Dracula, Frankenstein, a mummy, an invisible man and other Creatures from the Black Lagoon from Universal Studios in the 1930s will thrill festivalgoers. Restored prints! Common to these unusual beings: a repulsive appearance, often hiding a high sensitivity, misunderstood by their contemporaries.
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Dracula by Tod Browning (1931, 1h25)
Despite warnings, Renfield visits the Count Dracula in his Carpathian castle... Tod Browning gives the literary myth rare visual power and brings Bela Lugosi into the pantheon of legendary actors.
Cinéma Opéra Sun 9 at 9:30pm l Comoedia Mon 10 at 2pm l Pathé Bellecour Wed 12 at 9:45pm
Frankenstein by James Whale (1931, 1h10)
A young savant creates a living being from limbs taken from cadavers, but the brain is that of a criminal... The greatest role of Boris Karloff, and the appearance of the second most famous monster film after Dracula.
UGC Confluence Wed 12 at 8:30pm l Comoedia Fri 14 at 2:15pm l Cinéma Opéra Fri 14 at 7:45pm
La Momie by Karl Freund (The Mummy, 1932, 1h13)
An explorer discovers the sarcophagus of The Mummy of Imothep, inscribed with a death threat to whoever opens it... Boris Karloff haunts the film with his dark look and an imposing, extraordinary presence.
CNP Bellecour Sun 9 at 10pm l Cinéma Opéra Wed 12 at 5:45pm l Pathé Bellecour Sat 15 at 2:30pm
The Invisible Man by James Whale (1933, 1h11)
A scientist has found a way to become invisible and is desperately seeking the antidote to its formula ... the summit of the golden age of Hollywood fantasy films, with Claude Rains's unbelievable performance.
Comoedia Sun 9 at 1:45pm l Institut Lumière Fri at 14 2:30pm l Cinéma Opéra Sat 15 at 4pm
The Bride of Frankenstein by James Whale (The Bride of Frankenstein, 1935, 1h15)
Dr. Pretorius visits Henry Frankenstein, asking him to create a woman... Inspired by German Expressionism, a second film teeming with brilliant ideas.
Pathé Bellecour Mon 10 at 7:30pm l Cinéma Opéra Fri 14 at 9:30pm l Comoedia Sun 16 at 11am
Creature From the Black Lagoon by Jack Arnold (Creature From the Black Lagoon, 1954, 1h19) in 2D and 3D
In the heart of the Amazon, a team of scientists is in search of the remains of a strange creature, somewhere between man and fish... A thrilling and poetic survival story, and an absolute classic of the genre!
CNP Terreaux Thu 13 at 4:30pm - 2D l Cinéma Opéra Sat 15 at 2pm - 2D l Pathé Bellecour Sun 16 at 5:15pm - 3D
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