Frankenstein Created Woman

Frankenstein Created Woman

A deformed tormented girl drowns herself after her lover is framed for murder and guillotined. Baron Frankenstein, experimenting with the transfer of souls, places the boy's soul into her body, bringing Christina back to life. Driven by revenge, she carries out a violent retribution on those responsible for both deaths.

A dead and frozen Baron Frankenstein is re-animated by his colleague Dr. Hertz proving to him that the soul does not leave the body on the instant of death. His lab assistant, young Hans, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Frankenstein Created Woman torrent reviews

Richard S (kr) wrote: Watching Independence Day for the first time at the cinema back in 1996 I was blown away, it was entertaining, exciting and looked spectacular. It hasn't aged well but I was still looking forward to the sequel. I thought it was a good call having almost an alternate reality awaiting the aliens return as we find humanity has adapted the alien technology salvaged from the first movie to create our own high tech weapons and space craft. However, that's where the praise ends. Will Smith dodged a bullet by skipping out on this one, the story is dull, the script is bad and the acting is naff :o( . Will Smith's charisma carried the first movie and he played off Jeff Goldblum's quirky personality perfectly. Although Jeff is back and he is still playing Jeff Goldblum which provides some amusement, it's not enough. The ending suggests moving the fight off world for the next movie, if so I think I'll pass.

Joshua L (nl) wrote: It's a lot of fun to spend any time with these beloved characters.

Shawn P (au) wrote: This movie great, started out similar to "THE HOUSE OF THE DEVIL" the twist was a bit surprise at the end, The movie felt a bit older, like from the 90's. It was good. The only thing though if your going to kill someone off make sure he's dead LOL

Pavan R (br) wrote: Good story and comes together quite well. Good direction and performances. Have seen it copied into other languages too and that's a testament to the original.

Ben T (jp) wrote: Target audience: anyone who's run or aspires to run the NYC Marathon. A guaranteed snoozefest for almost anyone else, I'm sure.

Dorianator F (jp) wrote: Pretty bad movie. the acting was decent and it had a few funny parts, but it was not a very structured film.

Tim S (jp) wrote: Bad Dreams is a 1988 horror film that has nothing to do with A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 3: The Dream Warriors... except that it features Jennifer Rubin, and it's set in an asylum, and the ghost she's haunted by is burned to a crisp. Whatever. That aside, this isn't too bad of a movie. It has a very nice cast, which also includes Richard Lynch, Bruce Abbott, Dean Cameron and Harris Yulin. The story is about a young girl who survives a Jim Jones-type cult and is haunted because she didn't die along with them. The film is pretty good and the performances are nice for what they're worth, but unfortunately, the ending is a bit of a slap in the face to the story really. There's no real payoff, and if you've seen the alternate ending, you realize what a terrible mistake they made by not having Rubin's character overcome her fears and grow by the end of the film. Oh well. I'm getting into spoiler territory, so I won't say more. Just keep in mind that this is a pretty decent shocker and it's worth a couple of watches.

Thomas B (fr) wrote: Paul Newman's performance is the best of his career and the script behind him is brutal and economic. Full review later.

Moe J (us) wrote: Lassie Come Home isn't the greatest film ever, but it was worth watching. I thought Roddy McDowall was a cute little kid and Lassie was a beautiful dog. I thought it was fun watching the dog escape each time it was put in Elizabeth Taylor's home. However, I didn't understand why the dog had to leave. Well, it has been a few years since I've seen the film, but I bet it will tell me in the movie. I think that this is a film for people who like films about animals and a kid trying to cope without his wonderful, loving dog.

Kevin N (it) wrote: Considered by many to be his first masterpiece, Yasujiro Ozu's 'I Was Born, But...' chronicles the beginning of young brothers' coming of age as they discover the complexities and unfairness of adult life through their still youthful eyes. Though it is shaped like a family drama/comedy (as many of his other films are), Ozu separates us from the perspective of the boys' parents for most of the film so as to effectively remind us of the simple purity of seeing things from a child's eyes. The brothers, who are played brilliantly by Hideo Sugawara and Tokkan Kozou, approach problems not through established, civilized human law but instead from a much simpler point of view. When they become angry that their father bows to often to his employer- father to another boy at school- they ask him bluntly why he does so. When he explains that the man pays him his salary, the boys retort: then why don't you start paying his salary instead? Ozu's choice to separate the adults and the children is smart for many reasons, another being that it causes us to consider and evaluate that moment, that age, when we become accepting of things the way they are and decide that fighting them is futile. We aren't given an answer as to what that age or moment is; nor does Ozu condemn the children for their innocence or the adults for their conformity. Instead he asks us to take a little from each viewpoint so that we may think like a child a little more often, but have the patience of an adult who knows that sometimes there are truly no easy solutions to life's seemingly basic problems.