The latest horror movie from Bernard Rose (PAPERHOUSE, CANDYMAN) is a decent adaption of Frankenstein, this time told primarily from the "monster's" perspective. The first scene involves a young man being "born" in an underground, secret lab. He behaves like an infant, since that's what he basically is at this point. The scientists that created him are the Frankenstein's (Danny Huston and Carrie Anne Moss). They want to destroy him once he starts growing a tumor but he escapes and makes it out into the world. As he becomes more monstrous he learns about humanity. He befriends a blind homeless man (Tony Todd) and is beaten by an asshole police officer, who he later gets his revenge upon. This movie is the polar opposite of the more recent VICTOR FRANKENSTEIN, in both budget and perspective, yet it holds up quite well as a well executed "Frankenstein" movie. Recommended.