Frankenstein Conquers the World

Frankenstein Conquers the World

During WWII, a human heart taken from Dr. Frankenstein's lab and is kept in Japan where it gets exposed to the radiation of the bombing of Hiroshima. The heart grows in size, mutates and eventually becomes an indestuctable humanoid. Later, a reptilian monster goes on a rampage. Eventually the Frankenstein creature and the reptile face off in a terrible battle.

During WWII, a human heart taken from a certain lab in Europe (Dr. Frankenstein's) is kept in a Japanese lab, when it gets exposed to the radiation of the bombing of Hiroshima. The heart ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Frankenstein Conquers the World torrent reviews

Andy G (it) wrote: You are here is OK drama about a couple friends that got to their dad's farm to find themselves and grow and to start living again. Owen Wilson and Zach Gakinfakis and Amy poeler. C+ (2014)

Alex H (de) wrote: I didn't finish it, but what I did see is pretty much on the level of a mediocre sci-fi/horror video game, yet totally lacking personality or a sense of fun or any self-awareness. Some interesting murky visuals, but generally, eh. Don't think I'll be returning to it.

Marko Z (it) wrote: From Dusk Till Dawn of the 21st century; but it's not really the highest of praises.

Harry W (fr) wrote: Part of Gus Van Sant's "Death Trilogy" along with Elephant and Last Days, Gerry opens in a similar style to Elephant with an atmospheric silence surrounded by imagery which sets up an artistic, sad, and emotional story to come.What comes is a mind numbingly slow story with little script to it for us to learn about the characters an atmosphere that's thoroughly empty. Gerry is essentially built on footage bereft of anything but emptiness, with the shells of characters walking through a desert for 98 minutes. No further music presents itself until an hour in, the theme of being lost isn't dramatised or emphasised, and frankly how this film ended up costing $$3.5 million is an absolute mystery to me. This is the kind of film experimental film students make as part of a university project, not one to be made by an established director with $3.5 million to spend on a film. It takes an hour before things become interesting, and by that time an hour has already been wasted on watching Casey Affleck and Matt Damon wander around a desert looking for direction which Gus Van Sant cannot provide. Gerry offers a reason to prove that Gus Van Sant doesn't know what to do with his career, as he has ridden his success into creating a critically panned remake of Psycho and now this sandy dump. Gerry doesn't give Casey Affleck or Matt Damon a chance to act at all in the film, and they're used more as patsies than anything.Fraknly, Gerry is about a walk through the desert and has the experience of a walk through the desert. But it's a film. If you want to watch a film, watch something else. If you want to go on a walk through the desert, go for a walk through the desert. Either way I wouldn't recommend watching Gerry.

Chris W (nl) wrote: Michael Caton-Jones takes the helm for this low-key crime thriller about a veteran cop named Vincent LaMarca who becomes conflicted when he learns that the latest murder suspect he's after happens to be his estranged son Joey LaMarca, a troubled junkie.Grim, gritty, and a tad grungy, this should be a great movie. It's got nice atmosphere, a decent set up, and a cast that includes Robert De Niro, James Franco, Frances McDormand, William Forsythe, and Eliza Dushku. However, this just kinda falls flat, especially towards the end.It all starts off decently though, but the film ultimately lacks a strong amount of energy and drive, so the potential for greatness gets squandered, and the film just kinda drifts along without much purpose a lot of the time.The performances are decent, though, and I like the location shooting, but in the end, this really isn't strong enough to warrant much of a recommendation. It comes close, though.

Jason M (us) wrote: I'm glad I didn't have to pay to see this turkey. Another bad Freddie Prinze Jr. flick.

Christine P (ca) wrote: Decent movie, but a sappy and predictable plot. I loved the music, and the story of breaking away from familial obligation to pursue your own dreams, but again that's a plot done a million times. Tatiana trieb is a very pretty and precocious little girl. I love how she cried when her hair was cut. what most guys don't understand is that when a girl cuts her hair, short, it's a sign she's growing up. That one moment just tugged at my heart!

Grant T (ag) wrote: Billy Bob Thornton writes, directs, and acts in the emotionally stirring Sling Blade. What we have here is a gothic southern story that is very real, making us feel as if we were there witnessing the events unfold. The relationships built in the film were tremendous, filming for long sessions at a time, which made the film all the more impressive. It is extremely slow paced, but it works very well

Kyle M (it) wrote: It was funny a couple of times, but it's not the "slice of life" (I just made that up) classic comedy I was hoping for. It felt like middle aged men in young men's bodies. Mostly just a boring movie.

Annie C (au) wrote: What an actor, what a comedian! One of the best movies I've seen in years!