Culture Shock Film Society continues horror theme with ‘Young Frankenstein’


Dreyma Beronja

YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN—Culture Shock Film Society will show the 1974 horror-comedy classic “Young Frankenstein” on Thursday. Posters throughout campus show this semester’s film screenings with dates and times.

Dreyma Beronja, News Editor

Northern Michigan University’s Culture Shock Film Society will screen Mel Brooks’ 1974 horror-comedy classic, “Young Frankenstein” starring Gene Wilder and Marty Feldman.

“Young Frankenstein,” tells the story of Dr. Victor Frankenstein’s grandson, Dr. Frederick Frankenstein, played by Wilder, who inherits his grandfather’s castle in Transylvania. Young Frankenstein meets eccentric characters along the way and learns to believe that his grandfather’s experiments may work after all.

The film will be screened from 8:30-11:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 14 in West Science room 2701. Screenings are free and open to anyone regardless if they are a student or not.

Currently, on the Hub, there are four registered for the screening event.

Culture Shock Film Society’s next film screening will be the 2018 horror film “Possum”. The film will be screened on Oct. 21 from 8:30-11:30 p.m. in West Science room 2701.

Any questions about the organization and screenings can be directed to [email protected].