Frankenstein's Army

Frankenstein's Army

Toward the end of World War II, Russian soldiers pushing into eastern Germany stumble across a secret Nazi lab, one that has unearthed and begun experimenting with the journal of one Dr. Victor Frankenstein. The scientists have used the legendary Frankenstein's work to assemble an army of super-soldiers stitched together from the body parts of their fallen comrades -- a desperate Hitler's last ghastly ploy to escape defeat

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shawn W (it) wrote: I see why this movie went unnoticed terrible writing directing and acting

Richard R (es) wrote: For a direct-to-DVD low-budget found-footage horror film, don't get your hopes up. It's not an amazing sleeper hit and I doubt will gain cult status. It's a run of the mill film which sets up a nice storyline to begin with, but then as so many horror movies does, lets itself down by the end with run-and-explain storytelling and really bad acting. Shame because the concept works nicely (Ghost Hunters finally meet a real ghost kind of thing) and the ideas behind it are sound - but the execution ends up flawed.

David H (nl) wrote: Very silly, light sequel to the much heavier Henry Fool. Parker Posey is really delightful and carries the blatantly dopey story on her back. It's a sort of parody of long-awaited sequels. I think. I hope.

Thomas E (es) wrote: No idea what made this a 98% movie. Just an average action flick.

Max H (ru) wrote: Best Comedy of 1992! Oh wait...

Ricky C (au) wrote: A young man who is not happy with his life retreats to his fantasy world. He calles it Ambrosia. In Ambrosia; he becomes war hero, writer of a best seller...whatever he wants...Then a beatiful girl (who is a young and gorgeous Julie Christie) offers him a new start in a new city with her. But it's not that easy to leave the throne of Ambrosia just empty.... A classic not to be missed!

Private U (gb) wrote: Micheaux may have been one of the earliest black directors, but he certainly wasn't one of the best. Interesting from a historical point of view only. Being made in 1920, probably as a response to Birth of a Nation, this deals a lot with racism. But so do a lot of better movies. So overall, this probably can be skipped without too much thought.