Fun amateur movie from Don Glut has Dracula (Victor Fabian) bringing the Frankenstein monster (Glut) back to life and using hypnosis to keep it under control. Soon the monster kills a man but someone comes to destroy the monsters. At just 4-minutes one really shouldn't expect too much in terms of what happens but overall I found this to be a pleasant little film. The biggest key is that it's obvious Glut loved these monsters and wanted to show how much he did by making a movie and I think this love really shows on the screen. From the documentary about Glut I learned that this film was shot in his basement and this actually turned out to be a great location because it really did look rather rundown and eerie like you'd expect a castle to. The Frankenstein monster was Glut with a mask on but it's childish nature actually adds some charm to the film. The Dracula character doesn't look that bad either but I would have recommended a shirt change. Fans of the Universal monster movies will certainly want to check this out as there have certainly been much worse made.
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