Frankenstein Created Woman (1967)

Frankenstein Created Woman (1967)

Country:  UK

Director: Terence Fisher

Main Stars: Peter Cushing, Susan Denberg, Thorley Walters, Robert Morris

Storyline:  A madman scientist brings back the soul of his assistant into the body of a woman

mv5bmjezmjk1mjq0nv5bml5banbnxkftztcwmza5njawmq__v1_uy268_cr40182268_al_Review (Spoils): Baron Frankenstein (Peter Cushing ) plays with the object of death and he and Dr. Hertz (Thorley Walters )have a plan to bring someone back to life as they have found a way to trap ones soul. When the young man Hans (Robert Morris) is framed for murder and put to the death they use his soul and place it into a body of young woman found dead in the river. What is not known is that young Hans and the woman known as Christina (Susan Denberg) were secret lovers.  When she is brought back to live she goes on a rampage of revenge.

Another Hammer film for the review and as usual we have Peter Cushing, heaving bosoms, red blood, kills off scene and amazing scenery. The story is actually well written and we have a few plots at play here in this storyline. Some bright red blood, hatchets and nice bloody head makes this film very enjoyable.

Rating: I personally actual liked this film a lot. It was a fun film and it had some funny moments and some creepy moments. Susan Denberg was great and I love how she played both the victim and the monster. This film would be great drinking film if you drank every time someone had a glass of wine.

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8/10 Beers!


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