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The Curse Of Frankenstein

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After all his family has died, young and rich Baron Victor Frankenstein finds himself a teacher, Paul Krempe. At first, both men are fascinated by the potential of their re-animating experiments. Eventually, though, Krempe refuses to help with Frankenstien';;s human experiments. However, he is drawn back into the plot when Frankenstein';;s creature kills a member of the house staff.
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July 04, 2008

... established new style for horror -- bold, bloody, beautiful-- that completely broke tradition with the cobwebby classics of the 1930s and 1940s.
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October 30, 2010

Revitalized the British film industry.
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March 25, 2006

[A] routine horror picture, which makes no particular attempt to do anything more important than scare you with corpses and blood ...
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October 18, 2005

Beautifully portrayed by Christopher Lee, the Monster is almost heartbreaking, flailing confusedly with a pained expression on its patchwork face.
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October 18, 2016

This was the classic that single-handedly revived traditional British Gothic and firmly placed the "Hammer House of Horror" on the global gore map.
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September 03, 2013

Christopher Lee is excellent as the mute monster, but this is Cushing's film all the way, and his ground-breaking portrayal of Baron Frankenstein dominated the series in five more films ...
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October 18, 2008

Peter Cushing gets every inch of drama from the leading role, making almost believable the ambitious urge and diabolical accomplishment.
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October 11, 2010

A sterling exemplar of the best of everything that made Hammer so special.
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February 17, 2016

The immense possibilities of the Frankenstein story have here been sacrificed by an ill-made script, poor direction and performance and, above all, a preoccupation with disgusting - not horrific - charnelry.
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November 17, 2009

Further developments of Hammer Studios as a spook-house Ealing
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June 24, 2006

The whole thing in fact looks surprisingly tacky for a film which sparked a box-office bonanza.
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September 03, 2013

In its best scenes, it adds dynamism and British grit to a genre that had previously tried to get by on atmospherics and mood alone. It manages to be shocking without being especially frightening, and its virtues of performance and style remain striking.
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