He’s already fought off monsters in Stranger Things, but can he shake his past? In the ridiculously titled Frankenstein’s Monster’s Monster, Frankenstein David Harbour must uncover the deepest darkest secrets of his fathers’ life as playwright attempting to bring his craft to TV audiences.
Of course, this is all very silly.
The one-off mockumentary sees Harbour playing not only himself in present-day attempting to dig into his fathers legacy, but also his father, one David Harbour Jr. Seems good.
Sparked by finding the play of the title, the trailer infers not everything was as it seems for the productions Jr. attempted to put on, with jealousy and egomaniacal outbursts for starters but was there something darker lurking in the shadows?
Harbour seems to be on great form, and it’s great to see him really cut loose, he seems he might have some solid comedy chops.
Frankenstein’s Monster’s Monster, Frankenstein will come alive on Netflix 16th July.