I, Frankenstein seeks to do for piecemeal monsters what Underworld did for vampires, turn them into action movie fodder. At the center of it all is Aaron Eckhart's character, Adam Frankenstein, an amalgamation of body parts brought back to life by electricity who just so happens to fight demons.
In all seriousness, I, Frankenstein is a film that, like The Legend of Hercules, could turn out to be wholly disappointing, and borderline silly. Yet, with Eckhart in the driver seat, and the obvious Underworld connections, it's hard not to be at least a tiny bit excited for this one. Also, any time Bill Nighy plays a villain we have to take notice.
Watch the trailer for I, Frankenstein.