completely blows it away. 200 years after the snowy death of his creator, Frankenstein’s
monster is rescued from a demon attack by an angelic gargoyle order charged
with saving mankind. He is given the name Adam and welcomed by the gargoyles
but instead decides to go it on his own for a couple hundred years and take his
anger issues out on any demon he can find.
that really didn’t quite blend with the rest of the movie. When the gargoyles
first approach Adam he is embraced basically right away, but there is one huge
reason he should not have been and it wasn’t really addressed properly. The
problem wasn’t that he was created from
the parts of a ...