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The Evil Of Frankenstein (Blu-ray + DVD) 
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Classic horror starring Peter Cushing. Penniless, Baron Frankenstein (Cushing), accompanied by his eager assistant Hans (Sandor Eles), arrives at his family castle near the town of Karlstaad, vowing to continue his experiments in the creation of life. Fortuitously finding the creature he was previously working on, he brings it back to a semblance of life but requires the services of a mesmerist, Zoltan (Peter Woodthorpe), to successfully animate it. The greedy and vengeful Zoltan secretly sends the monster into town to steal gold and 'punish' the burgomaster and the chief of police, which acts lead to a violent confrontation between the baron and the townspeople.
The Making of Evil of Frankenstein Narrated by Edward De Souza and featuring interviews with Wayne Kinsey, Caron Gardner, Hugh Harlow, Pauline Harlow, Peter Cushing, Don Mingaye.
The Evil of Frankenstein Stills Gallery.
The Evil of Frankenstein Theatrical Trailer.
A Moment with Caron Gardner
The third of Hammer's Frankenstein series starring Peter Cushing is generally considered to be the weakest. It has no link to any other film in the series and actually contradicts previous entries 'Curse of...' and 'Revenge of...' by inventing a new back story. Cushing is as good value as ever and it probably contains the best laboratory set of any Hammer Frankenstein. As usual with 60's Hammer, it looks georgous and is put together with the kind of skill other budget studios could only dream of. This film is proof that even a bad Hammer is still enjoyable 40 years on. --~Brett Campbell
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The making of The Evil of Frankenstein
-Narrated by Edward de Souza
-Interviews with Wayne Kinsey, Caron Gardner
-Hugh Harlow, Pauline Harlow, Peter Cushing(legend)
and Don Mingaye
The Evil of Frankenstein Gallery
The Evil of Frankenstein Theatrical Trailer
A moment with Caron Gardner
The Evil of Frankenstein has got a bad reputation in some quarters. I've been indifferent to it myself on previous viewings, but wanted to give it a fair reappraisal when my Blu-ray arrived. I prepared for it this time by watching Revenge of Frankenstein first and keeping an open mind. Revenge had scripted itself into a bit of a rut. It was a good ending, but once Frankenstein reaches success, there's no more room for a sequel. In that way, I can understand why it was felt a new direction was needed to continue the franchise.
This time I found it quite a fun film. It lies in the same gray area as Sam Raimi's Evil Dead 2 from more than two decades later in the way it's half reboot, half sequel. Francis's direction takes it away from the gothic comfort zone and more into horror thriller territory. Quite funny too in places, which was a surprise for earlier Hammer horror. Cushing's Frankenstein is played as a much more sympathetic character than the ruthless, single-minded scientist of the first two. Zoltan is the real villain here. I didn't really like this monster on previous viewings, but giving it a chance this time around it's actually a really nice design. Rather that it just looking like an inexpressive clay mask and Karloff wannabe, I got a Golem vibe coming from it. The creature created for revenge (Zoltan's in this case) that eventually turns on it's creator. I don't know whether this nod to Jewish mythology is by accident or design. Either way, I felt it rather effective.
I am pleased with the transfer.Read more ›
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