Monster of the Day #1060 Updated on December 19, 2014 By Ken Begg 16 Comments ‘ Happy Friday, everyone! Tweet Pin It Related PostsMonster of the Day #1590 (Jun 23, 2017) Monster of the Day 1589 (Jun 22, 2017) Monster of the Day #1588 (Jun 21, 2017) Monster of the Day #1587 (Jun 20, 2017) Monster of the Day #1586 (Jun 19, 2017) By Ken Begg http://jabootu.net Beckoning Chasm So, if you were the Frankenstein Monster, would you celebrate your birthday on the day you were jolted on the table, or would each separate part get you dozens of birthdays? bgbear_rnh Rent Frankie for your next kiddie Birthday party! Flangepart Well, I seems to me his brain was a whole piece…if he had memories of who he’d been, then I call it one B-day. But if the other parts cause a collective, fragmented memory pattern, like from Joined DNA….Uh…I’m giving this WAY too much thought. Out, Damm nerd! bgbear_rnh Just do a “Frosty” and announce “Happy Birthday” each time you are revived ;) Gamera977 Yeah, I’d just celebrate when I was electrified and um… ‘switched on’… Gamera977 Good thing the candles didn’t freak him out! Eric Hinkle I love the shot of him with Bud and Lou. Having listened to the commentary track for that movie on the DVD, ‘Abbott & Costello meet Frankenstein’ sounds like it must have been a hilarious movie to work on. Far better than ‘Santa meets the Ice Cream Bunny’, which someone just showed me in the mistaken idea they were doing me a favor… The Rev. I’m thinking about watching that soon…the Rifftrax version, anyway. Rock Baker Chicken! Rock Baker I reviewed that one last year, actually. I feel safe in calling it the single worst Santa Claus movie ever made. SO bad, in fact, it gets pre-empted right in the middle by a whole other movie! bgbear_rnh Off topic but, I think I missed when Ken returned to the work force. Anything interesting? bgbear_rnh The “Santa’s Village of Madness” rifftrax was a pleasant surprise because in contains footage of Santa’s Village in Scotts Valley, CA. I once looked for home movies and pictures from the place on the internet but, there was hardly anything. We have a few snap shots of my wife there when she is about 3. By the time I moved into the area, the park was closed but, you could still see the buildings in the woods when you drove by. Eric Hinkle Yeah. I remember, it sounds dire. But not as bad as the remake of Lone Ranger, which reads like it was designed to offend everyone who could possibly see it. I mean, Butch Cavendish eats people?!? The Rev. I’m not going to be cowed by your jibes, sir. I’ve watched too much unadulterated crap for that to work on me. Anyway, that’s the only version I’ve come across. I’m okay paying a few bucks for that. I’d have to find the original version for free to consider it since I’m quite certain it’s not worth paying for the “privilege.” Rock Baker Well, the Rifftrax DVD gives the option of seeing the film minus the commentary, which is how I saw it. The Rev. I saw it on Amazon via Roku, so I doubt I have that option open to me if I watch it that way. I guess I’ll find out when I get to it.