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Terror of Frankenstein (1977)

Victor Frankenstein (original title)
Victor Frankenstein's search for the secret of life leads to the creation of a monster that consumes his life and family.

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Elizabeth (as Stacey Dorning)
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Olof Bergström ...
Victor's Father
Mathias Henrikson ...
Captain Walton (as Mathias Henriksson)
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Per-Axel Arosenius ...
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Victor Frankenstein's search for the secret of life leads to the creation of a monster that consumes his life and family.

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True terror can be created...

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Not bad if you can see it cheap
18 October 2006 | by (Nowhere Interesting) – See all my reviews

One of the more faithful adaptations (though that doesn't say much) of Mary Shelley's novel, this film is worth a look if you can see it without spending much money...particularly if you're a fan of the book, as I am. It does, unfortunately, leave out some key points of the novel, but not as many as most adaptations.

Cinematically, the film is rather drab. Too many sustained static shots and a rather sparse score bog the film down a bit, and the acting is too uneven. Some performances are great, while others are mediocre, and a few are simply bad.

Overall, the film feels a bit uneven and minimalistic, but it doesn't stray into some of the ridiculous areas that many Frankenstein films do. If only the direction were a bit more lively and the running time a bit longer (in order to include more of the important notes from the novel), it could have been a great film.

One considerable step down from Kenneth Branaugh's 1994 adaptation.


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