Frankenstein's Daughter


Horror / Romance / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 24%
IMDb Rating 4.3 10 1049

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Sandra Knight as Trudy Morton
781.56 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 25 min
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Reviewed by MartinHafer 2 / 10

Not quite the worst horror movie ever,...but it came pretty close!

The film starts with a silly looking "monster" running around a suburban neighborhood scaring the locals. The special effects artists involved spared no expense--giving an actress a set of hillbilly teeth and a giant uni-brow (like Bert from Sesame Street). At first, I thought this was Frankenstein's daughter, but instead she was just a diversion--a DIFFERENT experiment by the doctor. No, apart from creating a formula to make people look like they could use a bit of dental work and electrolysis, he also was secretly working on making a monster--just like his father. You see, this sexually frustrated man is trying once again to prove the Frankenstein name and come up with his own freakish experiment. The problem is, the lady he creates looks more like a melted candle than Boris Karloff and she just didn't get around to doing all that much. And in the end, it pretty much wraps up as you'd expect--with no twists or turns to provide any interesting diversions or subplot. In fact, there's very little to like about this movie unless you enjoy seeing bad films and laughing at them (which I occasionally like to do). In this case, then this film is for you! Horrible acting, a horrid script and some of the worst makeup I have ever seen on a monster combine to make a truly horrible horror film.

Reviewed by bkoganbing 1 / 10

Frankenstein you've got a lovely daughter

When Universal gave Dracula a daughter, Gloria Holden was quite genuinely creepy in Dracula's Daughter. But the franchise of Frankenstein got away from Universal and when Frankenstein got a daughter she was just the subject of a horribly bad movie, not a good horror picture.

Sandra Knight's uncle Felix Locher is a scientist doing some home experiments with a new lab assistant Donald Murphy aiding him. But Murphy is a descendant of those Frankensteins back in Europe and you know what they were experimenting with. He works for Locher so he can use the lab facilities for some experiments of his own. He's got a human body stitched together, but if he only had a brain.

We learn here that the Frankensteins were nothing if not male chauvinists. Murphy thinks why not try a female brain and the brain he gets is a friend Locher's niece Sandra Knight, Playboy centerfold Sally Todd.

This one ranks right down there among the worst films ever made. The monster's just as gruesome even if one of Hugh Hefner's monthly delights is the brain. But she does kill on command and the end confrontation between Murphy and his creation and Knight and boyfriend John Ashley will have you rolling up the aisles.

It occurred to me that since he only got the idea for a female brain and the original monster was a male, Frankenstein may have created the first deliberately made transgender individual. If the monster had lived the sexual reassignment surgery would have truly been historic.

Transgender rights however were certainly not advanced with Frankenstein's Daughter. Nor was film entertainment in general.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 5 / 10

Hammy horror

FRANKENSTEIN'S DAUGHTER is a hammy horror B-movie that fits right in at the tail-end of the 1950s. The story is cheesy and amusing and impossible to take seriously for a moment, but there's something irresistable about watching a misshapen beast roaming the town and busting up unsuspecting townsfolk. The film sees a descendant of the original Frankenstein now holed up in small town America, where his nefarious experiments transform a young woman into a snarling, scowling, and very ugly creature (played by a man, oddly enough). John Ashley, later of THE MAD DOCTOR OF BLOOD ISLAND infamy (as well as a producer of THE A-TEAM), plays the clean-cut hero.

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