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The Horror Polls: The Curse of Frankenstein Caption Competition!

Posted by Harbinger451 on February 12, 2012

The Horror of it All CategoryThe first of the Horror of it All‘s Caption Competitions is now open. These are just for fun.

The Curse of Frankenstein (Terence Fisher, UK. 1957)
Hammer Film Productions
Featuring Peter Cushing as Baron Frankenstein (left) and Robert Urquhart as Professor Krempe (right).

The Curse of Frankenstein (Terence Fisher - 1957)

Still from The Curse of Frankenstein (Terence Fisher – 1957)

Here are the captions I’ve come up with so-far:

Caption 1:
Krempe is saying “Oh – thank God! When you said you had a HAND-JOB for me I have to admit that I was a little worried!”

Caption 2:
Krempe is saying “I know you said you were handy around the lab… but THIS is ridiculous!”

Caption 3:
Krempe asks “Can you give me a hand?” Frankenstein replies “I can do better than THAT dear boy – here’s two!”

Caption 4:
Frankenstein is saying “Ah Krempe, can you help me with the delicate work – I appear to be all fingers and thumbs today?”

Caption 5:
Frankenstein is saying “I admit that they are cold – but believe me. Close your eyes and it feels like someone-ELSE is jacking you off!

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Suggest your captions in the comments to this post – the funnier the better. Vote for your favourite Caption HERE.

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