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I, Frankenstein is a 2014 American science fantasy action film written and directed by Stuart Beattie, based on the digital-only graphic novel by Kevin Grevioux. An international co-production between the United States and Australia, the film was produced by Tom Rosenberg, Gary Lucchesi, Richard Wright, Andrew Mason and Sidney Kimmel. It stars Aaron Eckhart, Bill Nighy, Yvonne Strahovski, Miranda Otto and Jai Courtney. The film tells the story of Adam, Frankenstein s monster, who embarks on a dangerous journey to stop evil demons and their ruthless leader from taking over the world.

The film was released on January 24, 2014, in the United States and on March 20, 2014 in Australia. The film received negative reception and grossed $76 million worldwide against a production budget of $65 million.


In 1795, Doctor Victor Frankenstein creates a monster by putting together parts of corpses and reanimating them. Horrified by his creation, Frankenstein tries to destroy it, but the monster survives and murders his wife Elizabeth. Frankenstein chases it to the Arctic, but he succumbs to the cold weather. When the monster returns home to bury Frankenstein, it is attacked by demons, but is then rescued by two gargoyles, Ophir and Keziah. They bring it to a cathedral, where the monster meets the gargoyle queen Leonore and her second-in-command Gideon. Leonore explains that they were created by the Archangel Michael to battle demons on Earth and protect humanity. She names the creature Adam and invites him to join them, but he declines and chooses to depart. He is given baton-like weapons to protect himself, as more demons will come after him. The weapons allow him to descend demons (destroying their bodies and trapping their souls in Hell) as they have the symbol of the Gargoyle Order carved on them.

For the next two hundred years, Adam lives apart from society, killing any demon that pursues him and hiding from them. Deciding to rejoin society in the modern-day, Adam looks for and confronts a group of demons. During the fight, a police officer is accidentally killed. This causes Adam to be summoned by the gargoyles once more and they decide to imprison him as punishment. A demon Helek, who survived Adam s attack, reports to his leader, the demon prince Naberius, that Adam is alive. Naberius has disguised himself as billionaire businessman Charles Wessex and employs scientists Terra Wade and Carl Avery to conduct experiments to try to reanimate corpses. He sends a group of demons led by his most formidable warrior, Zuriel, to attack the gargoyles cathedral and capture Adam so he can unlock the secret to resurrecting the dead.

In the attack, many demons are slain and 16 gargoyles, including Ophir and Keziah, are ascended (returned to and trapped in Heaven), but Zuriel sneaks in and captures Leonore and takes her to an abandoned theater. Adam interrogates a demon who tells him that they lured the gargoyles out in order to capture Leonore so they can force the gargoyles to trade Adam for her. Gideon is instructed to trade Adam to them, however, Adam escapes after the attack. Without Adam, Gideon instead offers to trade Frankenstein s journal for Leonore, which was found on Adam s body on the night they found him. At the theater, Gideon gives Zuriel the journal and Leonore is spared. Adam follows Zuriel to the Wessex Institute, where he discovers thousands of corpses underground and learns that Naberius plans to recreate Frankenstein s experiment by reanimating the corpses and using them as hosts for the descended demons so he can rebuild his armies and destroy humanity. Adam retrieves the journal from Terra and escapes the demons. He later tracks down Terra and asks for her help. The two are then attacked by Zuriel, where Adam fights him and manages to descend him.

Adam warns the remaining gargoyles of Naberius plan, agreeing to give them the journal if they get him and Terra to safety. Leonore agrees and when Adam leaves, she secretly sends Gideon to kill him after he retrieves the journal. After a violent fight, Adam ascends Gideon and then decides to burn Frankenstein s journal and destroy its secrets before the gargoyles come after him. Luring them out of the cathedral, Adam leads them to the Wessex Institute, where they descend Naberius s right-hand man Dekar and then battle more demons. In the ensuing battle, Adam goes into the institute to rescue Terra, who had been kidnapped by Naberius and forced to begin the process of reanimating the corpses. Naberius overpowers Adam and tries to have one of the demon spirits possess him, but it doesn t work because Adam has developed a soul of his own. Adam carves the Gargoyle Order symbol on Naberius, descending him to Hell. The institute collapses and falls into an abyss, where all the demons and all the possessed corpses are destroyed and Naberius plan is thwarted. Leonore rescues Adam and Terra from falling into the abyss as well and they return to the cathedral.

Leonore forgives Adam for Gideon s death and Adam bids farewell to Terra. In the ending scene, Adam narrates that he will continue defending the world from demons as he declares himself “Frankenstein.”


  • Aaron Eckhart as Adam Frankenstein, a superhuman creature created by Dr. Frankenstein
  • Bill Nighy as Naberius, a demon prince who poses as Charles Wessex, head of the scientific Wessex Institute
  • Yvonne Strahovski as Dr. Terra Wade, a world-renowned electrophysiologist employed by Naberius to research reanimation of dead matter
  • Miranda Otto as Queen Leonore, the gargoyle queen
  • Jai Courtney as Gideon, leader of the gargoyle army
  • Socratis Otto as Zuriel, Naberius most formidable warrior
  • Kevin Grevioux as Dekar, a high-ranking demon who serves as the head of security at the Wessex Institute
  • Goran D. Kleut as Rekem, a demon serving under Naberius who tries to capture Adam
  • Steve Mouzakis as Helek, a demon serving under Naberius
  • Mahesh Jadu as Ophir, a gargoyle
  • Caitlin Stasey as Keziah, a gargoyle
  • Chris Pang as Levi, a gargoyle
  • Deniz Akdeniz as Barachel, a gargoyle
  • Nicholas Bell as Dr. Carl Avery, a scientist working with Dr. Wade
  • Bruce Spence as Molokai, the demonic doctor overseeing the corpses
  • Aden Young as Dr. Victor Frankenstein, a scientist and Adam s creator


One key issue is whether Adam was a monster or a man. That was partly reflected in the choices different characters made throughout the movie to refer to Adam as either him or it. At one point, Dr. Wade delivered the key line, You re only a monster if you behave like one.

The director has said Adam earned a soul when he burned the journal, selflessly giving up his chance at a mate in order to save mankind. He said when he talked to audiences, they understood that Adam had earned a soul over the course of the movie, but different people had different ideas about what specific thing caused him to earn a soul.

At first Queen Leonore had hoped that Adam would gain a soul. But near the end of the movie, when he refused to help the gargoyles fight the demons, the director says Queen Leonore decided Adam would never gain a soul, and that s why she ordered Gideon to kill him. At that point, everyone was against him, which is similar to the sort of isolation from the original Frankenstein story.

The director said the archangels sent Adam to the gargoyles, in response to Queen Leonore asking them for help. He says that a lot in life, when you get what you need/hoped for, you don t recognize it.


Kevin Grevioux of Underworld sold the original screenplay to Lakeshore Entertainment in 2010. It is based on his Darkstorm Studios digital graphic novel of the same name. Lakeshore, an independent Los Angeles production company which also produced the Underworld films, brought Stuart Beattie on board to re-write and direct in early 2011. In November 2011, it was confirmed that filming would take place in Melbourne and that Australia s Hopscotch Features would co-produce the film with Lakeshore. The movie s visual effects budget was $6 million.

It was announced on October 7, 2011 that Aaron Eckhart would play the lead role. Eckhart described his character thus: Frankenstein is an intelligent, evolved man, and that’s how he is portrayed in this movie, for sure. In November 2011, Yvonne Strahovski was cast as the female lead, a scientist working to reanimate the dead, while Miranda Otto was cast as the queen of the gargoyles. Bill Nighy plays the film s villain, whom he described as a Nasty piece of work; one of the angels descended with Satan. Eckhart and Otto trained for three months with martial arts experts Ron Balicki and Diana Lee Inosanto in the Filipino martial art of Kali for their fight scenes.

Principal photography began on February 27, 2012, based at Docklands Studios Melbourne. Filming occurred in Victoria, Australia over a period of ten weeks, with multiple scenes being filmed at Ormond College. The film created over 500 jobs for cast and crew.


The North American release was originally set for February 22, 2013, and later moved to September 13, 2013. In April 2013 the release date was pushed back again, and saw its world premiere in Buenos Aires on January 20, 2014, after which it was released in 23 countries between January 22 and January 24. It was released in a further nine countries between January 29 and January 31. In February 2013, it was announced the film would be released in 3D. On September 17, 2013, it was announced that the film would be digitally re-mastered and released in the IMAX format.

Home media

I, Frankenstein was released on DVD and Blu-ray on May 13, 2014.


Critical response

On Rotten Tomatoes, it has a 5% approval rating based on 104 reviews, with an average rating of 3.24/10. The site s general consensus is: Loud, incoherent, and dramatically listless, I, Frankenstein is a remarkably dull fantasy adventure that fails to generate much excitement or interest in its characters. On Metacritic, the film holds a score of 30 out of 100, based on reviews from 20 critics, indicating generally unfavorable reviews . Audiences surveyed by CinemaScore gave the film a grade B on scale of A to F.

Mike McCahill of The Guardian gave the film 2 stars and Total Film also gave it 2 stars. Among the film s five positive reviews on Rotten Tomatoes was Ben Sachs, who said of the film The novel premise quickly gives way to lots of chaotic action, though there are numerous incidental pleasures throughout.

Box office

In the United States and Canada, the film was released in a total of 2,763 theaters of which 3D and IMAX comprised 95% of the total theaters. It earned $8.6 million in its opening weekend, which was below expectations. About 65% of the grosses came from 3D showings. It had a successful opening in Russia with $6.3 million from 1,846 screens. At the end of its theatrical run, the film grossed a total of $19 million in North America and $57 million elsewhere, for a worldwide total of $76.8 million surpassing its $65 million budget.

Potential sequels and Underworld crossover

Much doubt has been cast over a sequel due to the film s lackluster box office performance, though Kevin Grevioux, creator of the graphic novel and the Underworld film series, had earlier expressed interest in making more I, Frankenstein films along with an Underworld crossover film. He stated in a pre-release interview that, in an early draft of his screenplay, Kate Beckinsale would have made a post-credits cameo appearance as Selene and that there would have been Underworld Easter eggs, but none of this was used.

Year 2014
ReleaseDate 2014-01-24
RuntimeMins 92
RuntimeStr 1h 32min
Plot Frankenstein’s creature finds himself caught in an all-out, centuries-old war between two immortal clans.
Awards Awards, 1 nomination
Directors Stuart Beattie
Writers Stuart Beattie, Kevin Grevioux, Mary Shelley
Stars Aaron Eckhart, Bill Nighy, Miranda Otto
Produced by Matt Berenson,Anne Bruning,Kevin Grevioux,David Kern,Sidney Kimmel,Gary Lucchesi,Troy Lum,Andrew Mason,James McQuaide,Eric Reid,Tom Rosenberg,Jim Tauber,Bruce Toll,Richard S. Wright
Music by Reinhold Heil,Johnny Klimek
Cinematography by Ross Emery
Film Editing by Marcus D Arcy
Casting By Deborah Aquila,Nikki Barrett,Tricia Wood
Production Design by Michelle McGahey
Art Direction by Brian Edmonds,Simon McCutcheon
Set Decoration by Rolland Pike
Costume Design by Cappi Ireland
Makeup Department Katherine Brown,Natalie Burley,Andrea Cadzow,Jac Charlton,Rachel Coenen,Maggie Coleve,Louise Coulston,Ryan Cribbin,Nik Dorning,Jack Firman,Troy Follington,Sean Genders,Helene Glover,Anna Gray,Kellie Griffin,Vincent J. Guastini,Jodie Hellingman,Aline Joyce,Gail Kane,Anna Karpinski,Paul Katte,Jennifer Lamphee,Lifecast,Dominique Mathisen,Mariel McClorey,Christine Miller,Josephine Morrison-Jack,Trish Newton,Nick Nicolaou,Carolyn Nott,Laura Punteri,Jess Reedy,Fiona Rees-Jones,Heather Ross,Vivienne Rushbrook,Mia Kate Russell,Zoe Saleeba,Nicole Schipilliti,John Schoonraad,Christine Spiller,Zeljka Stanin,Zebulon Tilden,Brian Van Dorn,Kirsten Veysey,Jackie Wallington,Erica Wells,Lynn Wheeler,Kate Spear
Production Management ravi Akshay,Anne Bruning,Yvonne Collins,Reshma Jhangimal,Jason Pomerantz,Federico Posternak,Akshay Ravi,Jackie Shenoo
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Jay Adshead,Todd Embling,Damien M. Grant,Charmaine Kuhn,Erin Lander,Brad Martin,Alex Reid,Charles Rotherham,James Short,Greg Spiller,Greg Tynan
Art Department Kristen Anderson,Oliver Anderson,Marko Anttonen,Vaso Babic,Dave Bartlett,Anthony Berto,Lisa Brennan,Steven Carroll,Vanessa Cerne,Court Chu,Tricia Collins,Ben Corless,Rohan Dawson,Linus Devenish,Tony Drew,Sinead Fox,Danny Fraser,Denise Goudy,Rain Hart,Sian Higgins,Jenny Hitchcock,Sam Johnson,Dan Knight,Jared Krichevsky,Gary Lambert,Emery Lonie,Damian Lund,Dale Mackie,Jane Mancini,Jerad Marantz,Jennifer McAuliffe,Tim McGaw,Heath McKinley,Robert McKinnon,Martin L. Mercer,Paul Millan,Luca Nemolato,Sam Noack,Nick Percival,Nick Pledge,Olivia Pulbrook,Steffen Reichstadt,Ryan Saward,Phil Shearer,Dylan Shearsby,Brendan Tolley,Woody Trevellian,Michelle Venutti,Nathan Wentworth,Michael Wolff,Francesco Corvino,Nick Percival
Sound Department Aziz Acar,Yulia Akerholt,Michael Babcock,Glenn Butler,Gethin Creagh,Cam Eason,Joshua Fielstra,Cameron Grant,Leah Katz,Thom Kellar,Travis MacKay,Duncan McRae,Stuart Morton,Roni Pillischer,Andrew Plain,Andrew Ramage,Angus Robertson,John Simpson,Alicia Slusarski,Ryan Squires,Robert Sullivan,Gretchen Thornburn,William Ward,Tara Webb,Megan Wedge,Evan J Haley,Sam Rogers,Robert Ulrich
Special Effects by Andrew Baker,Brenden Barry Brown,Jessica Brown,Mitchell Cox,Maxine Dennett,Darren Frank,Dean Franklin,Rob Heggie,Grant Lehmann,Ross Murdoch,Melinda Neoh,Ray Purkis,Angelo Sahin,Taj Trengove
Visual Effects by Grant Adam,Ritesh Aggarwal,Juan Antonio Alamo,Deborah Alleck,Jon Allingham,Justin Alvarez,Michael Anders,Lars Andersen,Pedro Andrade,Vasilis Antipas,Chris Archer,Juan Arias,Brent Armfield,Graham Ashworth,Priya Ayengar,Em Baker,Nick Barber,Aaron Barlow,Steve Barnes,Yadeep Batala,Prabir Bera,Suraj Bhagat,Magdalena Bisogni,Kunal Biswas,Stefanie Blatt,Hilary Bolger,Anto Bond,Michael Bongiorno,Hayes Brien,Dan Bryce,Paul Buckley,Paul Burton,Serena Cacciato,Kev Cahill,Dominique Cama,William Cameron,Genevieve Camilleri,Kevin Campbell,Alex Cancado,Eoin Cannon,Rhodem Regner Capilla,Curtis Carlson,Tom Castellani,David Cattermole,Joe Censoplano,Singh Chandan,Steven Cheah,Carlos Cidrais,Andrew Clarke,Simone Clow,Tony Cole,Rob Conn,Rayner Cook,Ian Cope,Chad Cortvriendt,Bruce Creevey,Cameron Crichton,Nicholas Cross,Martin Crouch,Dustin Cumming,Murray Curtis,Marco D Ambros,Michaela Danby,Sopan Darandale,Troy Darben,Lalit Madhukar Dawale,Bruno Martins de Azevedo,Mark Dedaj,Jacques Dell,Giancarlo Derchie,Rohan Desai,Flavia Dias Riley,Ben Dickson,Julian Dimsey,Peter Divers,Patel Divyesh,Ian Dodman,Komal Dogra,Yoav Dolev,Sam Doolan,Steve Drew,Laura Dubsky,Dylan Dunford,Florence Durante,John Durney,Chris Dwyer,Julia Egerton,Dean Elliott,Jack Evans,Alan Fairlie,Caithlin Ferrier,Daniel Fotheringham,Dom Francis,Shaun Freeman,Jonathan Freisler,Jonathan Fung,Mahesh Gadakh,Nathaniel Garbutt,James Gardiner,Patrick Gavin,Roberto Genito,Robert Gibbons,Jason Gilholme,Anette Gjertsen,David Good,Avi Goodman,Hanna Goodman,Joel Goodman,Lenny Gordon,Ryan Grobins,Rodrigo Ribeiro Guimaraes,Vinod Gundre,Amélie Guyot,Antony Haberl,Shane Hall,Gene Hammond-Lewis,Sam Hancock,Matthew Hanger,Rio Harrington,Levent Haseki,Wei He,Ryan Heelan,Jake Hempson,Aeon Henderson,Chris Henryon,Sam Hodge,Andrew Hogden,Daniel Hourigan,Shannon Howald,Cosmin Hrincu,Levon Hudson,Chris Hunt,Giselle Hunter,Huck Hur,Jacek Irzykowski,Chris Jackson,Mike James,Samuel Jensen,David Johnson,Adam Jones,Justin Jones,Morgan Jones,Josh Judd,Alexandra Junginger,Peter Jurca,Michael Karp,Robert James Kelly,Dulshan Keragala,Emily Killick,Jun Eun Kim,Gyuri Kiss,Andrea Kistler,Oscar Knott,Helen Kok,Michael Kortum,Martin Kossmann,Konstantin Kovalenko,Rajnish Kumar,Alan S.L. Lam,Jarett Lee,Alana Lennie,Jianxiong Kent Li,Augusto Lombardi,Elizabeth Louden,Daniel Loui,Jane Lovell,Timmy Lundin,Matthew Lutes,Duncan MacDonald,Adam MacGowan,Jonathan Macintosh,Suryakant Mahunta,Mahesh Maity,Ineke Majoor,Rodney March,Anthony Mariya,Filipe Marques,Francisco Martinez,Stephen Mascarenhas,Andrea Matamoros,Peregrine McCafferty,Brad McKay,Bradleigh McKay,James McQuaide,Lewis Menga,Keith Meure,Vicki Mifsud,Jay C. Miller,Rahul Mistri,Nathan Mitchell,Tamas Molnar,Paul Molodowitch,Daniel Mons,Kate Moon,Adrian Moyes,Dru Muller,Andy Mulligan,Ashley Nagy,Bavindra Nama,Payankulath Nandakumar,Nishant Narang,Salima Needham,Devesh Neema,Shaan Nelson,Thomas Newbury,Gregory Ng,Jeremy Nicolaides,James P. Noon,Danielle Norgate,John Norris,Greg O Connor,Rodney O Sullivan,Kieran Ogden-Brunell,Matt Omond,David Orman,Matthew Ozerski,Heath Pagram,Andrew Palmer,Shivkumar Panchal,Richard Pang,Michael Parker,Adam Paschke,Ben Paschke,Matthew Pascuzzi,Noah Pascuzzi,Kartik Rajul Patel,Sujeet Patil,Jason Pauls,Laxman Pawar,Thomas Pentland,Manuel Perez,John Perrigo,Justin Porter,Adam Potter,Lucas Pozzey,Richard Pring,Jeremy Pronk,Will Pryor,Marc Purnell,Amy Putrynski,Niral Rajani,Sebastian Ravagnani,James Rees,Dean Richichi,Daniel Riddle,Marcus Riquier,Kazia Roach,Andrew Robinson,James Robison,James Rogers,Gal Roiter,Thorsten Rolle,Simon Rosenthal,Ranjan Kumar Rout,Kasia Rymar,Ankur Sachdev,Amita Sahgal,Bhushan Salgaonkar,Jacob Santamaria,Elsa Santos,Biswajit Sarangi,Quentin Sauvinet,P. Kevin Scott,Brendan Seals,Pedro Seixas,Katysha Seng,Genevieve Serna,Shahrk2,Andrew Shanks,Prateek Sharma,Pippa Sheen,Sanket Shembekar,Evan Shipard,Payam Shohadai,Josh Simmonds,Ben Simonds,Ajeet Pratap Singh,Basannt Raj Singh,Nitin Singh,Vinay Pratap Singh,Niraj Kumar Sinha,Jye Skinn,Daniel Skovli,Karen Smith,Adrea Snow,Bernardo Andrea Spadafora,Andrew Sprung,Angela Stanley,Jon Stanley,Brett Stapleton-French,Marc Stephen,Jonathon Sumner,Francesco Surace,Gaurav Sutar,Richard Sutherland,Rangi Sutton,Abhimanyu Tanwar,Jonathan Taranto,Danny Gordon Taylor,Katrina Taylor,Lewis Taylor,Raoul Teague,Damien Thaller,Neil Thompsett,Otto Thorbjørnsen,Rohan Tirkey,Kunal Ravi Tiwari,Kim Tobin,Elena Topouzoglou,Nicholas Tripodi,Ryan Trippensee,Tom van Dop,Cassius Vaz,Randy Vellacott,Archie Villanueva,Kim Vincs,Tearlach Wales,Jordan Walsh,Kevin Jen Kuan Wang,Adrian Watkins,Matt Weaver,Peter Webb,Shelley Welch,Ben Weller,Alexander Whyte,Tom Wild,Martin Wiseman,Drew Wood-Davies,Malcolm Wright,Pip Wright,Joe Tsung-Yu Wu,Xye,Kenny Yeh,Kenny Yong,Douglas Zablocki,Alyssa Zarate,Jennie Zeiher,Tony Zhang,Loic Zimmermann,Kaspar Zwirner,Ruben Gerardo Alfaro Moreno,Daniel Bigaj,Kyle Cunningham,Shaikh Faruq,Yung Lee,Ivanna Mikhaylova,Rajat Roy,Joseph Towe
Stunts Lee Adamson,Jade Amantea,Chris Anderson,Philli Anderson,Ray Anthony,Yasushi Asaya,Renee Bowen,Igor Breakenback,Craig Brookshaw,Damien Bryson,Matthew Campbell,Robbie Clissold,Jarrah Cocks,Rhye Copeman,Nicole Downes,Harley Durst,Morgan Evans,Michael M. Foster,Russell Frost,Kyle Gardiner,Amanda Giblin,Eli Golub,Rian Goodge,Chan Griffin,Brendan Guerin,Bryce Hardy,Beau Hurren,Meagan Ibrahim,Darin Inkster,Graham Jahne,Brendan Jakins,Greg Jones,Alex Jovica,Alex Kuzelicki,Ri-Jie Kwok,Nathan Lawson,Brent Lister,Tomoki Miyamoto,Deirdre Naughton,Siros Niaros,Andy Owen,Gulliver Page,Joe Pampanella,John Reynolds,Paul Rochford,Warwick Sadler,Robert Shook,Ben Siemer,Mike Snow,Daniel Solis,Demi Sorono,Sharelle Starr,Mark Tearle,Dave Thomson,Rick Tonna,Jesse Turner,Connor Van Vuuren,Lachlan Ward,Chris Weir,Mark Wickham,Alex Yakimov
Camera and Electrical Department Robert Abboud,Nathan Albinger,Richard Allardice,Marcus Allemann,Kitty Allwood,Rob Appleton,Glenn Arrowsmith,Steven Bailey,Michael Baker,Edward Barlow,Gordon Boyd,Mandy Bradford,Steve Daley,Robbie Dewhurst,Matt Dobson,Caitlin Dooley,Cameron Dunn,Karl Engeler,Aaron Farrugia,Les Frazier,Josh Greer,Chris Hansford,Jason Hansford,Crispian Hayler,Joshua Jenkins,Andrew Jerram,Aaron Jones,Ian Jones,Darrin Keough,Ben King,Mark Levey,Peni Loloa,Chaz Lyon,Leigh Mackenzie,Brendan Madden,Michelle Marchant,Josephine McAvenna,Calum McFarlane,Shane Mowday,Andy Mutton,Leigh Nemeth,James Notari,Harry Panagiotidis,Adrian Pinto,Richard Rees-Jones,Stephen Robinson,Tyron Robinson,Andrew Schuster,Adrien Seffrin,Joe Stick,Peter Stott,David Thomson,James Towsey,Anthony Tulloch,Adam Vitolins,Sean Walker,Garie Wetherill,Sergio Zanello
Animation Department Stewart Alves,Aaron Barlow,Blair Burke,Aaron Clement,Shaun Freeman,Victor Glushchenko,Jason Martinsen,Thomas Price,Eddie Prickett,George Varettas
Casting Department Gabrielle Healy,Nathan Hill
Costume and Wardrobe Department Arami Amos,Celeste Blewitt,Jason Chalmers,Jason Chalmers,John Van Gastel,Tami Holton,Josephine Johnson,Alissa Luxford,Fiona MacKinnon,Katherine Milne,Julie Nixon,Alison Parker,Maria Pattison,Barbara Pinn,Emma Shakes,Stephanie Amantea
Editorial Department Simon Alberry,Monty Bass,Marcus Bolton,Des Carey,Dhirendra Chhatpar,Tricia Chiarenza,Jolayne Crabbe,Harikrishna Dubey,Siggy Ferstl,Matthew Goddard,Matthew T. Griffin,David Gross,Nick Haridopolos,Ben Joss,Sie Kitts,Aaron Kroger,Ryan Loates,Priyal Mahadik,Neelkanth Mapara,Vaibhav Marathe,Stuart Morley,Matthew M. North,James Notari,Matthew Ozerski,Sachin Patidar,Anik Seguin,Jeff Stroot,Girish Takle,Daniel André,Ian Sullivan
Location Management Dan Beck,Stephen Brett,Gareth Price,Drew Rhodes,Tim Scott,Patricio Simini
Music Department Daniel Baker,Craig Beckett,Justin Bell,Daniel Brown,Cantillation Choir,James Ezra,Lisa Gerrard,Geri Green,Alex Henery,Alison Johnston,Brett Kelly,James K. Lee,Veigar Margeirsson,Gabriel Isaac Mounsey,James Orr,Nicholas Skalba,Jessica Wells
Script and Continuity Department Chris O Connell,Katharine Phyn
Transportation Department Graham Connolly,Glen Goldby,Clare Hollins,Warwick King,Jules Ling,Thomas McSweeney,Guven Paternoster,Rob Prusa,Jessica Rogers,Michael Sanderson,Shalie Sweetnam,Paul Wambach,Phil Watt
Additional Crew Ron Balicki,Daniel Bavell,Luke Bride,Jason Buckley,Bridgett Buss,Jac Charlton,Rose Damon,Tom Davies,Ashby de la Plaine,Mark Dedaj,Heather Foster,John Fox,Salim Ftouni,Sean Genders,Traci Genders,David Gross,Dave Gumbrell,Matt Halvorson,Melanie Hammond,Michael J. Harker,Robbie Henley,Vicki Higgins,Matt Hodgkinson,Diana Lee Inosanto,Julia Jackson,Lieve Jansen,Paul Katte,Angela Kenny,Anthea Kondos,Anthea Kondos,Mark Korshak,Christopher Kosmer,Kristin Kruger,Tabitha Lancaster,Fiona Landreth,Grant Lehmann,Lynnette Lai Suet Lynn,Christie Mattull,Jean McDowell,Nick McFarlane,Michael McKay,Bridgette McManus,Alexei Mizin,Hartem Moussa,NairRohit,Alana Newell,Sarah Newman,Nick Nicolaou,Fiona Nix,Christina Pallot,Joe Pampanella,Stanko Peric,Daniel Peterson,Andy Poulter,Ben Rollinson,Stephen Rutter,Rashmi Salvi,Debapriya Senanayak,Gabriel Shipton,Aaron Sims,Harriet Spalding,Ben Steel,Rachel Steele,Molly Tompkins,B.J. Turner,Michael Youssef
Thanks Mary Shelley
Genres Action, Fantasy, Sci-Fi
Companies Hopscotch Features, Lakeshore Entertainment, Lionsgate
Countries USA, Australia
Languages English
ContentRating PG-13
ImDbRating 5.1
ImDbRatingVotes 81177
MetacriticRating 30
Keywords elizabeth frankenstein character,gargoyle versus demon,bladed weapon,winged humanoid,hardcover book