This modern re-telling of the Mary Shelley novel, FRANKENSTEIN, is one of the better Frankenstein movies I've seen, up there with FRANKENSTEIN: THE TRUE STORY (1974).
A medical student agrees to meet the mysterious person he has been communicating with via email and ends up in the secluded mountains in Colorado. There, he meets Dr. Frank, who is doing "re-animation" experiments with a special serum in conjunction with the cold weather. And this student soon becomes the second test subject (hence the title of the movie) after the Dr. kills him. But when he is brought back to life his senses are increased and he can feel everything ten-fold, which has its disadvantages. He's repeatedly killed and brought back to life, while the crazy looking doctor (the actor resembles Jack Nicholson) tries to remedy what he feels are the bad side effects of the drug.
The movie is very low-key but sticks with you long after you've watched it. Highly recommended.