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Blu-ray Review - Frankenstein Created Woman


1967's "Frankenstein Created Woman" is not one of finest productions to emerge from Hammer Films. However, it's representative of their business goals in the 1960s, with director Terence Fisher delivering a modestly frightful tale of murder and resurrection, filling the frame with loathsome characters, weird science, Peter Cushing, and heaving cleavage from a Playboy Playmate. It's an engaging picture but never a remarkable one, with Fisher going a bit too slack with genre elements, never quite tightening the vise as uncomfortably as he could. It's not showy work, but for fans of Hammer Horror, "Frankenstein Created Woman" checks off all the boxes on the company's to-do list, providing a gothic ride of genre oddity and British rigidity. Read the rest at


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