing campaign and more time on your studies and your research, maybe you'd have brought that corpse back to life by now. But instead he's got fuckin' Instagram feeds for every project. And it's like—c'mon, stop puttin' like the cart before the corpse. Am I right?
Stuart: Yeah, but he's verified on Instagram now. So…he's got that goin' for him.
Elliott: True.
Stuart: I mean, what do you have to show for it on Instagram?
Elliott: I don't even have an Instagram account.
Dan: Movies!

Official Show Notes[]

"BOOOGENS! Shocktober begins with Victor Frankenstein, the movie that posits that maybe we don't actually wanna see the monster that much. Meanwhile, Elliott disrespects the death of several major pop artists, Stu brings up Jackie Chan again, and Dan says some weird things…"

Movie Summary[]


Told from Igor's perspective, we see the troubled young assistant's dark origins, his redemptive friendship with the young medical student Viktor Von Frankenstein, and become eyewitnesses to the emergence of how Frankenstein became the man–and the legend–we know today.


While searching for animal body parts at a London circus, radical scientist Victor Frankenstein meets gifted surgeon Igor Strausman. Not only does the brilliant doctor offer Strausman his friendship, but also a chance to work with him on groundbreaking research that could change the world forever. When Victor's experiments with life and death go too far, only Igor can bring him back from the brink of madness and save him from his monstrous creation.

Final Judgments[]

  • Totally Snorifying (Stuart) @59:50
  • Totally Snorifying (Elliott) @1:01:40
  • Totally Scarifying (Dan) @1:02:15

Better Than[]

Episode Highlights[]


Movie Pitches[]

  • A different kind of Frankenstein story (Elliott) @29:45
Glengarry Glen Frankenstein


  • ­When that zombie chimp died, the movie's spirit died with it.
           —Elliott @1:02:10


Listener Mail[]

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  • Re-Animator (1985) by Stuart Gordon (Elliott) @Time