This 45 minute documentary doesn't have a whole lot of new revelations and seems to have been quickly slapped together to cash in on the release of Gods and Monsters. There are interviews with Sarah Karloff and Dwight Frye's son. If you didn't know about the influence of German expressionism on the Frankenstein series or that Bela Lugosi was originally tapped to play the monster then this might have something for you. Apparently Mary Shelly's book was adapted into a few lame stage plays in the 1800's which formed the basis for the script. Aside from that it's a big yawn.