Adam (Aaron Eckhart) has roamed the Earth for the last 200 years -- ever since he was brought to life by Victor Frankenstein. Now, as society tears itself apart, he catches the attention of various warring factions who want his secret to immortality.
Why Is I, Frankenstein Rated PG-13?
I, Frankenstein is rated PG-13 for sequences of intense fantasy action and violence throughout.
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Violence: Frequent non-graphic violence is seen throughout the film, along with a scene of brief explicit violence. Most of the action involves hand-to-hand combat and use of weapons. An gory wound is seen while a character stitches it together. Detailed portrayals show frightening monsters and transformations. A brief scene of torture depicts a man being pulled by chains connected to his limbs. Another scene shows a rat, and later a human, being subjected to high amounts of electricity in an attempt to bring them to life.
Sexual Content: A man’s bare chest is seen.
Language: A single scatological term is heard.
Alcohol / Drug Use: A scene in a bar shows people sitting at tables with presumably alcoholic drinks.
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Home Video Notes: I, Frankenstein
Release Date: 13 May 2014
I, Frankenstein releases to home video (Blu-ray 3D/Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy) with the following bonus materials:
- Audio Commentary with Co-writer/Director Stuart Beattie
- Audio Commentary with Filmmakers Gary Lucchesi, Richard Wright, James McQuaide and Kevin Grevioux
- Featurette: Creating a Monster
- Featurette: Frankenstein’s Creatures