Frankenstein Created Woman [Blu-ray] [Import]
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Dr. Frankenstein retrieves Hans's body, captures his soul, and places it in Christina body. Among Frankenstein accomplishments he is a brilliant cosmetic surgeon and turns Christina into a beautiful blond with the aid of Dr. Hertz. Now with a new body and Hans's soul revenge is sought for Hans and Christina's father's deaths.
This is another excellent Hammer film and with Peter Cushing heading the cast. The quality of the DVD is excellent.
Still, I experienced again: a delirious crush on Hans, the romantic, too-good-to-be-true, hero- who was able to love AND LUST after Christine, the flawed and mistreated servant girl (haven't we all been her at one time?)His ability to see past the scars she felt such shame from made him a big numero uno for me even way back then.
Second: yowza! I prayed that my pre-adolescent self would develop into ANY SEMBLANCE WHAT-SO-EVER of the oozing sexuality of the transformed/re-created (isn't that another wish of ours, ladies?) Christina (Susan Denberg)...
And, oh yeah... Peter Cushing is in it, too.
HA! Just kidding...the blend of old school, classic horror and repressed sexuality made for a memorable movie that I had to buy and watch again and again.
If you dig the mix... and you know who you are out there... get this movie
Most recent customer reviews
this Anchor Bay DVD appears to have serious flaws as almost all of the originally pressed discs no longer play correctly..... Read morePublished on June 20 2002 by O. Khan
Hammer's Victor Frankenstein owes little to the Universal series (where the character was named Henry and in fact the sequels featured the monster and not the Doctor) or even the... Read morePublished on Nov. 20 2001 by William Armstrong
This film seems almost a waste of Peter Cushing's talents as an actor for here he plays the Baron, trying to save the soul of a woman by giving her a new life and body (Yeah,... Read morePublished on June 7 2001
Peter Cushing as the Baron.This time,Baron Frankenstein starts off with another bizarre experiment.He intends to take souls from fresh corpses,and give them new life,in another... Read morePublished on April 26 2001 by SCOTT W COOPER
As an admirer of most Hammer productions, I am hard-pressed to find many redeeming qualities in this picture. Hammer films are largely known for their eerie atmosphere. Read morePublished on Oct. 30 2000
OK, first off, this is NOT, NOT, NOT a conventional Frankenstein movie. Frankenstein (the icily attractive and very gifted Peter Cushing) overhauls the deformed body of a dead... Read morePublished on Sept. 22 2000
The most interesting thing about this DVD was that it wouldn't play on my DVD player. When it was inserted into the Sony 7000 it said "Insert Disc". Read morePublished on Sept. 6 2000
Did you know that between creating his own people that Baron Victor Frankenstein also transplanted a soul from one body to another? Well that is what the Baron does in this film. Read morePublished on April 11 2000 by Mark McKinney