Hands down the best universal monster movie I’ve seen so far. I was straight drooling over those set pieces.
Boris Karloff is the only Monster in my mind. I would even consider this film to be family friendly as he’s the sweetest version of himself. There’s no really complex character development but The Monster is undoubtably more self aware which makes the entire film more engaging.
I don’t really have any complaints, it doesn’t get much better than this for horror in the 1930’s.