Young Frankenstein (no, not that one) goes off to university, leaving behind his lovely fiancee and her family. I support that move. You get your education, Frankenstein. You’re too young for that much responsibility. Two years later, he has discovered the secret of life and death. They don’t make undergrads like they used to.
Frankenstein goes off to college to learn everything. Two years later, he has discovered the secret of life. He’s a go-getter, so he magics up a man in a kiln in his living room. And he is successful beyond his wildest dreams, which is bad news for him.
You’re asking for an argument with a question like, “What was the first horror film?” Other questions automatically follow. What is a horror film? What is a film? Who are you?