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''Frankenstein Created Woman'' (1967)

  • Celluloid Terror
  • 1 min

By Crusader1307

Perhaps one of Hammer Film Studios oddest entries into it’s ‘’Frankenstein’’ Franchise – 1967s ''Frankenstein Created Woman'' departed from the typical Mad Doctor sewing together and reanimating a Monster. In fact, THIS Frankenstein is working on a means of ‘’Soul Transference’’. Believing it's possible to trap and transfer the Soul of a recently departed Person into another Body (dead of course), Frankenstein manages to move the Soul of a female crime victim into the body of a beautiful and commanding other girl (who likewise met Her end). What transpires is the first murdered Soul enacting gruesome revenge against her former attackers – and all those who either covered up the crime or were compliant to it. As stated, a bit unexpected and odd for a traditional Hammer Frankenstein Film, The Studio was attempting to move into a different direction (which somewhat failed). More of a ‘’thinking Horror Film’’, it’s not bad – but not what a true Frankenstein Monster Fan is looking for.