The Evil of Frankenstein (1963)

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The Evil of Frankenstein

The 3rd instalment of the Frankenstein franchise sees the monster take on the more traditional look that audiences had become familiar with from the Universal Pictures classics. This was in part due to the collaboration Universal as part of a distribution deal, which allowed Hammer free reign to duplicate make-up and set elements. Before Hammer had been restricted to do so, but by keeping close to the look and feel of Hammers’ gothic film predecessors, do they in turn lose some of their identity?

Check out the audio link below to hear HHP’s thoughts and views on the film.

LINKS:

Hammer Profile: Peter Cushing

~ by surgeons of horror on November 14, 2014.

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