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A monster story is a story about a creature fashioned to evoke horror. The film and the novels Frankenstein; Dracula; Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde with an introduction by Stephen King deals with monsters and how they destroy humanity. In the film and the book, there are universal attributes, but with minor differences in the way, the monsters were created. In the film Victor Frankenstein, the monster is Victor’s creation from dead human body parts, by Victor Frankenstein who live in double strife and turmoil. The monster is depicted as a disgusting, and horrible.
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