29 June 2009 10:10 AM, PDT | Fangoria | See recent Fangoria news »

After successfully reviving a dog, Baron Victor Frankenstein, with help from his long time tutor and co worker Paul, decide to create the perfect human being.  To do so, Frankenstein will need to obtain a body, a brilliant brain, the steadiest hands known to man and a few other miscellaneous body parts.  While the body and hands prove to be relatively easy to obtain, Frankenstein will go to much more extreme lengths to possess any remaining missing pieces.  Paul wisely decides he doesn’t like the direction their “experiment” is going, and opts out of the creation in progress.  Frankenstein however, becomes quite obsessed with his work, and quickly transforms from logical scientist to psychopathic murderer. 

It seems as though nothing will stop the Baron from finding success in reviving the creature, who is far from the perfect specimen Frankenstein planned for.  When the monster is eventually reanimated, he goes on a killing spree, »

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