Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell

2003

Horror /

3
IMDb Rating 6.4

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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by MARIO GAUCI ([email protected]) 7/10

Hammer&#x27;s last Frankenstein outing is one of their best; despite thegreat sadness that went in its production (inherent in the film&#x27;soverall effect but thankfully not swamped by it), the film emerges as apretty solid and well-crafted chiller with a remarkable Gothic flavor(all the more impressive for being made on such shoddy finances - thefilm allegedly carried one of the companies&#x27; lowest-ever budgets!).<br><br>Script and direction keep the action of the plot moving, despite thenecessarily cramped settings. Peter Cushing and Terence Fisher&#x27;s ownpersonal state of minds create a poignant, almost elegiac ode to Gothichorror: this was to prove their final collaboration (indeed, it wasFisher&#x27;s very last film). The camera-work, James Bernard&#x27;s score andthe production design all contribute to make this a true harking-backto the heyday of Hammer horror (in view of the fact that a lot ofchanges were effected during the early 70s with varying degrees ofsuccess); still, along with BLOOD FROM THE MUMMY&#x27;S TOMB (1971), DR.JEKYLL AND SISTER HYDE (1971), DEMONS OF THE MIND (1972) and CAPTAINKRONOS - VAMPIRE HUNTER (1974), this is one of the last great Hammerfilms.<br><br>The Baron had evolved a great deal during his sixteen-year period atHammer (producing seven films in all, only one of which did not featurePeter Cushing and only two were not helmed by Terence Fisher), reachingits zenith perhaps in FRANKENSTEIN MUST BE DESTROYED (1969) wherevirtually no trace of humanity could be detected in the character! Thisfinal venture finds him more relaxed (or, perhaps, I should sayresigned) but certainly no saner or less involved with his obsessivequest to achieve immortality!! The rest of the cast is equallyadmirable: Shane Briant, one of Hammer&#x27;s bright young hopefuls,building upon his achievements in both DEMONS OF THE MIND and CAPTAINKRONOS - VAMPIRE HUNTER; Madeleine Smith graces the screen with herpresence, managing to give her character (an abused mute inmate) aninner strength and compassion that would normally be difficult tocommunicate without words; Dave Prowse&#x27;s monster is a memorablydesigned hulk (somewhat overdone in the style of Fredric March&#x27;s Hydepersona in the 1931 version of DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE) but whounreservedly elicits the audience&#x27;s sympathy because, saddled withnumerous body parts that do not belong to him, he is forced to go onliving when his sole desire (possessing an ugly interior as well asexterior) was to end it all!; a few supporting characters are allowedto shine as well, notably Patrick Troughton, John Stratton and BernardLee.<br><br>The DVD transfer is stunning, especially in widescreen. However,Paramount really dropped the ball by opting to release the edited U.S.version: I have to agree with those who condemned them for it, becausethe missing footage (the artery clamping scene chief among them - as itstands now, the dialogue follows on too hurriedly, making the cutextremely obvious; the scene was not particularly graphic, but itcertainly amplified the Baron&#x27;s character and his dedication to hiswork) is certainly important and, if anything, helps keep the film&#x27;space balanced as the &#x27;stitching&#x27; together of scenes {sic} is awkwardlyhandled on more than one occasion (see also Bernard Lee&#x27;s funeral,where Cushing suddenly appears beside the coffin when it is dropped tothe ground); similarly, the climax is marred by the loss of footagewhere the inmates tear the monster apart (on the DVD it would seem thatthe monster was entirely made up of bits and pieces of flesh, so easilyis he dismembered, when we know full well this isn&#x27;t so!);interestingly, however, though all these bits of added gore are to befound on my murky full-screen VHS, one shot from the DVD is not in factpresent - the slashed throat of the John Stratton character! <br><br>The Audio Commentary is an immensely enjoyable and lively talk: thoughthe subject matter wanders alarmingly, the relationship between thethree participants is so genuine that one cannot help but be drawn intotheir reminiscences, opinions and idle chatter; indeed, I&#x27;d go so faras to say that it&#x27;s perhaps the best Commentary on a Hammer DVD I&#x27;veheard!

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Reviewed by ricardosablan 7/10

I thoroughly enjoyed this final entry in the Hammer StudiosFrankenstein series. The acting and film quality were good, especiallyPeter Cushing. His presence on screen makes all the difference when itcomes to interest and appeal. The stylish Victorian Era costumes add tothe imagination. Though the &quot;monster&quot; was not as appealing, it can beoverlooked by the direction of Terence Fisher and the commanding leadof Peter Cushing. I have always enjoyed all of the Frankenstein filmsfrom Hammer, and this entry is no exception. The ending left me wantingmore! I recommend it to all horror enthusiasts who love this style ofhorror and Peter Cushing!

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Reviewed by Claudio Carvalho 6/10

A body snatcher (Patrick Troughton) is caught by a police sergeant(Norman Mitchell) and he snitches the name and address of his client,Dr. Simon Helder (Shane Briant). The doctor is arrested and accused ofsorcery, and sent to a psychiatric institution. There he meets Dr. CarlVictor, a.k.a. Baron Victor Frankenstein (Peter Cushing), who ispresumed dead but actually he is alive and secretly continuing hisexperiments reanimating the dead. Dr. Helder worships Frankenstein andhas studied his works and he becomes his assistant together with thedumb Sarah (Madeline Smith). One day, Dr. Helder discovers Dr.Frankenstein&#x27;s secret laboratory and accidentally releases a Monster(David Prowse) in the institution, bringing panic to the inmates andstaff.<br><br>&#x22;Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell&#x22; is the last Frankenstein movieby Hammer once again with Terence Fisher and Peter Cushing. This movieis also the last movie made by Terence Fisher and more graphic than theusual in a Hammer&#x27;s film. The atmosphere is dark, with a nastycollection of eye balls and Peter Cushing is thinner and drearier. Myvote is six.<br><br>Title (Brazil): Not Available

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