Christopher Kane must have been had some horrific life experiences lately to come up with this collection that debuted on Monday at London Fashion Week.
The designer was clearly inspired by Frankenstein, as evidenced by Boris Karloff’s mug screened onto several tops.
The clothes looked big and clunky, giving the models a boxy look. And the colors, well, as Kane put it, they are "colors that make you feel a bit sick."
His choice of materials was interesting too. Kane said, “Girls love a bit of rubber.” We’re not even going to touch that one. Ha!
We’re torn on if this is scary-good or scary-awful. Ch-ch-check out the video (above) and tell us what U think!
Tags: boris karloff, christopher kane, christopher kane spring 2013, frankenstein, lfw, london fashion week
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The dog is ALIVE!!
Well, he will be soon, LOLz!!
Tim Burton's delightfully creepy mash-up of Frankenstein and Old Yeller is only a few months away!
Ch-Ch-Check out the official trailer for Frankenweenie (above) and get a glorious glimpse of the upcoming stop-motion spook-tacular!!
We can't wait to see this!
Tags: film flickers, frankenstein, frankenweenie, old yeller, tim burton
The creators of The Munsters reboot want to let everyone know it's going to be nothing like the 1960's version.
And to make sure you don't reminisce, their changing the name too!
Sources say the name change will go from The Munsters to Mockingbird Lane. The name change reflects the street address for the new show. Casting for the show is still ongoing.
Who do U want to see as a part of the Munster family?
[Image via WENN.]
Tags: frankenstein, munsters, nbc, reboot, sitcom, television, vampires
Well, it's not quite Universal's birthday but their celebrating anyway!
The studio celebrated its 100th anniversary Jan. 10th (it's actually Apr. 30th) by announcing it will restore 13 of its iconic film.
The honored list includes:
Tags: anniversary, centennial, classics, dracula, films, frankenstein, restoration, universal
So cute…and creepy!
Back in October, we got a first look at Tim Burton's next animated film Frankenweenie, which is based on a live-action short film of the same name that he directed back in 1984.
As we mentioned before, the story revolves around a boy who loses his dog, but then brings him back to life using his science kit, like Mary Shelley's Frankenstein!
Now, a new image from the upcoming black-and-white Frankenfilm
Tags: black and white, corpse bride, frankenstein, frankenweenie, mary shelley, new image, short film, the nightmare before christmas, tim burton
Looks like the owners of this Riverside, CA house have set the bar pret-ty high for Halloween decorations!
Check out the video (above) of a light show featuring pumpkins singing LMFAO's Party Rock Anthem!!!
Their neighbors better step up their game. We're thinking a Jack-O-Lantern isn't gonna cut it.
…Perhaps a holographic Frankenstein monster performing Coldplay's Every Teardrop is a Waterfall???
Tags: california, coldplay, every teardrop is a waterfall, frankenstein, halloween, jack on lantern, light show, lmfao, party rock anthem, pereztv, pumpkins, riverside, video
There are SO many Frankenstein projects in the works, we can't even keep track anymore!
We're not particularly enthused to announce that A Night at the Museum director Shawn Levy has just signed on to direct a new Frankenstein movie for Fox.
Other directors who were in the running included Bourne director Paul Greengrass and Harry Potter director David Yates, but in the end Shawn Levy seemed like he'd
make the studio the most money be the best candidate.
Does this mean that you'll no longer be directing Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, Shawn???
What do U think? Is the Night at the Museum director the right guy for Frankenstein?
[Images via WENN.]
Tags: a night at the museum, alexander and the terrible horrible no good very bad day, bourne, david yates, fox, frankenstein, harry potter, paul greengrass, shawn levy