4) By the way, all of the science stuff is great, but you cant forget, youre doing movies (enterteinment) not a documentary. Getting it right is not that difficult, i havent seen the film (not long ago i saw Dracula Untold), and i havent seen the universal monsters classics (i have seen some youtube reviews), but all you have to do to create a great film is to see it (before its made) from the publics perspective, and to think of yourselves as a kid watching a superhero film, when youre a kind and youre watch a superhero film, you play as a superhero you want to fly break down doors lift up cars, fight or even choose to be supervillians, same goes to dinosaur films or monsters, you never play as the people running away from the T-Rex, you play as the T-Rex. You do need a good story (the science stuff) so the movie wont become a brainless and boring action movie, always find a middleground. Also, i was watching one of the frankistein reviews from the cinemassacre youtube channel (watching youtube reviews is the best i can do for now); He mentions that in one of the Universal/Hammer (i think) Dr.Frankistein wants to place his own brain in the monster, i think if you head in that direction (using ideas from the classic films) you can make the new films more meaty and resolve once and for all the "is it Dr.Frankistein or Frankistein the monster" issue. Saludos!