Revenge of Frankenstein

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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Released 1958

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Director:
Terence Fisher
Released:
1958
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Revenge of Frankenstein is the 1958 cult sequel to the Hammer hit, Curse of Frankenstein, once again from prolific genre filmmaker Terence Fisher (Horror of Dracula, The Mummy, Curse of the Werewolf). Taken to the guillotine for the deaths that resulted from his handiwork in the previous movie, Baron Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) stages a sneaky escape and sets himself up in practice far away in an area where he hopes not to be recognized. The bad news is that he is recognized by someone, but the good news is that the person who recognizes him wants to help him carry on his scientific work. The venue may have changed but the song remains the same as Frankenstein and his new assistant Doctor Hans Kleve (Francis Matthews) set about to take the brain of trusty Karl (Michael Gwynn) and place it in a superior body. Let's just hope that nothing happens to knock the brain while it's adjusting to its new home as that could lead to madness, murder and cannibalism. But I'm sure nothing will disturb the Baron's good work. Aren't you?moreless
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