Samuel M. Sherman had promised distributors a film called Blood of Frankenstein but could not deliver on time. This would eventually become Dracula vs. Frankenstein (1971). To satisfy the distributors he found La marca del Hombre-lobo (1968) and retitled it Frankenstein's Bloody Terror. See more »
Rudolph looks into the mirror and sees no reflection from the vampire Wandessa. As she pulls him toward her to embrace him you can see both her hands in the mirror. See more »
Most English-language prints open with hype-up credits and voiceover boasting "Filmed in 70-millimeter and 3-D" (even in the fuzzy 8mm prints for TV) and cartoon-drawing intro claiming this to be Frankenstein movie. See more »
The first of many werewolf films starring Paul Naschy as the doomed lycanthrope, Waldemar Daninsky.
Bitten by a werewolf, Naschy seeks help from a weird couple of specialists who are not exactly what they appear to be. It's a fun and very atmospheric movie to watch, despite its dubbing and low budget. With a tendency to confuse, it's not for every taste...but it's the perfect place to start for those interested in Spanish horror.
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